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Assemblyman Jay Webber (R-Morris Plains)

NJ pro-life group backs Webber

By David Wildstein, April 09 2018 2:03 pm

The New Jersey Right to Life PAC has endorsed Assemblyman Jay Webber for the Republican nomination for Congress in New Jersey’s 11th district.

“New Jersey Right to Life PAC is proud to stand with Assemblyman Jay Webber in his campaign for Congress. Jay has been a staunch defender of life for years and there is no stronger fighter for women and children  that voters in the 11th Congressional District could nominate in June and elect in November than Jay,” New Jersey Right To Life Executive Director Marie Tasy .  “We look forward to working with him over the next seven months and encourage our members and supporters to join Team Webber.”

Webber says his record on pro-life issues is the reason for the endorsement.

“I’ve been supporting mothers in crisis and their unborn children throughout my adult life, and will continue to do so in Congress.  Standing up for life and against groups like Planned Parenthood that demand taxpayer subsidies is as important now as it ever has been,” Webber. “At the same time, it’s essential that we oppose any and all attempts to devalue the life of our sick, disabled, or elderly and the efforts to legalize taxpayer-funded assisted suicide. Johanna and I raise our seven children to value each and every person as a precious gift from God, and I’m committed to promoting a culture of life in New Jersey and across this nation.”

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7 thoughts on “NJ pro-life group backs Webber

  1. You would have to be insane to support crazy Trenton career politician Webber an extremist loser with no financial support who will have no shot against the millions of dollars the Democrats are going to pour into this election.

    1. Peter, you’re not very good at the nickname thing.

      Has to be fewer than four words.

      Leave it to Trump, and go back to school.

  2. @NJ You’d have to be crazy to back elitist Peter DeNeufville who funded Chris Christie’s gas tax, in-state tuition for the children of illegal aliens, crony capitalism, and the re-appointment of a liberal activist judge.

  3. While de Neufville and Ghee served their country in uniform and built businesses, what did Webber accomplish? He was a loser lawyer and third rate part time politician in Trenton. Why would we want a loser representing us in Congress?

  4. @NJ Jay Webber isn’t a liberal elitist like Peter DeNeufville, he actually worked hard and through merit has built a successful business and is a successful attorney. Unlike DeNeufville, who funded Chris Christie’s radical leftist agenda, Webber has actually accomplished things for conservatives and has a conservative record. So, the real question is, why would we want a liberal elitist like DeNeufville representing us in Congress?

  5. I don’t know how Jay distances himself from Christie with photos and stories like the one below all over the internet. I don’t know where you’re getting this liberal nonsense the guy served in Afghanistan and Iraq and built a successful company. You’re the one talking about “elitism”. Jay worked as a part time lawyer and part time Trenton hack. I thought Republicans were pro-business not pro Trenton political lifelong loser. Cute photo: http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2009/06/nj_gov_candidate_chris_christi.html

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