Fantasia, Inganamort share same conservative values

| 29 May 2023 | 09:23

    Representing Sussex County in the New Jersey Assembly these past 10 years has been an extraordinary privilege. I’m proud to have earned a reputation and a record as one of New Jersey’s most conservative legislators.

    In the race for the two Assembly seats currently occupied by Hal Wirths and myself, I strongly urge Sussex County Republicans to vote for Dawn Fantasia and Mike Inganamort.

    I’ve known and trusted Dawn and Mike for more than 20 years and we share the same values.

    Dawn Fantasia and Mike Inganamort are proudly pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, and anti-Gov. (Phil) Murphy’s radical ‘woke’ agenda and extreme school curriculum standards.

    They also see firsthand how Trenton’s out-of-control spending is hurting Sussex County taxpayers.

    Most folks know Dawn Fantasia as a Sussex County commissioner and former Franklin Borough councilwoman. On the commissioner board, Dawn led the charge against Gov. Murphy’s “sanctuary state” policies.

    As a public charter school principal, she knows the importance of a good education and school choice.

    Mike Inganamort grew up right here in Sussex County, working to elect local, state and national Republicans for more than 20 years.

    He’s best-known as the longtime adviser to Rep. Scott Garrett, his political and policy mentor. Today, Mike is the mayor of Chester Township, and he previously trained at the Heritage Foundation.

    On Tuesday, June 6, Sussex County Republicans can be confident in their vote for proven conservatives Dawn Fantasia and Mike Inganamort for Assembly.

    Assemblyman Parker Space