Assemblyman Jay Webber has announced nearly 100 new municipal leaders as part of his ground game to capture the Republican nomination for Congress in New Jersey’s 11th district.
Webber had previously published a list of almost 200 municipal leaders and more than 130 endorsements from Republican elected officials and party leaders.
“The strength of our campaign is our people, and I’m thrilled to add so many new supporters to our ranks as voters prepare to head to the polls next week,” Webber said. “Making sure each voter in NJ-11 knows that this race will be a stark contrast between our common-sense conservatism and the Menendez-Murphy-Sherrill radically liberal tax-and-spend agenda will take hundreds of volunteers to get our message out. I’m humbled to see so many people rallying to our cause.”
Webber faces four other Republicans in the race to succeed Rodney Frelinghuysen, a Republican who has held the congressional seat for 24 years.New Webber for Congress Municipal leaders