Singh Wins Camden County Republican Support

Singh Wins Camden County Republican Support
The only candidate to win more than one line
Linwood, NJ — South Jersey engineer and successful businessman Hirsh Singh has won the Camden County Republican Committee endorsement and has now earned three County lines in his campaign for Congress in the Second Congressional District.

“I’m grateful to the Camden County Republican Committee for their support and I pledge to work closely with the organization, the county candidates, and our municipal candidate in Waterford Township to ensure we win victories up and down the ballot on November 6,” Singh said.

Singh said that he has been grateful to participate in a competitive primary process with so many qualified, hard-working candidates seeking the Republican nomination.

“The Republican candidates for Congress are an impressive field, each bringing a unique perspective to the race,” Singh said.  “But, my campaign alone will have the resources and agility necessary to take the fight to whoever the Democrat nominee is and ultimately defeat him in November.”

Following Singh’s victory, Camden County Republican Committee Chairman Richard Ambrosino said that he was pleased to endorse Singh and confident that Singh’s campaign would be the strongest in November.

“Hirsh has demonstrated the kind of tenacity and persistence a candidate needs to win in South Jersey,” Ambrosino said.  “The fight for NJ-02 is going to be one of the toughest fights in the country and our Party needs someone with his resolve to join the Republican team and fight through to victory.”

With the support of the Camden County Republican Committee, Singh has now won three county lines and is the only candidate to win more than one line having previously won the support of the Ocean County GOP and the Burlington County GOP.

The Atlantic County GOP will host a convention tomorrow awarding the final line of organizational support.

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