Trenton’s Jennifer Williams Announces Her Candidacy for Republican State Committee
Jennifer Williams, a life-long Mercer County resident and New Jerseyan, has officially announced her candidacy for the Republican nomination for State Committeewoman for Mercer County. If Ms. Williams is elected, she will represent the interests of the Mercer County Republican Committee and Mercer’s registered Republicans on the New Jersey Republican State Committee.
Ms. Williams is the current Chair of the Trenton Republican Committee and recently ran in 2019 for the New Jersey General Assembly in Legislative District 15 and served as Chair of Mercer County Women for Bob Hugin during Mr. Hugin’s 2018 U.S. Senate run. She currently serves on the Board of Governors for New Jersey Federation of Republican Women, as an Ambassador for Women for a Stronger New Jersey, as an Advisor to the American Unity Fund, and is a long-time member and Chair of the Trenton Zoning Board of Adjustment.
Ms. Williams received nearly 10,000 votes in her 2019 Assembly campaign and is looking forward to using what she learned as a Republican candidate and Municipal Chair to help her Republican Party. She stated, “Having been a candidate for the Legislature myself and then helping other candidates, I met many Republican voters who want our party to do better here in Mercer County and state-wide. I want to be a voice for their concerns and that of our party leaders here in Mercer as we build and unify into a strong force for Republican ideals as we move into this new decade. Like Ronald Reagan did, I believe that our best days lie ahead.”
Ms. Williams plans to seek the endorsement of the Mercer County Republican Committee and the Republican line at its upcoming Convention ahead of this June’s election by Mercer County’s Republican voters.