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Singh defends Grossman: “out of context” and “voters are sick of it”

LINWOOD, N.J. — Hirsh Singh was expected to win last week’s NJ-02 GOP primary. He didn’t, but the Trump-loving Indian American millennial is taking the high road and jumping to the defense of nominee Seth Grossman after a Democrat Super Read More

NJ-02: Fiocchi touts home county Young Republican endorsement

VINELAND, N.J. – Sam Fiocchi didn’t win the Cumberland County convention despite representing his home turf on both the freeholder board and, later, in the state legislature. After the endorsed candidate — former FBI agent Robert Turkavage — lost a Read More

NJ-02: Opponents call for Singh to drop out after filing casts doubt on self-funding hopes

Updated 4:16 p.m. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Some South Jersey Republican leaders were left scratching their heads on Thursday after Hirsh Singh, the GOP front runner for Congress in NJ-02, revealed a personal net worth of no more than $100,000 Read More

NJ-02: Fiocchi touts Assembly backing while Singh consolidates Atlantic power base

VINELAND, N.J. – At least in terms of endorsements? The Republican primary in New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District is shaping up to be a two-way battle between former LD1 Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi and Indian American businessman Hirsh Singh. On Tuesday, Read More

NJ-02: Fitzherbert says ‘lesson learned’ and quits; Singh, Fiocchi trade barbs

VINELAND, N.J. — Armed with four county lines and far-and-away the biggest pot of money, Atlantic County businessman Hirsh Singh is likely the man to beat in next month’s Republican primary for the 2nd Congressional District nomination. Opponent Sam Fiocchi (a Read More

NJ-02: Singh posts $100k+ while GOP opponents remain quiet on fundraising front

By Matt Rooney _ Hirsh Singh is the Republican candidate with the strongest war chest in NJ-02, boasting just over $109,000 in receipts as of the end of the 1st Quarter according to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) website as Read More

POLL: Who’s the best remaining GOP option in NJ-02?

The field has narrowed considerably over the last month, Save Jerseyans. This cycle’s field to replace the retiring Frank LoBiondo was eight men strong. Then criminal defense attorney John Zarych and Somers Point Councilman Jim Toto dropped out at the Read More