District 22 Candidates, William Michelson, Hans Herberg and David Sypher Thank Primary Voters for Their Support, Vow to Achieve Victory in November

District 22 Candidates, William Michelson, Hans Herberg and David Sypher Thank Primary Voters for Their Support, Vow to Achieve Victory in November

 

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Plainfield, NJ- Candidates for the State Legislature in the 22nd District, William Michelson, Hans Herberg and David Sypher released the following statements thanking their primary voters and promising to deliver results when they matter most – the November election.

 

“I am truly thankful for the widespread support I received in this year’s primary election and look forward to building on this tremendous momentum to deliver victory this November and send Nicholas Scutari into an early retirement,” stated William Michelson, candidate for State Senate and Plainfield GOP municipal chair. “I got into this race because I saw a lack of economic opportunity across the district, and I could not sit on the sidelines any more. For too long, Senator Scutari has been beholden to special interests and sat on the sidelines while his constituents struggle to pay their bills and businesses are forced to shutter.”

 

“I am grateful for the support I received in Tuesday’s primary election and look forward to meeting constituents across the district to discuss their needs and concerns. It is high-time for the 22nd Legislative District to have representatives who value improving their constituents quality of life, lowering taxes so New Jersey becomes more affordable and improving the economic outlook of our district,” stated Hans Herberg, candidate for State Assembly. “For far too long Linda Carter and James Kennedy have put politics over people, while neglecting the district.”

 

“I would like to echo Bill and Hans in thanking the voters of the 22nd district for selecting me to be their nominee for State Assembly. I did not get into this race out of a desire for political power, but because I firmly believe we need a representatives in Trenton who always put their community first,” stated David Sypher, candidate for State Assembly. “James Kennedy and Linda Carter have taken the votes of large segments of the community for granted and I look forward to meeting with these future constituents throughout the course of this campaign, and proposing dynamic solutions to address their needs and concerns.”

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