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Former Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli. Photo by Kevin Sanders for the New Jersey Globe

Ciattarelli backed by Bridgewater mayor, council

By David Wildstein, January 25 2021 2:41 pm

Bridgewater Mayor Matt Moench and five members of the township council endorsed Jack Ciattarelli for governor on Monday.

“I supported Jack for Governor back in 2017 and I am happy to endorse him once again. Jack has served at the local, county and state levels of government and knows how to fix New Jersey,” Moench said.  “Bridgewater needs a leader like Jack who knows our community, understands the importance of opening our small businesses, lowering our taxes while creating new jobs, and keeping residents in New Jersey.”

Joining Moench in the endorsement: Council President Filipe Pedroso, Council Vice-President Allen Kurdyla, and Councilmen Michael Kirsh, Howard Norgalis and Timothy Ring.

Kirsh is also the Republican municipal chairman.

“Jack understands the value of hard work and individual responsibility, the importance of limited government and lower taxes, along with the significance of turning New Jersey’s economy around in the midst of this pandemic,” Kirsh said.

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