RSLC Releases New Round of Candidates in “2021 New Jersey Candidate Spotlight” Series

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 rebuild New Jersey’s struggling economy and push back against the failed policies from Democrat-controlled Trenton.

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Michelle Arnold — LD-7 Senate

Michelle served as Mayor of Palmyra where she focused on economic development and environmental clean-up and worked to open two parks. She was first elected to the Palmyra Borough Council in 2013. As a real estate agent, Michelle knows the importance of smart, pro-growth economic policies that drive down taxes and expand opportunities for families and businesses.

Marilyn Piperno — LD-11 Assembly — @LD11_Team

Marilyn is a certified sports medicine and nutrition coach, as well as a fitness professional. She volunteers in her community with ‘Make A Tray’ food drive, the Ronald McDonald House, Colts Neck Parent Teacher Organization, and as a youth sports coach. She is a wife and mother of three who is dedicated to making New Jersey the best place for families to live and work.

Joseph “Joe” Lukac III — LD-16 Assembly — @PPLLD16 

Joe currently serves as a Manville Borough Councilman. He’s a US Army Veteran, 27-year member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, and former school board member. Joe knows the importance of ensuring children have a solid education free of political influence. He will never back down from a tough fight and will put the needs of New Jerseyans above the special interests.

Vince Polistina — LD-2 Senate — @VPolinista

Vince is a father of three and former state assemblyman. He will fight to cut taxes, create jobs, and stand with law enforcement officers and first responders. As a business owner, he knows the importance of solutions oriented policy and will be a check and balance on Trenton Democrats and their disastrous economic agenda.