The chairman of the New Jersey Trump-Pence campaign has endorsed Hirsh Singh for the Republican nomination for Congress in New Jersey’s 2nd district.
“Hirsh is a staunch supporter of President Trump’s Make America Great Again policies; policies which are beneficial to our nation and our state,” said Steve Rogers, a Nutley Town Commissioner who along with Singh unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for governor last year. “And, most importantly, policies that are working. Hirsh is what the GOP and our nation needs. He represents diversity, conservative values, and an inspiration that can defeat the Democrats in November. I am proud to endorse him.”
Singh has the organization line in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden and Ocean counties in tomorrow’s Republican primary to succeed retiring GOP Rep. Frank LoBiondo. He faces former Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi, retired FBI agent Bob Turkavage and former Atlantic County Freeholder Seth Grossman for the nomination.