David Richter Raised $413,000 During the
Third Quarter for CD2 Congressional Race
AVALON, NJ – David Richter, the Republican candidate running to represent New Jersey’s Second Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, filed his third quarter financial report earlier today with the Federal Election Commission and announced raising an impressive $413,000 during the quarter and finished with $390,000 cash-on-hand.
Richter brought in $113,000 from contributors in just seven weeks since announcing his candidacy on August 12th. He also added $300,000 of his own…
Emergency managers from Bexar and surrounding counties gathered Thursday for a workshop to help them prepare for natural disasters; not for floods or tornadoes or hurricanes — but for earthquakes.
More than 40 officials met at the main office of the Alamo Area Council of Governments on Tesoro Drive.
They learned that small earthquakes quakes are very common in South Texas.
The workshop was organized by the Memphis, Tennessee-based Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium. They work to prevent injuries, deaths and the loss of property from earthquakes.
The consortium receives funding from…
WHITESBORO – The first Cape May County Million Fathers March happened in Whitesboro Oct. 5.
According to a release, Millions Fathers March is a national initiative that raises awareness about the importance of engaging fathers and male caregivers in support of student wholeness and academic success.
A community event, which organizers want to make an annual happening, is for recognizing and celebrating fathers.
The organizations that helped organize the event were Caring For Kids NJ, 609 Nutrition Spot, Atlantic Cape Community College, Middle…
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Former Hill International CEO David Richter has raised $413,000 for his bid to unseat freshman Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D-Dennis) in New Jersey’s 2nd district.
He has put $300,000 of his own money into the campaign.
Richter, one of three Republicans looking to take on Van Drew, finished his first six weeks of fundraising with $390,000 cash-on-hand.
“It is imperative that our party nominates a candidate who can run a well-funded, first-class campaign against Jeff Van Drew, who is one of…
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Democratic U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew may be doing all he can not to alienate his relatively pro-Trump district, but the Republican race to replace him is intensifying.
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Yesterday, Republican challenger David Richter disclosed a $413,000 fundraising haul, though almost three-quarters of it came from a self-loan.
Richter — a former HIll International CEO who just moved to the district from Princeton on Saturday — is emphasizing that money is important in this…