Jack Ciattarelli, the presumptive Republican nominee for governor of New Jersey, will be the guest speaker at the February 5 meeting of the Atlantic Highlands Republicans.
“I’ve known Jack for some time, and I’m delighted to be able to have him address our group,” said Councilman Brian Boms, the local GOP Chairman. “He served in the NJ General Assembly in the 16th district for 17 years and is a forward thinking man with a lot of great ideas and vision for success.”
A successful businessman who retired early after selling his companies, Ciatarelli holds an MBA from Seton Hall and is a Certified Public Accountant who knows how to make complex organizations work. He served in the General Assembly, on the Somerset Board of Chosen Freeholders, and as a Councilman in Raritan, term limiting himself from each of those offices.
“New Jersey residents deserve a state government that works,” Ciattarelli said. “We pay too much in taxes to be putting up with government that can’t deliver unemployment benefits, renew drivers licenses in a timely manner or protect our seniors and veterans in nursing homes. We need competent leadership in Trenton that understands New Jersey. If Governor Murphy understood how New Jersey works, our Counties would be managing vaccine distribution and the system would not be the fiasco we are enduring.”
“I’m thrilled to meet with Atlantic Highlands Republicans and I appreciate Chairman Boms’ invitation.”
The meeting will be held virtually at 7PM on Friday, February 5. For an invitation link please email [email protected]