Rosemary Becchi Declared Winner of Primary in New Jersey CD-11

For Immediate Release
July 7, 2020

Contact: Audrey Lane 
Tel: (973) 370-3853

Parsippany, NJ – Tonight, Rosemary Becchi was officially declared the winner of the Republican nomination for CD-11. Upon receiving the nomination, she released the following statement:

First and foremost, I want to thank the people of New Jersey’s Eleventh Congressional District who have supported my campaign and trusted me with your vote in this primary. I am humbled by the support, time, money, and effort that people from across the district have put forward to help us in our campaign. I am honored to be the Republican party nominee for Congress in New Jersey’s 11th District.

Tonight, is only a first step forward towards returning our District to a Representative who will be just that – a Representative of this District – not Nancy Pelosi’s liberal agenda.

From now until November 3rd and beyond I will keep fighting for the people of New Jersey- for our small business owners and employees, our first responders, our police officers who feel underrepresented in Congress right now, and our families. Somehow, the people of CD-11 have become secondary to the liberal left agenda. We need to make sure the voices of the people of our district are heard through the general election and in short order in the halls of Congress.

We need to advocate for policies that will stimulate the economy, create more good jobs and make New Jersey affordable so that generations of New Jerseyans can afford to stay in their home state.

My platform is straightforward, I intend to bring my financial experience and my unyielding desire to serve and help people to advance an agenda that will move our economy forward, rebuild trust with your Representative in Washington, and put people over hyper-partisan politics.

I am grateful for the support that has allowed my campaign to advance to this point. Thank you to the voters, my staff, and most importantly – my family of without whom none of this would be possible.”