Candidate Cullari Thanks Supporters

By Ernesto Cullari

It is with profound gratitude that I write you this greeting.

On behalf of the entire team at Cullari for Congress, I want to say Thank you for all that you have done to fight alongside of me in the cause for liberty and honesty in government. Congress is greater than any one individual and so many of you put your country and community first, as you worked tirelessly to have me represent you in the fight against the liberal extremist Frank Pallone.

Just 9 weeks ago I was dancing tango in my spare time and minding my own business when I was asked by my community to run for Congress. I was an unknown in politics and out of nowhere we won 30% of the vote. That is profound. I could not have achieved that without you.

We took the gloves off in this primary battle and we exposed corruption and negligence where we found it. We did it fearlessly, with the knowledge that truth is our justification. For what good is a political victory if in the process we were to lose sight of the principles of accountability and integrity. We need to hold those that would lead us to higher standards.

We must now focus all of our efforts to the mission before us, which is the unseating of Bob Menendez and Frank Pallone in November.

Senator Joe Kyrillos is a man who has held himself accountable to his community and he is a leader with integrity. He loves his country and he embodies the American dream that remains too elusive because of the big government policies of the Obama administration.

Let’s take the fight to the enemy now and see to it that Senator Joe Kyrillos defeat Menendez in November.

Ernesto Cullari is a small business owner who challenged Anna Little for the Republican nomination for New Jersey’s 6th Congressional District.


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