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No Surprise: Camden County Democrats “misleading” Voters.

October 8, 2010

John Adler

Thanks to the work of the Courier Post’s, Jane Roh, the Camden County Democrats got caught trying to mislead voters.  Are you surprised?   

The Camden County Democrats are the party of convicted, corrupt Senator Wayne Bryant.   You may recall he was recently indicted again for even more corruption

When asked about the recent Bryant indictment Camden County Democrat  and 5th District Senator Donald Norcross said,

“I don’t think it’s important,”

So, really, should anyone be surprised that a Camden County Democrat, when discussing the Adler campaign and Peter DeStefano,  said,

“This campaign is about winning at any cost, even if it means misleading the voters with fake candidates.”

“Second place is first loser.”

 

 Adler has consistently denied his campaign had anything to do with DeStefano’s campaign.  In August he Adler told the Courier-Post,

“I know we weren’t part of it. Whatever they did — I know what I do, and I hold my head high about what I do.”

Yet according to the article, in May, Adler’s campaign manager was involved in the planning to  recruit Destefano to run as a third-party candidate in an attempt to mislead conservative voters from voting for Jon Runyan.  It seems many familiar with t he Adler campaign have a different view of Adler’s denial of involvement with DeStefano,

“The goal was to take 5 percent of (Republican Jon) Runyan’s vote,” said one South Jersey Democrat. “Steve Asycue designed the plan with Geoff Mackler following his lead.”

“John Adler is a micro-manager,” said one. “He is actively involved in his campaign.”

Could the micromanaging Adler really been telling th e truth when he said, “I know we weren’t part of it.”?

Jon Runyan and John Adler are scheduled to debate on Monday at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill.   This should be an exciting opportunity to see a full discussion of the issues including the Camden County Democrats intent to mislead the voters in his district.  We’ll see if Adler continues to “hold his head high”.

The Debate is open to the public.  If you are planning to attend the debate please e-mail Erick Ford erickamford@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Rick Di Renzo permalink
    October 8, 2010 4:35 pm

    This is no surprise, we are facing the same problem in Haddon Heights where the Camden County Democratic Party sent out an e-mail survey using the political guise of the two democratic council persons to get people to respond. The two dem council people now say they had nothing to do with it. You think this doesn’t have some Ethic and Elec violations tied to it now?
    The use of a political position to secure personal and political information.

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