Richter Thanks President Trump for Visiting South Jersey

“It was an honor to speak at President Trump’s rally last night. As I said last night, the President needs allies in Congress who will help him Keep America Great and stop the Democrats from trying to overturn the results of the 2016 election. That is why I am running for Congress in the Third District and can’t wait to win this seat back from Andy Kim for our Republican Party.

On the heels of welcoming President Trump to South Jersey and speaking at the President’s rally last night in Wildwood, Third District Republican candidate David Richter issued the following statement:

“It was an honor to speak at President Trump’s rally last night. As I said last night, the President needs allies in Congress who will help him Keep America Great and stop the Democrats from trying to overturn the results of the 2016 election. That is why I am running for Congress in the Third District and can’t wait to win this seat back from Andy Kim for our Republican Party.

I look forward to a spirited campaign against the current candidates in the Third District Republican primary and anyone else who wants to enter the race. I am excited by the prospect of expressing our viewpoints at candidate forums, walking in parades together and scheduling as many debates as possible – after all, that is democracy in action. I love our political system, where elections are decided at the ballot box by the voters.

Republicans can’t afford to drop the ball on our one opportunity to defeat Andy Kim. The stakes are too high, as I mentioned last night at the President’s rally. My background as a conservative businessman who has spent decades creating thousands of jobs in the private sector, many of which were right here in the Third District, is exactly the contrast we need to beat ultra-liberal government insider Andy Kim.

I could not be prouder to be standing with President Trump last night. And I cannot be prouder to be working every day to win this seat back for our Republican Party in the Third District.”