Fulop for Governor Launches Next Phase of Campaign: Assembly and Down Ballot Candidate Recruitment; Will Spend $10M on Down Ballot Races With or Without Party Lines In Place

Fulop for Governor Launches Next Phase of Campaign: Assembly and Down Ballot Candidate Recruitment; Will Spend $10M on Down Ballot Races With or Without Party Lines In Place

 

JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steven Fulop is launching the next phase of his campaign, working to recruit candidates for State Assembly as well as county and local offices across New Jersey to run in the 2025 Primary Election. Fulop aims to disrupt the state’s party boss politics by supporting independent-minded candidates who believe in his #FixNJ agenda, and he’s committing $10 million in campaign spending to win down ballot races.

 

The Fulop campaign is launching a Candidate Recruitment page on its website where interested residents can sign up to discuss running for office. 

 

“Eliminating the county line system in New Jersey is just the first step in reform, and until there are real competitive primary elections we will continue to see the kind of entitlement mentality in Trenton and local offices that leads to harmful policy choices like trying to gut OPRA, move backwards on campaign finance, and stand by the county bosses,” said Mayor Fulop. “Never has it been more clear that New Jersey residents want to change our state’s toxic politics, and the best way to make that happen is to support qualified, diverse candidates with organization and money. We have already demonstrated that we can organize and raise money with the best of New Jersey, and we will use that capacity to implement the kind of change our state needs.”

 

The Fulop for Governor campaign has been endorsed by 16 current mayors and 23 former mayors from across New Jersey, as well as several other elected officials, labor unions and political leaders. For more information please visit stevenfulop.com.

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