Stahl Touts Cash Advantage Over Opponent

EAST BRUNSWICK – For the first time since Democrats took over New Jersey’s 18th Legislative District, GOP Senate Challenger David Stahl significantly outpaces his incumbent opponent in the amount of cash on hand he has entering the Primary Election.

Stahl’s Senate campaign reports $87,321.68 cash on hand, compared to $65,588.24 for Barnes’ re-election fund.

Stahl said the early support from contributors around the district shows the clear desire for a new kind of leadership in Trenton, driven to succeed in providing middle-class families with bi-partisan solutions to the problems our state faces.

“I am pleased with the outpouring of support I have received since my announcement,” said Stahl. “As the Mayor of East Brunswick, I worked with members of both parties to cut spending, freeze the government payroll and lower property taxes. Our supporters have made it clear that they are looking for that same across the aisle leadership in Trenton to provide property tax relief and good-paying jobs to middle-class residents across Middlesex County.”

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