Steinhardt Kicks Off LD23 Senate Campaign

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Today, Doug Steinhardt formally launched his campaign for Senate in New Jersey legislative district 23. He will run to succeed Senator Michael Doherty in a special election convention.
“Northwest New Jersey is a fortress for conservative, family values,” said Steinhardt. “In Warren, Hunterdon, and Somerset Counties, those values produce strong communities, a stronger economy, and great foundations for education, families and children. But liberal politicians in Washington and Trenton are eroding those values and injecting their woke policies into every corner of life. As Senator, I will fight for New Jersey families, stand up to the Trenton swamp, and make the 23rd legislative district a safe and affordable place to call home.”
Steinhardt is out of the gate with a strong conservative platform of priorities:
  • A Northwest New Jersey Check On Liberal Spending
  • Giving Parents a Voice
  • Supporting Police and Cracking Down on Crime
  • Pro Second Amendment
  • Protecting the Sanctity of Life
  • Putting America and New Jersey First

Doug Steinhardt was formerly Mayor of his hometown, Lopatcong, serving from 2000 to 2014. Thanks to his conservative leadership, he was elected Chairman of the Warren County Republican Committee in 2004. During Doug’s time as GOP County Chairman, Warren County steadily increased its Republican representation and Republican majorities now lead the County and every Warren County municipality. Doug was elected Chairman of the New Jersey Republican State Committee in November 2017. In the 2019 election, he led a statewide, grassroots campaign that yielded the largest legislative gains for the Republican Party in 28 years.

Steinhardt is endorsed by a growing list conservative leaders in the district, including but not limited to:
  • Senator Michael Dohery
  • Senate Republican Leader Steve Oroho
  • Assembly Republican Leader John DiMaio
  • Assemblyman Erik Peterson
  • Somerset County GOP Chairman Tim Howes
  • The Hunterdon County Board of Commissioners
  • The Warren County Board of Commissioners
  • Bridgewater Mayor Matt Moench
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