September 2, 2010Fellow Republicans and Neighbors in Long Branch:For those of you who I have not already met by walking our neighborhood, pleaseallow me to introduce myself. My name is James Hogan and I am a fellow resident herein Long Branch. With the votes of your neighbors here in our small corner of LongBranch, I was duly elected as your Republican County Committeeman in Long Branch –District 10 in June 2010. Previously, I had been a candidate for US Congress in theJune 2008 Republican Primary and have spent many weekends supporting Republicancandidates through door to door efforts, and also writing letters and making phonecalls to our elected officials seeking their support for, or against, legislationthat has a direct, or indirect, impact on We The People. For those of you who I havemet prior to the June 2010 election and after, I thank you again for your vote and Ihope to continue earning your trust and support in future elections.Over the next few weeks leading up to the November elections, I will be makingan effort to visit each of your doors one at a time, if I haven't done so already,to discuss any issues important to you and make sure that you are satisfied with howour party is representing us on the issues. I'd also like to remind you to come outto vote this November 2nd for our Republican candidates, including Anna C. Little.Anna C. Little is a former Monmouth County Freeholder, current Mayor ofHighlands NJ and has earned the support of the Republican party as well as thesupport of various Tea Party groups in her campaign to become the Congresswoman forNJ Congressional District 6, which includes our local district, and is theCongressional District that has been represented, questionably, for over twenty-twoyears by career politician, Democrat Frank Pallone.With your help and support, we can elect Anna C. Little to US Congress and FireFrank Pallone. We can end Frank Pallone’s decade’s long career that has broughtabout higher taxes, more government spending, more government control of our livesincluding government control of health-care though “ObamaCare” - a bill written byFrank Pallone himself. We can end the career of a politician who has voted forgovernment bailouts and stimulus packages that we were against and, as we predicted,sunk our economy deeper into recession and failed to create jobs. We can end thecareer of a far-left, liberal politician who votes with his party instead of votingfor the people of his district. We can end the career of a politician who has anunearned reputation for being “good for the environment” but did nothing to stop orresolve the pollution of Branchport Creek here in Long Branch by Monmouth Park.I look forward to meeting each of you and please feel free to contact me withany issues or concerns you may have, my contact information is below and on theattached business card. Thank you again for your support and...Let's work together to send Frank Pallone to an early retirement on November 2nd!James P. HoganRepublican Committeeman618 McClellan St(732) 963-4606JHogan@LongBranchRepublicans.com
Today I am off to Neptune NJ to help Warren Lapp in his run for Neptune Township Committee.