Today, the Webber for Congress campaign announced the endorsement of United States Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR).
Senator Cotton enthusiastically endorsed Assemblyman Jay Webber, saying “I’ve known Jay Webber for more than 20 years, and can assure the voters of the 11th Congressional District that they can’t send a better representative to Congress. Jay says what he means and does what he says. Supported constantly by his wife Johanna, Jay will take the values he’s gained through his lifelong roots in North Jersey and go to Washington to do one thing: serve the people. Throughout my Congressional service, I’ve been fighting for balanced budgets, lower taxes, secure borders, and a stronger military, and I know when you elect Jay Webber to join me, our efforts in achieving those objectives and keeping America the greatest nation in the history of the world will continue to be successful.”
Senator Cotton holds degrees from Harvard College and Harvard Law School. He served in the 101st Airborne Division in both Iraq and Afghanistan, and was awarded the Bronze Star.
Assemblyman Webber welcomed the endorsement saying: “I’ve been humbled by the overwhelming support our campaign has received from around the 11th Congressional District over the recent weeks and months, and adding Senator Cotton to our ranks is truly an honor. Senator Cotton served his country admirably in the United States Army, and now, as the youngest member of the United States Senate, quickly has become one of the most important leaders in Congress. In Washington, I’ll join with Senator Cotton in opposing wasteful spending, strengthening our national defense, and protecting the Constitutionally guaranteed rights of all of our citizens.”
Jay Webber’s campaign for Congress is growing by the day. The campaign recently announced the endorsement of New Jersey Right To Life PAC on the heels of the announcement of a new batch of 23 endorsements. Those endorsements are on top of the 114 prior announcements of support from local elected officials and Republican Party leaders. Jay looks forward to representing the Republican Party in November’s election and making sure the 11th Congressional District is represented by a common sense conservative focused on lowering taxes, protecting our citizens, and preserving our liberties.