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Glading and Camden County Campaign to Open 2010 Election Headquarters

May 10, 2010

Leone-Zwillinger, Zallie, and DeCristofaro

First GOP Headquarters in Camden County Since 1990’s 
  

Haddon Heights, NJ – On Sunday, May 16th, the Glading for Congress and Camden County campaigns will open a brand new 2010 Election headquarters, and has invited local Republican campaigns to join him as they battle to take back South Jersey: 
  

GOP Headquarters Grand Opening 

May 16, 2010 

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm (Rain or Shine) 

137 E. Atlantic Avenue 

Haddon Heights, NJ  
  

“Opening a headquarters in Rob Andrews’ hometown is as clear a sign as any that Republicans have the momentum in 2010,” said Glading. “There isn’t a single congressional, county or municipal office in America that’s not up for grabs this year, so ‘Washington Rob’ will be but one of many long-time Democrat incumbents to lose his job in November.”  

“This is a great opportunity for County Republicans to recruit volunteers and breathe new energy into local campaigns,”  

added Chris Leone-Zwillinger, candidate for Surrogate.  

“I think it’s symbolic that Republicans have opened a headquarters in the heart of Haddon Height’s revitalized business district,”  

continued George Zallie, candidate for Freeholder.  

“Just like Mayor Scott Alexander and Council President Rose Fitzgerald have cut taxes right here in Haddon Heights, our Republican team will do the same for all county taxpayers.”  

“Camden County taxpayers are fed-up with waste and corruption in county government,”  

continued Scot DeCristofaro.  

“By opening this campaign headquarters for business, the Republican ticket wants every South Jersey voter to know that there’s finally a real alternative to the status quo in 2010.”   

The public is invited to join Dale Glading, Chris Leone-Zwillinger, George Zallie, and Scot DeCristofaro for this historic event. Refreshments will be served. For more information related to the grand opening, please visit www.CamdenGOP.com.

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