Singh Campaign Delivers Letter to the Electorate

Singh Campaign Delivers Letter to the Electorate

Princeton – Engineer, businessman, problem-solver and gubernatorial candidate Hirsh Singh has distributed a Letter to the Electorate setting forth his platform and his priorities for New Jersey.The letter was delivered to nearly 150,000 primary voters and is in addition to a $300,000 media buy that has featured television and radio spots.

Singh’s letter stands in stark contrast to the slick, divisive and vapid mailers typically distributed by politicians ad nauseam.

Singh’s letter can be viewed here:

Excerpts follow:


My name is Hirsh Singh, and I’m running for Governor of our great state in order to make it fair, livable and affordable. I’m fully committed to our state’s motto — Liberty and Prosperity.

To fix our broken government, it’s time for a problem solver, not a politician. Big government has taken power away from our towns and cities, taken wealth away from citizens, burdened us with regulations and violated our trust.

As Governor of the Great State of New Jersey, I will protect the lives of the unborn and will not fund Planned Parenthood. I am the only pro-life candidate running for Governor.  I will also strongly defend your Second Amendment rights and will fight to make New Jersey a right-to-work state.

By reallocating school funding and ensuring that the money follows the child regardless of zip code, 95% of our schools will see an increase in state aid.

I pledge to defend the Constitution and individual rights, reduce property taxes, make government fair and transparent, fix our aging infrastructure and create new job opportunities by supporting business development.

Hirsh Singh
Republican for Governor


Hirsh Singh is a native of Linwood, New Jersey.  He graduated from Egg Harbor Township High School where he was voted Mr. Egg Harbor Township and the New Jersey Institute of Technology where he earned a degree in engineering.  He is a results-driven industry leader and problem solver.  Hirsh wants to cut taxes, reform school funding, and reduce regulations.  Learn more about Hirsh and his platform at

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