NJ02: State formalizes Fitzherbert's ballot ejection amid recrimations
Save Jersey, April 12
Fitzherbert now has the opportunity to press his case with the Superior Court. “I’m formally appealing,” the candidate told Save Jersey on Thursday morning after this story originally ran.
Fitzherbert will appeal ballot removal
New Jersey Globe, April 10
Congressional candidate Brian Fitzherbert will appeal a judge’s ruling that removed 26 signatures from his nominating petition and knocked him below the 200-signature threshold needed to run for the second congressional district’s House seat.
GOP Candidate accuses Front Runner of Bouncing Him off Ballot
98.7TheCoast.com, April 10
One of the republicans who is seeking his party’s nomination to run for Congress in November is accusing the front runner of trying to get his name off the ballot. Brian Fitzherbert issued a scathing press release against Hirsh Singh, accusing Singh of trying to get his nomination off the primary ballot. Fitzherbert called Singh a quote “33 year old boy who lives at home with his parents”
Fiocchi Rams Singh in the Aftermath of Fitzherbert Ejection
InsiderNJ.com, April 10
Republican candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District, former Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi (R-2), assumed the role of elder chastising statesman as he oratorically grabbed whippersnapper Hirsh Singh by the scruff of his neck and laid into him.
Beaten by Singh in the convention season, Fiocchi sided with fellow one-county winner Brian Fitzherbert in the flap over Singh’s challenge to Fitz’s pettion sigs, identifying those 26 rejected signatures from Fitzherbert’s nominating petitions.
Ejected from the cd2 race, appealing fitzherbert tees off on singh
InsiderNJ.com, April 10
Dumped from the CD2 Republican Primary field on a judge’s order, an appealing Brian Fitzherbert fingered the challenge to his petition signatures as the handiwork of CD2 frontrunner Hirsh Singh.
Congressional Candidate Brian Fitzherbert was on WPG Talk Radio with host Harry Hurley once more on March 22, 2018 discussing the latest on the CD2 Race in South Jersey.
On March 19, 2018, Brian Fitzherbert sat down once again with the Mayor of the Morning to discuss the race for NJ02.
On March 14, 2018, Candidate Brian Fitzherbert sat down with Scott Cronick from New Talk Radio 1400AM to discuss his background in Defense & Aerospace and his run for the NJ02 Congressional Race.
Fitzherbert Wins Gloucester GOP's support as South Jersey counties present divided front
Save Jersey, March 16
Somers Point engineer and N.J. politics neophyte Brian Fitzherbert has earned the support of Gloucester County’s Republican Party, Save Jerseyans.
Gloucester GOP backs Fitzherbert for LoBiondo seat
New Jersey Globe, March 14
South Jersey congressional race wide open for Republicans.
Brian Fitzherbert, a 28-year-old engineer for a defense contractor, has won the GOP organization line in Gloucester County in his bid to succeed Frank LoBiondo in Congress.
Gloucester County GOP Endorses 2018 Ticket
Chairman Philbin calls Gloucester an emerging swing county-
For Immediate Release, Contact: Jim Philbin, firstname.lastname@example.org
East Greenwich – Gloucester County Republican Chairman Jim Philbin today announced his organization’s endorsed candidates for federal office in 2018 and he praised the party rank-and-file for a massive turnout at their first-ever Lincoln Reagan Day dinner held last Friday, which was headlined by former Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli as the keynote speaker.
“We had an excellent crop of candidates to interview this year, and each one of them understands how important Gloucester County is going to be to their path to victory in November,” said Chairman Philbin, who pointed out that Governor Christie won Gloucester County twice and President Trump won it in 2016. “Republican registration numbers in Gloucester County are growing at a faster rate than nearly every county in the state, and Governor Murphy’s big tax and spend budget announcement this week only pours fuel on that fire. Add to that Senator Menendez’s corruption case and his crony going to jail for Medicare fraud, and Republicans have a lot of reasons to feel confident about our prospects for success.”
The Gloucester County Republican Executive Committee announced the following candidates had secured the party line for the June Primary:
Bob Hugin for United States Senate
Paul Dilks for 1st Congressional District
Brian Fitzherbert for 2nd Congressional District
Who are the GOP Candidates that could follow Frank LoBiondo?
OCNJ Daily, Press Release March 11
New Jersey’s Second Congressional District encompasses a vast swath of territory in the southern part of the state – eight counties and 92 towns.
Brian Fitzherbert returns to WPG Talk Radio to discuss his run for CD2
On February 28, 2018, Brian returned to WPG Talk Radio with Hurley in the Morning and talks about his campaign and the new candidates that have entered the race. He also speaks about his background in Defense & Aerospace and his push to expand the William J. Hughes Technical Center in Atlantic County. Part 1/4
In Part 2, Fitzherbert is asked about the possibility of a rigged Republican Convention in each county of CD2 with Harry Hurley on WPG Talk Radio. Also, discussed is the possibility of a contested June 5th, 2018 Republican Primary.
In Part 3, Fitzherbert talks more about the other candidates in the race for CD2 and goes deeper into his background in Defense and Aerospace. He also speaks about being fully vetted by the FBI for his Top-Secret Clearance.
In the final part of Brian's interview return to WPG Talk Radio with Harry Hurley, he speaks about his engineering skill sets and ability to solve technical problems in the Defense and Aerospace Industry.
Fitzherbert Announces Run for Congress
Cape May Herald, Press Release
SOMERS POINT – Brian Fitzherbert, of Somers Point, announced his candidacy Jan. 24 for New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Somers Point's Brian Fitzherbert joins race for 2nd District Congress seat
Press of Atlantic City,Jan 25, 2018
Republican Brian T. Fitzherbert announced his candidacy Wednesday for New Jersey’s 2nd District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Somers Point Man To Pursue Second Congressional District Seat
Brian Fitzherbert announces his run for the United States House of Representatives in New Jersey's 2nd District on WPG Talk Radio
On January 24, 2018, Brian announced his candidacy exclusively on WPG Talk Radio 104.1 with Hurley in the Morning! Part 1/4
On January 24, 2018, Brian announced his candidacy exclusively on WPG Talk Radio 104.1 with Hurley in the Morning! Part 2/4
On January 24, 2018, Brian announced his candidacy exclusively on WPG Talk Radio 104.1 with Hurley in the Morning! Part 3/4
On January 24, 2018, Brian announced his candidacy exclusively on WPG Talk Radio 104.1 with Hurley in the Morning! Part 4/4