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Linwood mayor backs Fitzherbert for Congress

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By David Wildstein, August 06 2019 1:51 pm

Linwood Mayor Richard DePamphilis has endorsed Brian Fitzherbert for the Republican nomination for Congress in New Jersey’s 2nd district.

Fitzherbert wants to challenge freshman Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D-Dennis) next year.

“We need a real leader who is willing to fight for lower taxes, immigration reform and who has the courage of conviction to stand up for the people of New Jersey’s 2nd congressional district,” DePamphilis said. “We have seen Brian’s leadership ability first-hand as he has worked to help build the Republican Party in Atlantic County and across South Jersey.”

David Richter, a former CEO of Hill International, one of the nation’s largest construction companies, is currently exploring a bid for Congress.

So if Robert Patterson, a former Trump administration official who once argued that condoms deprive woman of the “remarkable” chemicals found in semen that help elevate mood and self-esteem and argued that “semen-exposed” women have better concentration and cognitive skills.

DePamphilis called Fitzherbert “a principled conservative.”

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