D’Agostino Enters Commissioner Race, Immediately Becoming Main Challenger

Republican State Committeeman Nick D’Agostino, a widely recognized conservative leader and firebrand, has filed his petition to run for Sussex County Commissioner in the June 6th Primary Election, becoming the main competition of Herb Yardley, the incumbent. D’Agostino is the President of the Sussex-Wantage Regional Board of Education, which has been heralded as one of the most conservative school boards in the state, pushing back against mask and vaccine mandates, the state’s transgender policy, and the radical LGBTQIA+ curriculum that is being force fed by Governor Phil Murphy. “There is no Board of Education in the nation who cares more about parental rights than we do,” stated D’Agostino.

In addition to his conservative record, D’Agostino, 33, is the Chair of the Sussex County Republicans, and has a knack for inspiring other young people to join the cause. Though D’Agostino has been on the Board of Education for 7 years, never missing a public meeting, he has served as President for 5. In just a few years, he managed to flip his Board from a 5-4 liberal majority, to a 9-0 conservative majority, with 8 of the 9 members under the age of 40 and 3 of them under the age of 30. “In a society where colleges, universities, and public schools are indoctrinating our young people, it is crucial for us to be able to reach that demographic and show them that loving God, your country, and your family still matters.”

Between D’Agostino’s proven record as an elected official, his youth, and his inspiring story of living life in a power wheelchair, he is a well-balanced candidate who could easily win the Republican nomination and sail to victory in November. “It’s time to send a clear message to the Democrats of Sussex County. We do not support your woke nonsense and you will never win here,” D’Agostino exclaimed.

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