Former gubernatorial candidate Steve Rogers has endorsed Mike Crispi for the Republican nomination for Congress in New Jersey’s 4th district.
Crispi, a 28-year-old conservative podcaster, is challenging Rep. Christopher Smith (R-Hamilton) in the Republican primary.
“There is a Biblical proverb that tells us: ‘Without vision, the people perish,’” said Rogers. “Mike Crispi has a vision that will ignite a red wave from CD4 all across America. Now Is Our Time.”
Rogers, a former Nutley Town Commissioner, was an early supporter of Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and served on the advisory board for the 2020 re-election bid. A former police officer and U.S. Navy lieutenant commander sought the GOP nomination for governor in 2017 and finished fifth with 5.8% of the vote.
“Lt. Rogers is New Jersey’s most prominent grassroots leader among America First Republicans and a respected leader nationwide working to Make America Great Again,” said Crispi. “I’m grateful for his support and will work day and night to take back this seat for America First conservatives.”