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Cherry Hill Republican Organization’s Strong Ticket

May 10, 2010

Cherry Hill Republican Organization Unveils Strong Slate for Primary Election

                                                                                       

– Ticket Led by Congressional Candidate Jon Runyan –

 

Jon Runyan

The Cherry Hill Republican Organization’s (CHRO) slate of candidates in the June 8 Primary Election is one of the strongest groups recently assembled, according to Chairman Richard Ambrosino, Jr.

“Our team in the June 8th primary is comprised of some of the strongest candidates we’ve seen in Cherry Hill recently and is made up of a diverse and dedicated group of individuals who share one common goal: To make government more accountable to taxpayers,”

Ambrosino said.

Leading the Column 1 Camden County Regular Republican Party ticket is 3rd District Congressional candidate Jon Runyan.

“Professional politicians have taxed, spent and borrowed Cherry Hill, our state and country into near bankruptcy,”

said Runyan.

“They created the problems we face, and are either incapable or unwilling to fix them. I’m not running for Congress to make it my career; I’m running to clean up the mess we’re in and restore the American Dream for future generations.”

 

Leone-Zwillinger, Zallie, and DeCristofaro

Camden County candidates Christine Leone-Zwillinger for Surrogate and George Zallie and Scot DeCristofaro for Freeholder also bring a record of community service and achievement to the ticket.

“At the county level, our candidates share Jon Runyan’s view that the professional politicians that have run County government for too long are incapable or unwilling to fix the problems they face and really fight for taxpayers,”

Ambrosino said.

The June primary ticket also includes 34 individuals running for the Cherry Hill Republican Committee.

“The 34 men and women who have joined Jon Runyan, Christine Zwillinger, George Zallie and Scot DeCristofaro share their common goal of making sure taxpayers come first,”

Ambrosino said. 

“It’s a group that is reflective of the real Cherry Hill – hardworking folks who care about our town and put the interests of all residents first.”

 

“Our group is an incredibly diverse group, but one that really represents our community and its own diversity,”

Ambrosino continued.

“We’re proud that Jon Runyan has asked us to join him as part of his team in Cherry Hill and all of us are looking forward to working closely with Jon in his quest to bring real representation back to the 3rd Congressional district.”

 

For a complete list of the Camden County Regular Republican candidates in Column 1 on the June Primary Election ballot, please visit www.CherryHillFirst.com.

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. Cindy Rau-Hatton permalink
    May 10, 2010 3:04 pm

    A powerful and exciting team from from top to bottom: Jon Runyan, County Candidates, and County Committee.

    Great job Chairman DeMichele and Rich Ambrosino !!

    • Terry Land permalink
      May 19, 2010 9:11 pm

      You are correct as usual. As someone who has been part of a previous primary fight, you know all to well, that you can only serve 1 master. I was honored when you asked me to be on your ticket. Gloucester Township is a great example for the county as what can be done with a good leader and a committee that comes together. Rick DeMichelle and Rich Ambrosino have done that. Thank you for your support once again.

  2. May 10, 2010 3:06 pm

    Thanks Cindy! We are excited.

  3. May 10, 2010 6:02 pm

    They have my vote. Great team!

  4. Marlene Coles permalink
    May 25, 2010 3:38 pm

    The Wee the People group are the We the Sore Loser People. Good luck Rich, Terry, Jeff, Jim, Chris Lisa and all the others in Column 1!

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