Webber Campaign Announces Nearly 100 Additional Municipal Leaders
For Immediate Release
May 30th, 2018
In the final sprint to the finish in the 11th Congressional District Republican Primary, the Webber for Congress campaign today announced the addition of almost 100 new Municipal Leaders for Jay’s campaign, adding to the momentum building behind the Webber campaign in the final days before June 5th, and further strengthening the most robust ground game in the 11th Congressional District race.
These passionate community leaders will help to spread Jay's message of more jobs, stronger immigration laws, and fiscal responsibility throughout the summer and fall.
Jay Webber said, "The strength of our campaign is our people, and I'm thrilled to add so many new supporters to our ranks as voters prepare to head to the polls next week. Making sure each voter in NJ-11 knows that this race will be a stark contrast between our common sense conservatism and the Menendez-Murphy-Sherrill radically liberal tax-and-spend agenda will take hundreds of volunteers to get our message out. I'm humbled to see so many people rallying to our cause."
Webber continued, "As we move into the summer and fall, I will continue to knock on doors making the case for our vision for the future of America to voters directly, and having such a large group of grassroots supporters doing the same energizes me for the months to come. My promise to them is that I will leave no stone unturned as we work towards victory in November.”
Jay Webber’s campaign for Congress is growing by the day. Previously the campaign announced the support of nearly 200 Municipal Leaders in addition to earning the endorsement of more than 130 local elected officials and Republican Party leaders. The campaign has received the endorsement of United States Senator Tom Cotton and the New Jersey Right To Life PAC. 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.
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