Anthony Giordano, a member of the Trenton Zoning Board for the last decade and a 2013 Republican Candidate for the state Assembly, has announced that he is again exploring another run for a 15th District seat this year.
“With a seat opening up in the Assembly in the 15th District, there is no better time that the present to provide a fresh perspective and a new direction for the voters of the 15th District,” he said. “After 20 years of failed ‘tax, spend and regulate’ liberal policies, it’s time for a change.”
“Unlike my Democrat counterparts, I look forward to an engaging and open primary process to determine who will earn the opportunity to be the voice of the voters in our 15th District,” he said. “I believe the path to progress for the residents of our District is to help restore our lost liberties and promote an environment where working hard and achieving prosperity is applauded and rewarded, not denigrated and punished.”
Giordano said over the next several weeks he will be reaching out to Republican officials and voters in the district to gauge their interest in him being a candidate.
“It is affront to our representative system of government for the supposed open and inclusive Democrat party to be strong-arming candidates out of the selection process, as was done recently with Freeholder Sam Frisby,” he said. “The people of the 15th District deserve better.”