Lonegan Concedes NJ US Senate Election, Much Progress As Many Blue Counties Vote Red

New Jersey Second Amendment Society
New Jersey Second Amendment Society

New Jersey --(Ammoland.com)- Steve Lonegan has conceded that Corey Booker has won the special US Senate Election.

The New Jersey Second Amendment Society would like to thank all of our members and supporters for their time, effort, and contributions to the Lonegan campaign.

Even though Steve Lonegan did not win the election, some very promising facts have surfaced:

The counties of Cape May, Hunterdon, Mommouth, Morris, Ocean, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, and Warren all were in favor of Steve Lonegan. Last NJ US Senate race saw only 3 counties in favor of the Republican candidate. This special election showed 9 counties were ready for a change. Election Results by County ( http://tiny.cc/70n34w )

Atlantic, Cumberland, and Gloucester Counties were very close. Booker only carried each of these counties by 500 votes or less.

What these facts mean is that even though Hollywood and Bloomberg pumped large sums of money into the Booker campaign, it was not the slaughter they hoped for. More importantly, it shows that there is potential for a major shift in political party control for the Garden State come November 5.

We ask that everyone take a deep breath. There is a lot of work for all of us to do with the next election coming fast.

Stay strong!

Rich Petkevis
Executive Director

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New Jersey Second Amendment Society – Our mission is to promote the free exercise of Second Amendment rights within the community and Legislature of New Jersey, to educate the community regarding the enjoyable, safe, and responsible use of firearms, and to engender a sense of camaraderie and fellowship among the members and their families. Visit: www.nj2as.com

  • One thought on “Lonegan Concedes NJ US Senate Election, Much Progress As Many Blue Counties Vote Red

    1. NJ needs to change parties in the November election. Not changing the controlling party will cause disaster for the state.

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