APP Endorses Singer, Kean And Kleinhendler For 30th District

Today, the APP endorsed Bob Singer for Senate and Sean Kean and Howard Kleinhendler for Assembly. The paper noted Senator Singer’s long service and commitment to school funding and civil service reform. The paper also endorsed Senator Kean for Assembly and noted his fight to reduce property taxes.

Finally, the paper endorsed Howard Kleinhendler for Assembly. Kleinhendler was applauded for his commitment to ending pension double-dipping and for tightening rules on disability payments to public employees.

Notably, Kleinhendler is the only Democratic Assembly candidate in any of the Ocean County races endorsed by the paper. TLS.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. This is the Asbury Park Press’s endorsement of another Democrat back in 2008:

    I quote:

    “Obama has the intellect needed to comprehend the complexities of the times and the ability to articulate his positions clearly and eloquently. He can inspire, and we believe he will be able to bring out the best in the American people at a time when our best will be needed. He also offers the best hope for building coalitions and winning back the support of our friends abroad, which he recognizes is critical, not only to help win the war on terrorism but to restore order in the world financial markets.”

    Go figure.

    VOTE REPUBLICAN. We can make a difference, just as we made in NY-9.

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