A Message From Scott Sipprelle

Dear Friends and Supporters,

Tracy and I are so grateful for your tireless support and friendship. It has been the thrill of a lifetime to have had the opportunity to address your concerns and represent your aspirations.

While this campaign will be quickly forgotten, the cause which united us will not, and can not, fade. More important than winning one election is our shared and urgent priority to repair the nation.
Please stay committed to the cause.

Posted: November 3rd, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Scott Sipprelle | Tags: | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “A Message From Scott Sipprelle”

  1. Other than said at 2:45 pm on November 3rd, 2010:

    being too nice, I thought Scott ran a professional, issues-oriented, positive, and energetic campaign, wish I could’ve voted there.. another sad and great loss to the people!..that being said, maybe both Scott and Anna were both far too “nice”, and didn’t attack these shameless libs’ horrid records enough: their opponents’ lies and mis-statements on their positions needed a stronger retort!.. ..it’s SO disheartening, in both 6 and 12, that these stupid, inner-city,mostly NON-taxpaying voters, get to force this regressive, unfair, and expensive agenda on the rest of these districts’citizens!: note to the Gov. and Co.: it’s beyond time to pay REAL close attention to the re-districting, this time!!!

  2. MLaffey said at 5:09 pm on November 3rd, 2010:

    Scott is a class act.

    Makes you wonder what is in the water that those mercer county people are drinking.

  3. TimS said at 2:35 pm on November 4th, 2010:

    other than,
    Fair point but the re-districting is complicated in NJ (more so this time around because of a vacancy at the NJ Supreme Court) and while Christie may have some say ultimately, the system is not designed the way it is in other states where state legislatures makes these decisions.

    That said, I hope and pray that we in NJ12 can find a way to get rid of Holt one day. Anyone know how NJ goes about dropping one district? Does this bipartisan commission just vote on which district to say goodbye to before they re-draw the map?