Washington, DC — The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) today highlighted a new round of candidates in its“ 2021 New Jersey Candidates Spotlights” series. The RSLC is proud to support candidates like these, who are fighting to revive New Jersey’s struggling economy and push back against the failed policies from Democrat-controlled Trenton.
Mike Pappas — LD-16 Senate — @PPLLD16
Mike Pappas currently serves as the Municipal Administrator in Bridgewater. He’s a former congressman and mayor. He also served in the Small Business Administration under George W. Bush. Mike is an experienced leader who will work to lower New Jersey’s taxes, advocate for small businesses, and push back against the radical agenda being pursued by Trenton Democrats.
Steven “Steve” Pakradooni — LD-4 Assembly — @PakradooniSteve
Steven Pakradooni is a small business owner, husband, and father. Steven first got involved in politics when New Jersey’s high cost of living forced him out of the state. As someone who experienced first-hand the suffering government restrictions brought on by the pandemic caused for small businesses, he knows the importance of supporting families and job creators and will fight back against big government overreach.
DiAnne Gove — LD-9 Assembly —@9thDistrictNJ
Assemblywoman Gove is a former American History and Government teacher and Eucharistic Minister and Lecturer at St. Francis parish. She also formerly served as Long Beach Township Commissioner and Mayor. Assemblywoman Gove championed the “Veterans’ Business Assistance Act” signed into law in 2011, which created state-led efforts to expand the number of veteran-owned businesses eligible to benefit from state contracting. She’s a proven leader who will continue working to lower taxes, reform school funding, and serve as a check and balance on big government.
Sean Sepsey — LD-5 Assembly
Sean Sepsey is a school IT Administrator. He’s the former chief of Mantuna Police Explorers and former member of the Town of Mantua’s Recreation Committee. Sean will ensure students receive an education free of politics, advocate for fiscal responsibility, and bring accountability to Trenton.