WASHINGTON, D.C. — Vice President Mike Pence is coming to New Jersey to buoy Assemblyman Jay Webber’s quest to succeed the retiring Rodney Frelinghuysen in NJ-11.
NorthJersey.com was first to report the event for which details, other than an as-of-yet unknown Northern New Jersey location, remain undisclosed.
To date, Webber has trailed his Democrat opponent Mikie Sherrill by a wide margin but publicly released polling suggests a close race in the wealthy suburban House district. The Republican candidate is a strong conservative who has embraced the Trump/GOP tax reform package which cut the taxes of most New Jersey residents while jading some others due to the newly-imposed federal SALT deduction cap.
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