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Zallie & DeCristofaro Carry Message to Courier-Post

September 25, 2010

George Zallie and Scot DeCristofaro

 

Your Freeholder candidates, George Zallie and Scot DeCristofaro sat down with the Courier-Post editorial board earlier this week to lay out their vision for Camden County.  The article in yesterday’s Courier Post says it all…our candidates and their message of change resonated with the editorial board, much as it has with voters across the county. 

As the Courier article says…our candidates and our campaign are on a path to victory this November.   

Zallie and DeCristofaro also “… would bring private sector experience and a true competition of ideas to the board.” 

Scot DeCristofaro told the Courier Post “We’re between New York and Washington, D.C. We have a port. We’re an hour away from the coast. There’s absolutely no reason that this county is in the shape that it’s in,”  

 

You can read the full article by clicking here. 

This also brings us to the Saturday Question. 

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 26, 2010 10:52 am

    You forgot one last option for the poll above: ALL OF THE ABOVE.

  2. Terry Land permalink
    September 26, 2010 12:23 pm

    Way to go George and Scott. Great article. The only counter-point that they could come up with when it came to jobs is the social services provided was ridiculous. They want jobs as the rest of the country. Those jobs are not all filled with Camden City residents. If they were, then unemployment would not be so high. I’m still waiting on Freeholder McDonald to let me know what the expected future costs of medical benefits for people who did not serve the 25 year requirement is going to costs us. I know that it had cost us 30 million when the story first broke, but what has it costs us since then and how much more is it going to cost us. Do we know what the new contracts are going to costs us?

  3. Camille Capobianco permalink
    September 26, 2010 7:26 pm

    George and Scott are going to talk the business talk and walk the business walk to bring more better companies to Camden County. We do not need anymore teachers or lawyers on the freeholder board, the self serving leaders and their cronies have got to GO!

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