MENDHAM BOROUGH, NJ (Morris County) – Christine Serrano Glassner, the Mayor of Mendham, a mother of two, and a businesswoman with years of experience forging conservative solutions for New Jersey residents and businesses, announced today she will run for the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate in 2024, to challenge incumbent Democrat Robert Menendez.
Mayor Serrano Glassner released a campaign video to announce her race for the U.S. Senate and inform voters about her qualifications for office.
“Today, I am announcing my decision to run for the U.S. Senate because New Jersey deserves better than this dark cloud of corruption that has been following Bob Menendez for a decade,” Glassner said. “As a fighter for New Jersey residents and businesses throughout my career in federal and state government and based on my experience as a mom and a mayor, I am ready to go to work. We need a leader to fight for the hardworking men and women of New Jersey – and for America. I am that leader, and I will defeat Bob Menendez and end his career of cronyism.”
Democrat Senator Bob Menendez is currently the subject of a federal investigation by the Biden-controlled Department of Justice for allegedly receiving undisclosed gifts. The investigation comes just years after Menendez barely escaped a federal bribery conviction by the Obama Department of Justice thanks to a hung jury, Glassner said.
“We need a fighter – someone who believes hardworking Americans matter, and who will stop Joe Biden’s failed economic policies. Someone who believes parents’ rights matter, and who will keep woke ideology out of our schools. And we need someone who will stand up to Washington, D.C. and do what’s right for New Jersey,” Glassner said. “Bob Menendez has failed New Jersey – because he’s more interested in enriching himself and his cronies than he is in delivering for hardworking New Jersey families. That’s why it’s high time for ‘Funny Money’ Menendez to be put into permanent retirement.”
To learn more about Christine Serrano Glassner and her race for the U.S. Senate, visit christinefornj.com.