Ciattarelli Earns Support from Key Bergen County GOP Leaders Momentum Growing for Ciattarelli Across the State 

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Ciattarelli Earns Support from Key Bergen County GOP Leaders
Momentum Growing for Ciattarelli Across the State
Bergen County, NJ – MBA/CPA, successful small businessman and gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli has received the endorsement of key Republican leaders in critical Bergen County.
“Over the past five years Jack Ciattarelli has been in Bergen County more times than I can count and has emphatically and consistently supported our local Republican candidates,” said BCRO District 40 and Wyckoff Municipal Chairwoman Drita McNamara. “Jack is a truth-teller and we always know where he stands. His plan to fix New Jersey will lead our party to victory in 2021. With Jack at the top of the ticket, Republicans will pick up seats in District 40 and throughout Bergen County.”
“New Jersey is broken. We need Jack to lead us as our next Governor. He has fantastic vision and energy to lead us to victory in November. Jack has my unconditional support,” added BCRO District 39 and Park Ridge Municipal Chairman Steven Hopper.
BCRO Deputy Chair and recently re-elected Paramus Councilman Chris DiPiazza said, “Jack has been very supportive of me, my family and my candidacy over the past several years. Jack even rolled up his sleeves and knocked on doors alongside me this past October, which says a lot about his commitment to helping elect Republicans. I’m proud to support him for Governor.”
Ciattarelli, who welcomed the endorsements and expressed his commitment to growing the Republican Party throughout New Jersey, said, “With today’s endorsements, I am more motivated than ever to earn the support of the entire Bergen County Republican Organization and defeat the Bergen County Democrat Machine in November. My message to Bergen County Republicans and Republicans across the State is simple: We can do this. Together, we can make sure Phil Murphy is ‘One and DONE in ’21’ and there are a lot more Republicans in office next year.”
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