Former Jackson GOP Chairman Todd Porter Fired From Toms River Township Job

Todd Porter, the former chairman of the Jackson GOP Club, has been let go from his position as a Code Enforcement inspector for Toms River Township, under newly sworn-in mayor Dan Rodrick.

The move follows the immediate fulfillment of a key campaign promise by Rodrick to repeal the controversial home inspection law.

With the law now repealed, the township was able to eliminate the jobs of the three inspectors hired to enforce those laws.

Porter, who lost his County Committee seat in a stunning upset in 2022, has previously been condemned by Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel for writing in a social media post that wrote that he would “play satanic rock music at local parks so that Jewish kids wouldn’t play there.” 

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9 COMMENTS

    • The “Great Fakeout” of the last election there was quite the ruse, wasn’t it? Seems like this mayor managed to swing even more heavily anti-Jewish to get the votes from the other guy.

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