UNION – District 20 Republican Assembly Candidates Charles Donnelly and Christopher Hackett gave a warm welcome to Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno on Saturday when she stopped by the Union County GOP Headquarters to meet volunteers and candidates, which also included District 22 Assembly hopeful John Campbell, Union County Republican Volunteer Coordinator Dorothy Burger and local Republican officials.
“We had a fantastic turnout,” said Donnelly, “and it was an honor to meet with Lt. Gov. Guadagno. My sincere thank you to all volunteers who spend their free time calling and going door to door every day, and especially to have given up this Saturday during summer, for Governor Christie, and the candidates around the county.”
Guadagno, along with incumbent Assemblywoman Nancy Munoz (R-21) who was also in attendance, motivated the volunteers and the candidates.
“The visit by the Lt. Governor highlights that we are all in this together,” Hackett said after the event. “Unlike our opponents, Charlie and I want to see a continuation of the policies enacted by Gov. Christie that have brought New Jersey so far from where it was four years ago, including the path of fiscal responsibility that can allow us to lower income taxes, the endless war on corruption and double dipping, and maintaining and tightening the 2% cap on municipal property tax increases.”
Donnelly and Hackett are facing off against incumbent Democrats Joseph Cryan and Annette Quijano to represent District 20, which includes Union, Hillside, Elizabeth and Roselle.
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