The LGBTQ community has a candidate for governor in the growing field of Democratic primary contenders Paul Binetti plans to kickoff his campaign with an informal, open forum at Club Feathers that will allow the public to get to know him and learn about his views on issues currently facing New Jersey residents.
Binetti, 39, described himself as “a middle-class business person” and says operating an insurance brokerage and gay night club has given him “first-hand about the problems everyday New Jersey residents are facing.”
The candidate said high property taxes are forcing people out of the state and he has complained about the state’s highest-in-the-nation home a foreclosure rate.
In addition, Binetti faulted, “a public education funding scheme that is bankrupting the middle class, a crumbling infrastructure that is stunting the state’s growth and an entrenched political culture that operates on the back of its citizens to benefit the wealthiest few.”
He decided to run for governor because, “It is time to take our future into our own hands. I am a middle-class guy, running for the middle-class. Billionaire politicians can say they are for the middle-class as often as they like, but the truth is a millionaire or billionaire simply cannot relate to what matters to the middle class, never mind fight for us.”
Tickets priced at $20 include beer, wine and soda for the duration of the event and may be obtained HERE.
To learn more about the candidate and his views on issues, readers can visit www.binetti4nj.com.
Binetti is the latest contender in a field of almost a dozen Democrats who declared intentions to seek their party’s nomination for governor.
There are now at least 11 contenders on the Democratic side, four Republicans and three independent candidates.Visit NJ Today often to get the latest on the battle for governor.
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