Steve Dnistrian Kicks-Off Campaign for State Senate With Overflow Crowd and More Than $100,000 in Donations 

Steve Dnistrian Kicks-Off Campaign for State Senate With Overflow Crowd and More Than $100,000 in Donations 


State and County Republican Leaders from Across New Jersey

Join Monmouth County Republicans and Supporters for Rousing Campaign Launch

RED BANK, N.J., March 28th – With an energized crowd of more than 200 supporters, featuring state and county Republican leaders from across New Jersey, Monmouth County’s GOP gathered last night here to formally launch Steve Dnistrian’s campaign for State Senate in New Jersey’s 11th Legislative District (LD-11).

“We are all here tonight to ensure that Steve Dnistrian is elected as our next state senator for Monmouth County’s LD-11,” said Shaun Golden, chairman of the Monmouth County Republican Committee. “With each passing week, the momentum behind Steve’s candidacy is building and attracting the attention of people who are clamoring for real leadership in the state senate for LD-11. Just look at the people who’ve traveled here this evening – from Atlantic, Burlington, Cape May, Hunterdon and Sussex counties, along with our broad base of supporters from across Monmouth County and additional supporters from Steve’s extended family, friends and supporters from Hudson County. Your presence and support tell us that we are on the road to victory with Steve’s campaign.”

The campaign kick-off, held at the Molly Pitcher Inn in Red Bank, generated over $100,000 in donations with support pouring in from all around the state. In the crowd, among many others, were State Senate Minority Leader Steve Oroho; Atlantic County GOP Chairman Don Purdy; Burlington County GOP Chairman Sean Earlen; Cape May County GOP Chairman Michael Donohue; LD1 Assemblyman Antwan McClellan; Hunterdon County Commissioner John Lanza and Hunterdon County Commissioner Director Zachary Rich, along with members of the Monmouth County GOP’s Legislative Delegation.

 “The energy in this room confirms what the people in LD-11 have been telling me for months,” said Steve Dnistrian, “They want change!  They want New Jersey to be more affordable, they want law and order, they want their children’s school funding fully restored and they want to have a say in their children’s education. Tonight is only the beginning, and we are going to bring about change in November by flipping this senate seat in LD11.”

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