Webber Raises $233,000 for Congress campaign

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Parsippany-Troy Hills Council President Paul Carifi, Jr., with Jay Webber

PARSIPPANY — The Webber for Congress campaign announced it raised over $233,000.00 since Jay joined the race for the Republican nomination for Congress in the 11th Congressional District in February.

Assemblyman Jay Webber

Assemblyman Jay Webber said “I am truly humbled by the generous support I’ve received from hundreds of donors who have rallied to our cause. The first fundraising event was held on March 15, and to raise over $233,000 in the weeks leading up to the end of the first quarter is a testament to the energy and enthusiasm of our campaign and its donor base.”

He continued: “I intend to run a campaign that will bring our message of lower taxes, strong national defense, and safe communities to each of the 54 municipalities in the district and this extremely strong fundraising start will give us the resources to do just that. In the coming days we’ll be launching enhanced voter contact efforts that will drive our supporters to the polls and let the voters of NJ-11 know why our campaign is the one that will stand up for New Jersey values in Congress and be victorious in November.”

The Webber For Congress campaign will report:
·      Over $233,000 raised
·      $13,000 spent
·      Cash On Hand of over $220,000

Jay Webber’s campaign for Congress is growing by the day. The campaign recently announced the endorsement of United States Senator Tom Cotton and the New Jersey Right To Life PAC, on the heels of the announcement of a new batch of 23 endorsements.  Those endorsements are on top of the 114 prior announcements of support from local elected officials and Republican Party leaders.  Jay looks forward to representing the Republican Party in November’s election and making sure the 11th Congressional District is represented by a common sense conservative focused on lowering taxes, protecting our citizens, and preserving our liberties.

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