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Morris County Mayor endorses Ghee

By David Wildstein

Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce Harris, who was once Gov. Chris Christie’s nominee for the New Jersey Supreme Court, has endorsed Antony Ghee for the Republican nomination for Congress in New Jersey’s 11th district.

The endorsement comes from a Morris County mayor in a race against Assemblyman Jay Webber (R-Morris Plains).

“Our party needs to nominate a dynamic candidate who stands for our Republican values of fiscal conservatism, respect for the rights of all individuals regardless of race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual preference, individual responsibility and a government that is responsive to its constituents,” said  Harris. “We need leaders who value thoughtful discourse and serve as role models. The choice is clear. The choice is simple. The choice is Republican Antony ‘Tony’ Ghee.”

Harris says that Ghee’s life “is an example what you can achieve through hard work, when you are committed to serving your country and community – values that every American can relate to. We must nominate a candidate who can gives us the best chance to win – not just in June but in November.”

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