Young Hackettstown Resident Announces Candidacy For General Assembly
Isaac Hadzovic Declares Candidacy for General Assembly to Represent 23rd Legislative District of NJ
HACKETTSTOWN, NJ – Isaac Hadzovic officially announced today his campaign for General Assembly in the 23rd Legislative District of NJ. Citing recent reports that a record number of residents and businesses are leaving NJ, Hadzovic says shrinking opportunities for residents inspired him to run for General Assembly in the 23rd district.
“My family came to New Jersey in 1987, and it allowed them to achieve the American Dream. I want to make sure that every resident of New Jersey has those same opportunities,” says Hadzovic.
“We must focus on economic development and jobs. My fiscally conservative ideals value fostering business and not shutting them out. We must create an environment that will bring in new businesses and allow existing businesses to thrive, which will provide jobs and opportunities for the residents of our state.”
“We must advocate for opioid addiction treatment and work to lower substance abuse in our neighborhoods. The heroin epidemic is plaguing our district. I know prevention, treatment, and diversion programs will work to solve this destructive problem.”
“These are three key issues I want to address. And I know that when we all get involved in fighting for our communities, we will succeed.”
Isaac Hadzovic is 26 years old, and is a former volunteer firefighter and Kent State graduate. For more information on Isaac Hadzovic and his campaign, visit www.isaachadzovic.com. Follow his campaign on Facebook and Twitter.