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Passaic, 12th April 2011
"GOP STRONG proudly announces slate for 2011 primary"
GOP STRONG announced their slate of citizen public servants to run in the June primary as follows:
34th District: Senate - Ralph Bartnik, Clifton, Business Owner
34th District: Assembly- Randy Colondres, Clifton , Law enforcement officer and Steve Farrell, Clifton, Law enforcement Officer
35th District : Senate - Ken Pengitore, Haledon, accountant
35th District : Assembly- Donna Pugliese from North Haledon, Councilwoman, and James R. Challice of Haledon, District Business Manager.
36th District : Senate - Simon Grubin, Passaic, Business Owner
38th District: Senate- Michael A. Agosta, from Fairlawn, Former Air Marshall
38th District: Assembly - Joseph J. Gant, Hawthorne, Technician and Scott
A. Verrone, Hawthorne, Law enforcement officer
39th District : Assembly - Michael Wilson, Bloomingdale and Sara Adele
40th District : Assembly - Louis D'Angelo, Totowa, Mortgage company owner, and Ernesto M. Sesso, Woodland Park, Business Owner.
GOP STRONG Chairman Mark Joustra, of Hawthorne said "that he is very proud of this great team, of dedicated public servants and honest citizens and patriots who are a sharp contrast to the, professional purveyors of political patronage sponsored by Rumana"
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