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NJ elections 2018: Bergen County gives John McCann the win in District 5, but Sussex, Warren critical too
“John McCann won the Republican primary in the 5th Congressional District because he made deep inroads into Sussex and Warren counties, bucking the political establishment that backed his opponent, Steven Lonegan, while running strong on his home turf of Bergen, observers say.”
For Immediate Release
Thank you to the great citizens in New Jersey’s 5th for electing me as your next Republican Congressional candidate.
On Wednesday, March 28, Dr. Sebastian Gorka will headline a Meet & Greet for John McCann at Seasons (644 Pascack Road, Township of Washington, NJ) from 6-9 PM EST.
Please go to McCann2018.com/Event to RSVP or call Lauren Zisa at 551-486-3685.
On Friday, a conservative blogger made an accusation regarding my involvement in stopping Hillary Clinton’s healthcare proposal back in the early 90s when I was a fellow in former Senator Arlen Specter’s office (R-PA), insisting that I have overstated my role and plagiarized a graph used to stop Hillarycare.
The basis of these accusations stems from a CSPAN video in January 1994 where my boss at the time, former Senator Specter, credited Sharon Helfant (whom I never worked with) for creating a chart (I never saw) to help explain how bad Hillarycare was for American taxpayers.
Today John McCann released this statement about President Trump’s State of the Union address:
“The President’s State of the Union showed us how far we have come in just a short year and what it means to Make America Great Again. Making America Great means a strong economy, rebuilding the infrastructure, a fully funded military and affordable healthcare.”
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is in hot water on Wednesday when his office was exposed sending campaign-related e-mails with government accounts in clear violation of House Ethics Rules.
Gottheimer’s office sent out campaign e-mails touting that he’s raised more than $3 million since the end of his 2016 campaign, most of which was raised outside the state of New Jersey and his congressional district.
Today the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) named John McCann, running for Congress in New Jersey’s 5th congressional district, to their “Young Guns” program.
For the past four election cycles, the NRCC has required candidates to hit specific goals throughout the cycle to ensure their campaigns remain competitive, well-funded and communicative within their districts.