WASHINGTON, DC –The Republican State Leadership Committee 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 rebuild New Jersey’s struggling economy and push back against the failed policies from Democrat-controlled Trenton.
Kristin Corrado — LD-40 Senate — @sencorrado
Senator Corrado is an attorney and former Passaic County Clerk. In 2016, Corrado championed in-person early voting, which was offered at the Wanaque satellite office for the first time in the county’s history. She worked with county’s Department of Veterans to expand services. Recently, she started “Socks for Soldiers’ Program to collect and provide necessities for soldiers and homeless veterans.
Declan O’Scanlon — LD-13 Senate — @declanoscanlon
Senator O’Scanlon was first elected to the state Assembly in 2008. He led the fight to cap property tax at 2% and was a key sponsor of pension, benefits, and arbitration reform. O’Scanlon is a leader in the business community and currently serves as president of a faith based non-profit organization. He knows the importance of consistent, solutions oriented policy and will continue to be a check and balance on Trenton Democrats.
Claire Swift — LD-2 Assembly — @ClaireSwiftNJ
Claire is an attorney, managing partner, and former Deputy Attorney General. She is also a wife and mother of three who is actively engaged in her local community, through her children’s activities and organizations such as the Atlantic County Chamber of Commerce and Stockton’s Women’s Leadership Council. As a lifelong resident of Atlantic County, she’s ready to take her experience advocating for children and families to Trenton.
Brian Bergen — LD-25 Assembly — @votebergen
Assemblyman Bergen is a combat Army veteran, West Point graduate, small business owner, and former Denville Township council member. He is a champion for small businesses and veterans. His leadership background has him well-prepared to fight to expand opportunity for all New Jerseyans.