VIDEO: Kyrillos Family Takes U.S. Senate Campaign Launch to South Jersey

VIDEO: Kyrillos Family Takes U.S. Senate Campaign Launch to South Jersey

A candidate’s true home is the road, Save Jerseyans.

After U.S. Senate hopeful Joe Kyrillos got things rolling on Wednesday morning in his home county of Monmouth (click here for our contributor Charles Measley’s video and event summary), he loaded his family into their car and headed south on I-295 to the Burlington County community of Marlton.

Once on southern soil, he addressed 150+ local Republican supporters and a couple dozen additional members of the press. Brian McGovern and I were also in attendance after barely making it there on time. Why? An emergency Burger King detour. Men need to eat! And you never know how long you’re going to be stuck at these things. Strategic calorie-loading is an essential part of surviving the political circuit.

Here’s a truncated version of the Senator Burlco remarks. My favorite part? His beautiful children are relatively small but extremely well-behaved. Sometimes even yours truly has trouble sitting through rally speeches. The Kyrillos kids are already pros:

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s07wbY-jIdY

6 thoughts on “VIDEO: Kyrillos Family Takes U.S. Senate Campaign Launch to South Jersey

  1. Menendez won't just be neagtive, he'll be down right vile. As I read through this article, I'm trying to think who would be best positioned to fight the Menendez money, machine and CRUD in a presidential year At this point Im really not sure, but I hope we don't destroy each other in a primary.

  2. President Barack Obama has established the Truth Team. Why do they need to use the word truth? Doesn't that make an individual question if they are telling the truth? George Orwell had his figure Winston just work at the Ministry of Truth, which happens to be responsible for propaganda and historical revisionism. His career ended up being re-write past newspaper content to match the dominating party philosophy. Who might be rewriting history for President Barack Obama?

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