Senator Robert Singer (R-Lakewood), along with his fellow district Assemblymen Sean Kean and Ned Thomson have announced today that they are seeking re-election to represent the 30th District in the State Legislature.
“My running mates and I have given the 30th District a strong voice in Trenton,” said Singer, who serves as the Deputy Republican Leader in the Senate. “I look forward to our continued fight for affordability, conservative values, and common sense solutions on behalf of our constituents.”
“We are proud to represent the citizens of District 30 in Trenton,” said Assemblyman Sean Kean. “Now, more than ever it is imperative that we stand up for fiscal responsibility, common sense government and family values. I want New Jersey to be a place where our children can grow up to find good jobs and prosper. We need to reverse the irresponsible policies that encourage our hard-working residents to leave this great state.”
“The last several years have been hard on everyone, but our offices have helped thousands of constituents through these challenging times,” said Thomson, who is the Republican Conference Leader in the Assembly. “Given the chance, we will continue to help our residents by tackling reckless government spending, rising crime, and the ridiculous policies being put forth by the current administration.”
Under the new legislative map, the 30th District now includes Wall, Howell, Lakewood, Farmingdale, Belmar, Lake Como, and Avon-by-the-Sea.