STATE — The West Jersey Tea Party has endorsed several conservative candidates running for public office throughout the state. David Larsen, candidate for Congress in District 7, has been endorsed the West Jersey Tea Party. Anna Little, is the candidate for Congress in District 6, has also won the endorsement of the West Jersey Tea Party. Bader Qarmout, candidate for U.S. Senate, was endorsed as well.
“Each of these candidates represent the values that conservatives hold as most important…small government, free market capitalism and fiscal responsibility,” said Keith Peacock. “We believe that by sending these people to Congress we can help restore the nation to the right course and reclaim the beacon of freedom of the world.”
Both Qarmout and Larsen are the children of immigrants. Larsen’s parents came from Norway and Qarmout’s parents came from Jordan. Today they are successful businessmen enjoying the rewards of their efforts of hard work and adherence to principles.
Anna Little is a native of Monmouth County and is a practicing immigration attorney. She has earned the respect of conservatives from around the state with her dedication to public service having been a county freeholder and a mayor
“Every American in the country should celebrate the personal achievements of these three charismatic and successful individuals,” said Bill Haney, founder of the West Jersey Tea Party. “We intend to work with the individual campaigns to ensure that Washington is treated to the pleasure of having three solid conservatives as new members in November.”
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