Lonegan Earns Additional Endorsements

METUCHEN – Republican U.S. Senate candidate Steve Lonegan was endorsed by Republican legislators State Senator Steve Oroho, Assemblywoman Alison Littell McHose, and Assemblyman Parker Space in the U.S. Senate race in New Jersey.

“We have not elected a Republican senator from New Jersey since 1972,” McHose said. “We have been waiting a long time for change and Steve Lonegan is the vehicle for that change.”

“As President Reagan so appropriately said, ‘families cannot prosper and keep America strong if government becomes a Goliath that preys upon their wealth, usurps their rights, and crushes their spirit,'” Oroho said. “Steve Lonegan will speak passionately and convincingly about the pocketbook issues that matter to working families. He will work to change the tired, big government ways in which Washington is failing the taxpayers of our state and nation.”

“What you have is an incompetent mayor who depends on the rest of the state to pay his bills, the daddy of Obamacare, a career Washington politician, and a career member of the Essex County Democrat machine,” said Space. “None of them are good choices.”

Lonegan, the former Mayor of Bogota and gubernatorial candidate, noted his long working relationship with the three legislators.

“Senator Oroho, Assemblywoman McHose, and Assemblyman Space have worked with grassroots conservative leaders for many years. They have been at the forefront of the battles to stop job-killing government programs like the RGGI energy tax, the radical scheme to force taxpaying families out of their homes to provide subsidized housing, to end Abbott Districts and to reduce property taxes through Fair School funding. They have fought to end government regulation, cap government spending, and defend the sanctity of life and the Second Amendment. I am proud to support them and proud to have their support.”

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