Passaic Republicans Select Endorsed 2020 Primary Candidates

The Passaic County Regular Republican Organization, Inc. (PCRRO) selected the candidates for national and countywide offices permitted to use its slogan in the 2020 Republican primary election last night.

Chairman Peter Murphy and Vice Chairwoman Joanie Walsh held a screening open to all County Committee members this past Saturday, February 22, 2020, at The Brownstone in Paterson where presentations were made from candidates for President of the United States, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, and Pa. After viewing candidate presentations and interacting during small group discussions with candidates from their respective districts, County Committee members were able to share their perspective with their municipal leaders ahead of the Wednesday, February 26, 2020 Executive Committee meeting at Francesco’s Restaurant in Woodland Park.

The following candidates were selected by the Executive Committee in compliance with the PCRRO’s Bylaws:

President of the United States: Donald J. Trump
United States Senate: Rikin Mehta
United States House of Representatives
● District 5: Frank T. Pallotta
● District 9: William Prempeh
● District 11: Rosemary Becchi
Passaic County Freeholder
● William E. Marsala, Esq. (Ringwood)
● Matthew P. Conlon (West Milford)

PCRRO Chairman Peter Murphy offered this statement: “I am proud to present this strong slate of candidates on behalf of the Republican Party in Passaic County and ask our Republican voters to support these fine individuals in June. These candidates bring a wide range of experiences, backgrounds, and professional qualifications to the table to help Republicans up and down the ballot. I speak for my entire organization when I say we are proud to stand behind President Trump and support taking back the House while making a run for another Senate seat. Together, behind our President, we can be part of a Red Wave in November!”

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