Tag: richter

NJ-02: Richter says Van Drew “not somebody who saw the light” during CNN appearance

WASHINGTON, D.C. – David Richter isn’t deterred from his primary bid in Congress in New Jersey’s Second Congressional District, and he isn’t tempering his criticism of newly-converted Republican incumbent Jeff Van Drew. Still, the construction CEO and Burlington County resident Read More

NJ-02: Defiant Richter says GOP works differently than the Democrat Party for whom “Norcross picks a candidate”

By Matt Rooney _ The NRCC pressured his consultants out of the race, and party leaders are closing ranks behind newly-converted Republican incumbent Jeff Van Drew (NJ-02), but David Richter doesn’t care. The successful construction CEO-turned-GOP candidate says Van Drew Read More

NJ-02: Republican candidate Richter mocks Democrats’ impeachment articles

VINELAND, N.J. – House Democrats plan to vote on two newly-unveiled impeachment articles next week, setting into a motion a high-stakes drama which is likely to result in a Senate acquittal and super-charged Election 2020 contest.  David Richter, a construction Read More

South Jersey Republicans see a hypothetical Van Drew party switch as “a slap in the face”

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. – South Jersey Republicans may soon face a once unthinkable dilemma: whether to let freshman U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D, NJ-02) switch parties. David Wildstein of New Jersey Globe stirred the pot on Monday Read More

NRCC adds Richter, Ghassali to its 2020 ‘On The Radar’ list

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The NRCC unveiled its third round of “On the Radar” candidates on Wednesday, and two of the twenty-four names are New Jersey primary candidates.  David Richter (NJ-02) and Michael Ghassali (NJ-05) both hit the NRCC ‘Young Guns’ Read More

NJ-02: Republican candidate Richter raises $413k

AVALON, N.J. – Former construction CEO David Richter hauled in $413,000 during this year’s third quarter and boasts $390,000 cash-on-hand heading into the fall months.  The South Jersey GOP candidate says he raised $113,000 from contributors in just seven weeks; Read More