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After strong showings in Egg Harbor Township, Northfield and Somers Point, the Polistina, Guardian & Swift ticket are continuing their winning ways with another key Republican win in Linwood.

The Atlantic County Republican Convention is less than one week away, on Saturday, March 20, 2021.

Today, the Linwood Republican Club formally announced their endorsement of Vince Polistina for State Senate, and Don Guardian and Claire Swift for the New Jersey General Assembly.

Harry Hurley - Chris Coleman Photo
Harry Hurley - Chris Coleman Photo

"I am proud to receive and announce the support of the Linwood Republican Club," Polistina said. "Linwood and their club members recognize the importance of choosing the strongest potential ticket to represent the residents of Legislative District Two in the November election.”

"I am honored to have their support, in addition to the other clubs within the district. We will work tirelessly for the residents in our district, whether we have received their endorsement or not. It feels good to know that Linwood and other local Republican clubs believe in us, we won't let them down." concluded Polistina.

Polistina, Guardian, and Swift are also expected to fair very well in another very rich delegate rich (Atlantic County Committee municipality), Hamilton Township, whereby Mayor Charles Cain personally endorsed Polistina on the same day that Polistina announced his candidacy for the New Jersey State Senate.

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