Bader George Qarmout, a conservative advocate, has announced that he will not seek the Republican nomination for Assembly in the 24th legislative district in the upcoming June primary. Qarmout will rather provide a supportive role to other candidates and assist in the campaign of Republicans District wide. Qarmout says, “I am happy to stand in support of our Assemblyman-elect Parker Space, and to honor the wishes of the Republican Committee members. For the good of our party, It is now time for all Republicans to work together to ensure a victory in November.”
In an effort to assist the Republican Party and ensure that it is focused on conservative principles, Qarmout will seek the position of Republican State Committeeman for Sussex County.
Qarmout says “It is my intent to help preserve our Founding Principles by protecting our Constitution and ensuring that Liberty is available to all our children. I am proud to support State Senator Oroho’s Hometown Conservative Team. I am now impassioned more than ever before to defend Liberty and the Constitution and help turn over some seats to give Governor Christie a majority in the Legislator."
“I welcome all Republicans to consolidate resources and work together to ensure our party’s success in November."
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