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 Torrissi Jr. — New Jersey Assembly District 8
Mike used the lessons from his youth growing up on a peach farm to create a successful fuel transportation business. During his time as a Hammonton Councilman
, he worked to prioritize job creation and deregulation. He will stand up for South Jersey families, farmers, and businesses against out of touch Trenton politicians pushing more taxes and regulations.
Gregory McGuckin — New Jersey Assembly District 10
Assemblyman McGuckin is a municipal attorney and currently represents New Jersey’s 10th Assembly District. He was appointed by the state Supreme Court to serve on the district ethics committee for Ocean County and is a board of trustees member for the N.J. Institute of Local Government Attorneys. He is committed to giving back to his community and has spent over 28 years in public service. Assemblyman McGuckin will continue working to stop state government from picking winners and losers and limit the governor’s overreaching executive authority.
Angela Fam — New Jersey Assembly District 18
Angela is the daughter of immigrants, a real estate agent, a former small business owner, and mother of three. After experiencing New Jersey’s disastrous Covid response, she decided enough was enough of Democrats’ failed leadership. Angela is committed to creating a better future for her kids by lowering out of control property taxes and ensuring schools are educating instead of indoctrinating.
Tafari Anderson — New Jersey Assembly District 34
Tafari is a community activist and education professional working as the Director of Technology at Leonia Public Schools. Tafari is the former Commissioner on the Clifton Board of Education and former President of Passaic County School Board. He is tired of career politicians making life more difficult for hardworking New Jersey families. As a husband and father, Tafari will work to make New Jersey a better place to raise a family, cut regulations to encourage innovation, and lower property taxes.