Steve Rogers, Township Commissioner of Nutley New Jersey? is a candidate for Governor in the Republican Primary to be held next June 6, six months from now.???????????
Why don’t NJ taxpayers have legal or moral obligation to pay debts of insolvent authorities that were never approved by voters?
Click here for answer at www.repudiateNJ.com.
If you want to drain the political swamp of New Jersey, now is the time to do it.
?Next year, the Governor, all 40 State Senators, and all 80 State Assembly Members are up for election.?? As we learned from Donald Trump, we can’t change anything by voting in the November election unless we first choose good candidates in the June primary elections.??? Next year’s Primary Elections are Tuesday, June 6–just six months away.
?Phil Murphy, a Goldman Sachs executive announced that he is a candidate for the Democratic Party nomination for Governor.?? He is also endorsed by the leadership of the NJEA Teacher’s Union.
?Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli, Ocean County business owner Joseph Rudy Rullo, and Nutley Commissioner Steve Rogers announced as candidates for the Republican nomination for Governor.?? Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno is expected to also be a candidate for the Republican candidate for Governor, but she has not yet announced.
All candidates who support our basic principles of liberty are welcome to speak at our weekly breakfasts.?????
?If you want to preserve and protect American liberty, we urge you to be a candidate for State Senate, State Assembly, or county or local office in the elections next June.??? Winning elections requires certain skills, discipline, time, and money.??? However, it is easier to learn those skills than you think.?? However, to run an effective campaign, you must get started by January.
?We meet 9:30 every Saturday morning at the Shore Diner, 6710 Tilton Avenue at the corner of Fire Road by Garden State Parkway Exit 36, Northfield/Egg Harbor Township.
?There is no admission fee other than to buy your own breakfast off the menu and tip your server.??? College and high school students get their first breakfast free.
?One Exception:?? The Second Saturday of each month is a business meeting open to voting and non-voting members and guests only.??? Our next business meeting is Saturday, December 10.
?Anyone who supports most of our principles is welcome to apply for voting or non-voting membership.?? Voting members pay $60 dues, must attend at least three business meetings per year,? and work on at least one approved volunteer project each year.?? Non-voting members pay $30 and have no other obligations.
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