Cullari not deterred by GOP Split in Congressional District 6, New Jersey

East Brunswick, NJ –   On March 16, the Monmouth County GOP selected Ernesto Cullari as their choice to defeat Frank Pallone.  Saturday, March 24, the Middlesex GOP voted Anna Little to take their line, making it clear they had no intentions of keeping the party in district 6 united during the most trying election cycle of our time.  

As of two weeks ago, Little was fiercely running for US Senate against Joe Kyrillos.  She campaigned by asking for donations and signatures from supporters.   Knowing her obvious failure, Little then decided to run against newcomer Ernesto Cullari.  Her decision came just days after Cullari’s announcement.

In 2010, Little was defeated by over 10% by incumbent Democrat, Frank Pallone. 

“It’s a shame we are dealing with a split line in District 6.  With the ballot having Obama on top this year, it would have been better for the Middlesex GOP to unite through the primary.  On Tuesday, June 5th the voters in both counties will decide which Republican they want to represent them against Frank Pallone.  After Anna Little’s approximate 10% loss in 2010, and failed U.S. Senate run, I think the choice will be clear to them.  Ernesto Cullari is focused on one thing; beating Frank Pallone in November and returning the position to the constituency of district 6”, said, Charles Measley, Campaign Manager.

“My team and I are undeterred that the Middlesex County GOP did not vote in our favor, but this in no way means we will back down.  Monmouth County GOP has put their trust in me to defeat Frank Pallone in November and that is what I intend to do.”  Congressional Candidate, Ernesto Cullari.  

Ernesto Cullari is a businessman, medical professional, and columnist for local newspapers. Ernesto is prepared to take the fight to Jersey’s most corrupt politician and the author of “Obama-Care”, Frank Pallone. 

For more information on Cullari for Congress you can find us on facebook at facebook.com/cullariforcongress and on twitter at twitter.com/ernestocullari or visit our website at www.CullariforCongress.com.

Posted: March 26th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: 2012 Congressional Races | Tags: , , , , , , , , | 19 Comments »

19 Comments on “Cullari not deterred by GOP Split in Congressional District 6, New Jersey”

  1. Rullo for Senate said at 9:15 am on March 26th, 2012:

    Rullo announced running for Senate months before any of the other canidates.

    Thus far most of the candidates have dropped out of the race except Rullo.

    Maybe the press will start covering Rullo when he submits his signatures on Monday?

  2. Union County Republican said at 9:21 am on March 26th, 2012:

    I was impressed with Rullo. He was nominated by the Union County Freeholder candidate Chris Novak. He got a second as well. His presentation indicates he is well educated and informed about the issues. The votes Rullo recieved included a well known councilman in Garwood.

  3. Rullobots SPREADING said at 9:23 am on March 26th, 2012:

    Great! The Rullobots are spreading throughout the state. I am sure the Rinobots for Kyrillos are thrilled, lol.

  4. Harold Kane said at 10:00 am on March 26th, 2012:

    Cullari will have to run “off the line” in Middlesex, as will Little in Monmouth. With the majority of registered Republicans in CD6 now in Middlesex and Little’s name recognition in Monmouth, in all likelihood she will get the nomination in June.
    Thanks to local Republicans, South Plainfield is now Republican.
    Whether party insiders like it or not Little took it to Pallone in 2010. Her’s was the best showing by a Republicans in years. For the record I live in CD12. In 2010 I ran for Middlesex County Clerk. Little, and her supporters, were an asset to my campaign as they distributed my, and the county Sheriff’s, literature. Her campaign was one of Republicans pulling together instead of everybody trying to run independent campaigns.

  5. Truth Is.. said at 10:27 am on March 26th, 2012:

    And we all know the long-proven ability of the Middlesex GOP to pick winning candidates… as opposed to the Monmouth organization…

  6. Rino Kyrillos said at 11:21 am on March 26th, 2012:

    West New York Mayor Roque got raided by the FBI at Mayor office & business office.

    Kyrillos mentioned endorsement by Roque around the state. Why would a liberal democrat from Hudson county endorse Kyrillos? Hmm?

    Between the donations of 5k from Solomon Dwek & now this?

  7. nbrefugee said at 11:49 am on March 26th, 2012:

    There appears to be a large amount of sour grapes over Little winning Middlesex. Middlesex run an open convention where any registered Republican can attend. It is not limited to party officials as most NJ counties do. If Little wins the primary in June, then she will face Pallone in the general election in November where, in case that you have forgotten, Obama and Romney will head their respective tickets. The voting for President will overwhelm the other ballot positions as upwards of 75% of registered voters will turn out. Most voters will vote the line of the president which could determine the Senate, House of Representatives, and many local races. In 1972 Richard Nixon elected two Republican freeholder in Middlesex County. That is the strength of the President. If Romney (NJ 55-45)is strong then both Little and Kyrillos probably will b elected. If he is weak (NJ 51-49( then it will probably be close. A strong local campaign can overcome a weak Romney.
    but whining and backbiting in March is not a good way to elect Republicans.

  8. Name (required) said at 12:12 pm on March 26th, 2012:

    Lies, lies, and more lies about Roque! Go back to the rock you crawled out of WinoRino.

  9. Roque FBI Raid NO LIE said at 12:24 pm on March 26th, 2012:

    Kyrillos was proud to point out the endorsement from his Hudson County Democratic friend Roque.

    Well that was until the FBI raided his office, home, & Mayor office?

    See Kyrillos endorsement & friend FBI raid information below to see for yourself. It is no lie!


  10. Fact said at 12:46 pm on March 26th, 2012:

    Anna Littel lost by over 10% in the biggest republican year since 1994.

  11. Bob English said at 1:29 pm on March 26th, 2012:

    I would not count on Romney getting anywhere near 50% (never mind 55%) of the vote in NJ unless he reverts to his pre Escher Sketch positions of several years ago.

  12. Kyrillos Loss to Pallone 1992 said at 1:31 pm on March 26th, 2012:

    1992 Pallone v.s. Kyrillos Congression Race

    Frank Pallone, Jr., Democrat 118,266
    Joseph M. Kyrillos, Republican 100,949

  13. Bob English said at 1:43 pm on March 26th, 2012:

    Regarding my above post, I just realized that nbrefugee was referring to the district and not the State regarding how well Romney might do.

  14. Lies lies lies, NO RAID said at 4:26 pm on March 26th, 2012:


    go back under your rocks!

  15. Politicker NJ & NJ.com Report Roque FBI Raid said at 6:04 pm on March 26th, 2012:

    Kyrillos made sure he did not mention his endorsement by West New York mayor Roque at Middlesex & Union County conventions.

    FBI raided Roque business & Mayor office. Hudson County Democrat endorsement gone bad, or should we say WILD!

  16. Joe said at 8:55 pm on March 26th, 2012:

    Anyone think this is just Rullo commenting over and over again? Comparing the endorsement of one elected official in Union to the thousands that Kyrillos have?

    I kinda feel sorry for rullo

  17. Rullo for Senate said at 9:01 pm on March 26th, 2012:

    More like Joe Kyrillos defending himself for accepting the FBI raided democratic mayor of West New York in Hudson County, lol. Right Joe & state cronies, lol. Maybe Rullo has allot more support then ya think!

  18. Ban the Bots! said at 10:35 pm on March 26th, 2012:

    These Rullobots just keep getting creepier and creepier, lol. Same spam over and over by the same bots, lol. Makes me wonder just how much time this army-of-one spends in the real world, lol.

    Oh, by the way, Rullo is a putz, lol.

  19. TeaPartyDem said at 2:24 pm on March 29th, 2012:

    So the Monmouth county GOP machine is supporting a Tea Party newcomer over Anna Little? Is this a joke, spite, shortsightedness or what? Question remains, why would the GOP support a newcomer over the veteran? I have conjecture only, no facts.
    In fairness, I have met Ernesto several times and find him refreshing. I have known Anna since 2010 and find her too, refreshing as compared to the usual political hacks. Of course, both are solid on the issues.

    I am a notorius Tea Party Democrat. Many of my beloved patriot friends ask me why I don’t switch parties. I have only to point to shenanigans like NJ CD-6 to bolster my point. In the meantime we have to start with cracks in the marxist/radical leftist dike holding back Democratic moderates and conservatives.