Election

19-Year-Old NJ High School Grad Wins School Board Seat After ‘Awful’ Year of COVID Rules

posted by Hannity Staff - 11.05.21

A young man in New Jersey won a local school board seat after suffering a year of “awful” COVID rules and regulations for himself and other students in the Garden State.

Nicholas Seppy, now 19, defeated school board incumbent Terry Alabarda in the Egg Harbor Township School District in Atlantic County.

“Parents were not being listened to,” said Seppy.

The 19-year-old won 4,000 votes compared to the incumbent’s 2,800.

 

“Seppy said the COVID-19 rules at Egg Harbor Township High School were ‘awful’ and affected about three-quarters of his senior year, and he disliked the ‘hybrid’ approach of remote learning mixed with some days of in-person classes,” reports Fox News.

“When he takes his seat on the board, Seppy says, he plans to push for more vocational training for students and expand education in civics to help prepare students for both jobs and active citizenship,” adds Fox.

“It is my intention to serve with the upmost integrity when making decisions on behalf of the public and the staff to make a more prosperous and safer district,” Seppy said in a statement to the Press of Atlantic City before the vote.

Read the full report at Fox News.

BREAKING: NJ Truck Driver Who Spent $153 on Campaign Leads Longtime Dem State Senate President

posted by Hannity Staff - 11.04.21

A Republican truck driver in New Jersey who spent $153 on his entire campaign is on track to defeat 11-year incumbent Democrat Senate President Steve Sweeney; a crippling blow to progressives across the Garden State.

“I didn’t beat him. We beat him,” 62-year-old Ed Durr said on “Fox News Primetime” late Wednesday. “The state of New Jersey, the people of New Jersey beat him. They listened to what I had to say and I listened to what they had to say, and it’s a repudiation of Governor Murphy [who] went and locked us down and ignored the people’s voice and senator Sweeney chose to do nothing for those 18 months.”

“You cannot tell people they can’t have a job. You can’t tell people they can’t go to church. And that’s what was done. And there was nothing done by the legislature, so this was the people’s voice being made heard clear,” he added.

“I’m going to guarantee one thing. I will be the voice and people will hear me because if there is one thing people will learn about me, I got a big mouth and I don’t shut up when I want to be heard. I’m going to be heard,” he added.

Read the full report at Fox News.

IT’S OFFICIAL: 62-Year-Old Truck Driver Defeats ‘One of the Most Powerful Democrats in New Jersey’

posted by Hannity Staff - 11.04.21

A Republican truck driver in New Jersey who spent $153 on his entire campaign defeated 11-year incumbent Democrat Senate President Steve Sweeney; a crippling blow to progressives across the Garden State.

“I didn’t beat him. We beat him,” 62-year-old Ed Durr said on “Fox News Primetime” late Wednesday. “The state of New Jersey, the people of New Jersey beat him. They listened to what I had to say and I listened to what they had to say, and it’s a repudiation of Governor Murphy [who] went and locked us down and ignored the people’s voice and senator Sweeney chose to do nothing for those 18 months.”

“You cannot tell people they can’t have a job. You can’t tell people they can’t go to church. And that’s what was done. And there was nothing done by the legislature, so this was the people’s voice being made heard clear,” he added.

“I’m going to guarantee one thing. I will be the voice and people will hear me because if there is one thing people will learn about me, I got a big mouth and I don’t shut up when I want to be heard. I’m going to be heard,” he added.

Read the full report at Fox News.

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