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Primary Challenger to Governor Christie to speak at Bergen, Somerset, Burlington County Tea Parties
Seth Grossman, attorney and former Atlantic City councilman and freeholder is picking up conservative support from around the state and was just invited to speak to three of the state's largest tea party groups in Bergen, Somerset, & Burlington.
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February 18, 2013
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Seth Grossman, candidate for Governor against Chris Christie in the June 4, Republican primary election today announced he will speak to three major Tea Party organizations around the state this week.
On Tuesday, February 19, Grossman will speak to the NJ Tea Party Coalition at the Harley Davidson Building, 124 Essex Street, in Rochelle Park, NJ. The building is by Exit 63 of Route 80, West of the Turnpike. The meeting will start at 7PM. Grossman will speak after the presentation of Sheriff Michael Saudino.
On Wednesday, February 20, Grossman will speak to the Somerset County Tea Party at the Bridgewater Public Library, One Vogt Drive, Bridgewater, NJ. This meeting also begins at 7M and Grossman is scheduled to speak at 7:30 P.M.
On Friday, February 22, Grossman will speak to the West Jersey Tea Party of Burlington County at Braddock's Tavern, 39 S. Main Street, Medford NJ 08055. The meeting begins at 7:00 PM.
“Most people who see what is really happening know the New Jersey economy cannot survive four more years of the pay to play, business as usual politics of Chris Christie Republicans and Steve Sweeney Democrats”, Grossman said.
“Unless we change the players in the June 4 primary elections, nothing will change and both parties will keep grinding us down with high taxes, big spending, and more debt”, Grossman said.
“We have the power to give Christie a real surprise on June 4”, Grossman said. “Christie may have buckets of money, but it’s a lot more expensive to sell lies than to tell the truth”, Grossman said.
Grossman said that new breakthroughs in social media, along with organized slates of conservative candidates in at least ten counties can change the game—but only if hundreds of citizens who never before took an interest in politics start getting involved.
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