Van Drew Will Chair Trump’s 2024 Prez Campaign in NJ

United States Congressman Jeff Van Drew released the following video announcing his intention to run for re-election to the United States House of Representatives in 2024. Van Drew’s announcement comes on the heels of President Trump’s statement that Van Drew will be the New Jersey Chairman for his re-election campaign.

 

 

 

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10 responses to “Van Drew Will Chair Trump’s 2024 Prez Campaign in NJ”

  1. And I hope the guy who ran as a Democrat and switched parties after being elected will lose his NEXT election. I cannot believe people voted him in in the following election after what he did. They should have run him out of town. Disgraceful.

  2. I’m in I’ll be your southern Ocean county ground game & door knocker. Sleepy joe & the hoe got to go before it’s too late to save our republic.

  3. Congrats to JVD. Hoping to see Trump come back to NJ to campaign. He has been maligned by liberals and democrats for years now, and sadly, there are those who believe the lies even though disproven. They’re doing the full court press to keep him from running. But we need someone like Trump to put out the dumpster fire Biden has made of the US. He’s got my support and he’s got my vote. TRUMP 2024!!

  4. Trump is the ONLY ONE who can find and lead us back to the AMERICA WE LOVE! If we do not succeed, I will weep! I❤️my country!! Trump is astute and focused and has foresight to determine the right path
    I want to help! I am in Whiting

  5. I have supported president Trump since 2015 and support him even more today We need him back in office if we want to save this country. We need his strength and wisdom in order to get rid of the corruption

  6. Where is the Office for TRUMPS CAMPAIGN OFFICE,WE BEEN ASKING ABOUT IT FOR AWHILE! WE GOT TO GET THINGS GOING NOW,I WAS TOLD TO GET HIM INTO DEMOCRATIC DISTRICTS ASAP,BY BLACK MEN & THIER SONS!

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