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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

POLL: Who is the strongest GOP candidate to take on Van Drew in 2020?

EGG HARBOR TWP., N.J. – There’s a potentially competitive Republican primary brewing ahead of next year’s NJ-02 race, Save Jerseyans. Three Republicans are already in: young Republican engineer Brian Fitzherbert, former NJ-01 candidate Bob Patterson, and former construction CEO David Read More

NJ-02: Richter plans anti-Pelosi event in Galloway to counter Speaker’s A.C. visit

GALLOWAY, NJ – Nancy Pelosi will be at the N.J. Democrats’ convention in Atlantic City next weekend, and one of the 2020 NJ-02 Republican candidates is organizing a counter-event to voice opposition to the Democrat Speaker. David Richter announced his Read More

ELECTION 2020: Richter launches, creates three-way GOP NJ-02 primary

AVALON, NJ – Ex-construction CEO David Richter is officially a candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s Second Congressional District. “Jeff Van Drew has completely failed South Jersey voters.  He spent over a decade supporting the Democratic majority in the state legislature Read More

ELECTION 2020: Citing socialist threat, Richter forms committee to explore challenging Van Drew in NJ-2

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Former Hill International CEO David Richter took a step closer to a formal congressional bid on Tuesday by announcing the formation of an exploratory committee. “New Jersey is quickly becoming a one-party state, and that party continues Read More