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Group of Morris County Republican leaders endorse Space for Senate, Fantasia and Inganamort for Assembly

NEW JERSEY – A big group of Morris County Republican leaders across the 24th Legislative District and beyond have endorsed Assemblyman Parker Space for Senate and Commissioner Dawn Fantasia and Mayor Mike Inganamort for Assembly.

Space, Fantasia and Inganamort each qualified to compete for the endorsement of the Morris County Republican Committee at its March 4, 2023 convention.

Following legislative redistricting, the Morris County towns of Roxbury, Washington Township, Chester Township, Chester Borough, and Netcong were moved to the 24th Legislative District from the 25th Legislative District.

Combined with Mount Olive, which will remain the largest town in the 24th Legislative District, Morris County makes up approximately 35 percent of the new district’s total population.

All six mayors and all six Republican municipal chairs are supporting the Space, Fantasia & Inganamort ticket. The 25th District’s current legislators, Senator Tony Bucco, Assemblyman Brian Bergen, and Assemblywoman Aura Dunn, are also supporting the Space, Fantasia & Inganamort ticket.

“Having represented Roxbury, Washington Township, Netcong, Chester Township, and Chester Borough in the New Jersey Legislature for the better part of twelve years, I don’t take lightly the changes from redistricting. These are more than just towns on a map. They are home to some of my dearest friends and family members, all of whom I’ve been privileged to serve. Although I will no longer represent these communities in the Legislature next year, I still very much want the best for them. That is why I am strongly supporting Parker Space for Senate and Dawn Fantasia and Mike Inganamort for Assembly in the new 24th Legislative District. I know their commitment to this region, I’ve seen firsthand their work ethic, and they’ve long demonstrated their conservative values. Western Morris County will have champions in Parker, Dawn, and Mike. I’m proud to support them,” Senator Tony Bucco said

Supporting the Space, Fantasia & Inganamort ticket are:

  • Senator Tony Bucco
  • Assemblyman Brian Bergen
  • Assemblywoman Aura Dunn
  • Sheriff James Gannon
  • County Clerk Ann Grossi
  • County Commissioner Director John Krickus
  • County Commissioner Deputy Director Christine Myers
  • Commissioner Doug Cabana
  • Commissioner Deborah Smith
  • Commissioner Stephen Shaw
  • Commissioner Tayfun Selen
  • Larry Casha, Morris County Republican State Committeeman
  • Christina Ramirez, Morris County Republican State Committeewoman
  • Dave Scapicchio, former Freeholder, former Mt. Olive mayor
  • Kathy DeFillippo, former County Commissioner, Roxbury
  • Mayor Rob Greenbaum, Mt. Olive
  • Mayor Jim Rilee, Republican Municipal Chair, Roxbury
  • Mayor Matt Murello, Washington Township
  • Mayor Joe Nametko, Netcong
  • Mayor Janet Hoven, Chester Borough
  • Council President Joe Nicastro, Republican Municipal Chair, Mt. Olive
  • Councilwoman Colleen Labow, Mt. Olive
  • Councilman John Ferrante, Mt. Olive
  • Deputy Mayor Jaki Albrecht, Roxbury
  • Councilman Bob DeFillippo, former mayor, Roxbury
  • Councilman Shawn Potillo, Roxbury
  • Vice Mayor Mike Marino, Washington Township
  • Committeeman Bill Roehrich, former mayor, Washington Township
  • Committeeman Rich Wall, Republican Municipal Chair, Washington Township
  • Council President Tim Drag, Chester Township
  • Councilman Joe DiPaolo, Chester Township
  • Councilman Jack Sylvester, Netcong
  • Council President Gary Marshuetz, Chester Borough
  • Councilwoman Karen Ferrone, Republican Municipal Chair, Chester Borough
  • Keith Pierson, Republican Municipal Chair, Netcong
  • Marcia Asdal, former mayor, Chester Township
  • Ron DeFilippis, former Morris County Republican Committee Chairman, Roxbury
  • Barbara Dawson, former Morris County Republican Committee executive director, Roxbury

Jay Edwards

Born and raised in Northwest NJ, Jay has a degree in Communications and has had a life-long interest in local radio and various styles of music. Jay has held numerous jobs over the years such as stunt car driver, bartender, voice-over artist, traffic reporter (award winning), NY Yankee maintenance crewmember and peanut farm worker. His hobbies include mountain climbing, snowmobiling, cooking, performing stand-up comedy and he is an avid squirrel watcher. Jay has been a guest on America’s Morning Headquarters,program on The Weather Channel, and was interviewed by Sam Champion.

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