Bob Hugin Receives Morris County GOP Endorsements

Bob Hugin Receives Morris County GOP Endorsements



Union County, NJ – Building on a wave of support, Bob Hugin received endorsements from fifteen Morris County Republican elected officials and permission to use the Morris County Republican Committee slogan. This marks the 10th county to support Bob Hugin’s candidacy for U.S. Senate following Warren, Hudson, Burlington, Ocean, Hunterdon, Union, Salem, Gloucester, and Cape May counties.


“Bob Hugin is a man of honor and will bring much-needed integrity back to New Jersey’s representation in the United States Senate,” said James Gannon, Morris County Sheriff. “He has a proven track record of fighting for the great people of our state and will be a strong advocate for Jersey values in Washington.”


“It’s an honor to receive the endorsement from so many elected officials of the Morris County Republican Committee,” said Bob Hugin. “I look forward to working with the great people of Morris County, and across our whole state, to support Republican candidates.”


Hugin received endorsements from the following officials:


  • Senator Anthony Bucco, Sr.

  • Assemblyman Michael Patrick Carroll

  • Assemblyman Anthony Bucco

  • Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce

  • Patti Page, Morris County Republican Committee Chair

  • John Sette, Former Morris County Republican Committee Chair

  • Douglas Cabana, Morris County Freeholder Director

  • Christine Myers, Morris County Freeholder Deputy Director

  • John Cesaro, Morris County Freeholder

  • Heather Darling, Morris County Freeholder

  • Kathryn DeFillippo, Morris County Freeholder

  • Thomas Mastrangelo, Morris County Freeholder

  • Deborah Smith, Morris County Freeholder

  • James Gannon, Morris County Sheriff

  • Ann Grossi, Morris County Clerk


Bob Hugin, a Marine Corps Veteran and business leader who has created thousands of New Jersey jobs, is seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate to challenge incumbent Democrat Senator Bob Menendez.




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