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HIGHTSTOWN, N.J., March 18, 2014 - Murray Sabrin, Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Cory Booker, scored a major legislative endorsement victory today when state Sen. Steve Oroho, Assemblywoman Alison Littell McHose and Assemblyman Parker Space jointly voiced their support for his campaign.
The three Republicans represent New Jersey's 24th Legislative District that covers all of Sussex County and parts of Warren and Morris Counties.
"I couldn't be more pleased and proud to receive the endorsements of these three outstanding New Jersey leaders," said Sabrin. "Steve Oroho, Alison McHose and Parker Space struggle all day every day in Trenton to keep taxes and government spending low, limit the overreach of government and advance the cause of freedom in New Jersey."
In a statement, the three legislators wrote:
"Murray Sabrin's decades-long commitment to limited government, individual liberty and independence and personal responsibility place him head and shoulders above his primary opponents. With his in-depth knowledge of finance and economics, he alone among the GOP contenders for the Senate nomination grasps the issues facing New Jersey and the nation. No one is better prepared to represent New Jersey in Washington, D.C. and debate the issues of spending, taxes, the budget, the National Debt and individual freedom and liberty than Murray Sabrin."
"This means a lot to me and to my campaign, and I will work all the harder to validate the trust they've extended to me," said Sabrin.
For further information contact campaign press secretary Scott St. Clair at 206-919-6047
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