Einstein For Hudson GOP Chair to hold Campaign Kickoff December 16th

Official release:

NJ GOP State Committeeman, Joshua Sotomayor Einstein, will officially kick off his campaign for Hudson County Republican Chairman on Monday, December 16that 7:00pm at Mulligan’s Pub (159 1stStreet, Hoboken). Einstein will formally launch the campaign at the party and address friends and supporters. All Republicans in the county who want to build a Republican Party that works for Republicans, not Democrats, are invited to attend.
“The era and error of the Hudson County GOP working for the Democrats is coming to an end; together we can build a better Republican Party that fights for the people against the interests of the machine politicians,” said Sotomayor Einstein. He continued, “Hudson County deserves an opposition party, county voters deserve an alternative to the corrupt policies of the Democrats, and Republicans in the county deserve a county Republican Party.”
Einstein has been active in GOP circles in Hudson County for approximately 9 years. An elected member of the New Jersey Republican State Committee, he was previously on the executive board of the New Jersey State Young Republican Federation, and is a past Chairman of the Hudson County Young Republicans. He is founding Chairman of the Hudson County chapter of Young Americans for Liberty, has a regular column in a New Jersey Jewish community newspaper, is the political analyst for local TV show “The Pulse with Peter B.”, and has been published in over a dozen and a half newspapers and websites. Einstein has organized a wide range of grassroots conservative events in Hudson County from bringing the Leadership Institute to facilitate campaign trainings to arranging and representing the right in public debates with left wing activists. In organizing rallies against Senator Menendez’s reelection, helping conservative/libertarian groups earn free media with effective messaging, and more, Einstein has been a tireless advocate for Republican values.

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