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Middlesex County Young Republicans Host "Road to Victory" Event at the Green Turtle

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Middlesex County Young Republican Chairman John Steiner would like to announce the Middlesex County Young Republicans "Road to Victory" Reception, which will take place on March 22 at the Green Turtle in North Brunswick from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM.

This event will serve as the official launch for the 2018 campaign season for the Middlesex County Young Republicans.  Tickets are $25 for Young Republicans and $40 for other attendees. 

The event will be headlined by NJ Republican State Committee Chairman Doug Steinhardt. US Senate candidate Bob Hugin; State Senator Sam Thompson; and former Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli will also be addressing the crowd. Many other party officials, elected officials, and candidates will also be in attendance.

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MCYR Chairman Steiner stated: “The Middlesex County Young Republicans are proud to partner with Chairman Steinhardt and Middlesex County Republican Organization Chairwoman Lucille Panos to kickoff the 2018 campaign season and build the Republican party in Middlesex County.  2018 is an exciting time to be a Republican. We hope Republicans from across Middlesex County will attend the event and get involved this year, so we can deliver victories to Republican candidates up and down the ballot this November.”

For further information and to RSVP, contact MCYR Executive Director, Zach Myshkoff at (862) 200-1464 or zmyshkoff1@gmail.com.  

 

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