Election Update - 6 weeks to November Election

September 16, 2021

Fellow Republicans:

In less than 6 weeks, we can take back our state by electing Jack Ciattarelli as our next Governor! Jack is a tremendous candidate. He is taking the fight to Phil Murphy, raising millions of dollars, and fighting for every vote.

Jack has been a great friend to our GOP organization, spent countless hours in Ocean County, and can absolutely win this election! I am urging all of you to help get-out-the-vote and reward him with a huge margin of victory in Ocean County!

Joining Jack in Column “A” this year is a very strong Republican ticket from top to bottom, including:

· Our proven, conservative state legislative teams in Districts 9, 10, 12 and 30 are fighting to hold Gov. Murphy accountable in Trenton.

· Gary Quinn and Bobbi Jo Crea are running for County Commissioner to keep Ocean County the best place to live in the state.

· Locally, our candidates for Mayor, Council and Committee embody the grassroots strength of our party in all 33 municipalities.

Please join me in voting Column "A" all the way and keep Ocean County the greatest place to live, work, raise a family, and retire in all of New Jersey.

Thank you.


Frank B. Holman, III


P.S. Polling places will be fully open on Election Day, Tuesday, November 2, while Vote-By-Mail will start on September 18. The state is also offering early “in-person” voting that runs from October 23 thru October 31.Hours will be Monday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. and Sunday, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.Please contact the County Clerk at 732-929-2018 or with any questions or check out the website:

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