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DeCroce Comeback Runs Out of Gas Ahead of Election

MORRIS COUNTY — The Assembly campaign of BettyLou DeCroce and Robert Peluso has hit rock bottom. With a collective $6,700 on hand, the two face a staggering $60,000 in debt.

What began as a desperate attempt to restore DeCroce’s shattered ego after losing the 2021 Republican primary has developed into a colossal mess that some party leaders think is unnecessarily draining resources.

“BettyLou and Rob knew they had no chance, but they still tried to tear apart the party for their own ambitions,” said Bergen (R-Morris). “It’s sad.”

Bergen said that DeCroce was one of the most liberal Republicans in Trenton.

After being rejected by the voters two years ago, she went to work for the most progressive Morris County Democrats in Dover as the business administrator. In that position, she rakes in a staggering salary of $223,000 annually.

Peluso, an unemployed perennial candidate, has two other active campaign accounts, one to run for county commissioner next year and another for mayor of Parsippany in two years.

According to Bergen, despite his recurrent defeats, Peluso seeks to capture whatever position possible.

“June 6th can’t come soon enough,” concluded Bergen.  “Once we say goodbye to BettyLou and Rob, it’s time to get to the real work putting all our resources into getting a Republican majority in New Jersey.”

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