[EDITOR’S NOTE: This article was initially mislabeled and was published as a news item instead of a letter to the editor.]
Sue Kiley raised more money in the first quarter of her campaign to unseat Congressman Frank Pallone than any previous Republican candidate to challenge the 34 year incumbent.
Kiley, the mother of five and grandmother of 13, raised $205,000 since she launched her campaign in mid-January in her quest to save our country from the radical far left government that is destroying our economy, threatening the safety of our families, perverting the education of our children, and destabilizing global security.
Kiley and her husband, a retired police officer, matched the first $100,000 donated to the campaign with their own investment in America’s future.
The boot strapped, volunteer driven campaign spent less than $20,000 in securing the endorsement of the Middlesex and Monmouth Republican organizations during the pre-primary period and has $202,000 cash on hand.
“I am humbled by and grateful for the confidence and trust my supporters have demonstrated by investing in this campaign,” Kiley said. “If we have learned anything about Frank Pallone in the last two years, we learned that he is not a leader. He is an enabler. Pallone has stood by while the radical fringe left of his Party has opened our borders, brought violence and deadly drugs into our communities, unleashed rampant inflation, skyrocketing energy prices, and brought the world to the brink of World War III.”
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“Pallone is not invincible. The voters of the 6th Congressional district are not left wing ideologues. They are common sense, hard working people who value their families and believe in the exceptional promise of America. This year we will elect a woman who represents the values and dreams of the residents of the district and we will restore common sense and normalcy to Congress.”