Gibbs Challenges Richter to Virtual Debates

Kate Gibbs

Gibbs Challenges Richter to Virtual Debates

Says pandemic shouldn’t prevent voters from
seeing the candidates in action

THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, NJ – This afternoon, Kate Gibbs challenged primary opponent David Richter to two virtual debates in the month of June so voters across the district can hear and see where the candidates stand on the issues.

“While I am sure that David would prefer to try and buy the election from the safety of his gated estate in Princeton — ironically via slick TV commercials that show him campaigning far outside the Third Congressional District in Cape May and Atlantic Counties — our local voters deserve better,” said Gibbs. “As someone running to become the first-ever woman to represent South Jersey in Congress, who lives in this district, pays taxes in this district, cut taxes in this district, and worked hard to elect Republicans in this district for over a decade, my candidacy represents a real contrast to Andy Kim, his ultra-liberal policies, and his Washington, D.C. insider resume.”

The campaign suggests two debates throughout the month of June, leading up to the July 7th Primary, and suggests the debates be moderated by Matt Rooney of Save Jersey and Stepahnie Faughnan of TapInto Barnegat and Waretown, the latter who has expressed an interest in doing so. The Gibbs campaign said exact rules and format can be worked out between the campaigns and the moderators, should they accept.

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