Hamilton Township Republican Committeeman Endorses Fitzherbert

South Jersey’s Harry Hurley reports that Brian Fitzherbert has announced his candidacy in Congressional District 2. Last year, Fitzherbert vied for the GOP nomination in a crowded primary, but was knocked off the ballot after rival Hirsh Singh challenged his petition signature.

Hamilton Township Republican Committeeman Endorses Fitzherbert

Egg Harbor Township –Brian T. Fitzherbert, who is seeking the Republican nomination in New Jersey’s Second Congressional District, announced the endorsement of Hamilton Township Committeeman Harry Rogers.

Rogers stated his support saying, “A government big enough to give you everything you want, is a government big enough to take everything you have away. The policies and proposals of left-wing liberals in Washington D.C. are a danger to our country and it must be stopped. I admire Brian’s commitment to the Republican principles of smaller government, fiscal responsibility and opportunities for hardworking families who want a better life for themselves, their children, and their grandchildren. We need a Member of Congress we can trust and who will fight for South Jersey and the United States. That’s why I endorse Brian Fitzherbert for Congress in New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District.”

“I am proud to have the endorsement of Committeeman Rogers and I thank him for his engagement in the political process in South Jersey. Harry’s endorsement is another signal of the growing base of support for our campaign and a clear sign that our message of strong conservative ideals are what voters are looking for in the 2nd District,” Fitzherbert said.


New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District covers all of Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland and Salem Counties, as well as parts of Gloucester, Ocean, Burlington, and Camden Counties.


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