"Endorsements from Matawan, Keansburg, Aberdeen and Keyport roll in"
Red Bank, NJ: As the momentum for Monmouth County Republican Vice Chair and local businesswoman Diane Gooch's campaign to unseat Frank Pallone heats up; Republican leaders from across the Bayshore are endorsing the 6th Districts best chance at real change.
In Keansburg, Councilmen Art Boden and Jim Cocuzza, Former Chairman Sam Arguinzoni, Republican Club President Jack Earley and Chairwoman Mary Foley are emphatically endorsing Gooch. Foley stated that "Growing up modestly, Diane had to work hard and make sacrifices to succeed. I am confident that when she gets to Washington she will do everything she can to make sure we all have the same opportunity for success."
The entire Republican Governing body in Matawan is also supporting Gooch. Mayor Paul Buccellato, Councilman Tom Fitzsimmons, Councilman Joe Urbano, Councilman Andrew Lopez and Councilwoman Linda Clifton are all behind Gooch and her effort to put an end to tax and spend politics.
Neighboring Aberdeen is lending its support with endorsements from the Aberdeen Republican Club and the Aberdeen Republican Committee. In Keyport, Councilman John Kovacs is endorsing Gooch and her fiscally conservative values. They join their Bayshore area legislators Senator Joe Kyrillos, Assemblyman Sam Thompson and Assemblywoman Amy Handlin, who were among the earliest Gooch supporters.
The 6th district covers portions of Middlesex, Monmouth, Somerset and Union counties.