The proven conservative team of Parker Space for Senate, Dawn Fantasia for Assembly, and Mike Inganamort for Assembly today announced the creation of their “Mayors for Parker, Dawn & Mike” coalition – with mayors representing two-thirds of the district’s population signing on.
“Families, seniors, and small businesses in our district have been hammered by Governor Murphy’s spending binge, compounded even more by Joe Biden’s record inflation,” said Assemblyman Parker Space, a former mayor of Wantage and local small business owner. “Every vote I make in Trenton, I’m thinking about the impact on small towns and the property taxpayers who foot the bill. They need a voice in Trenton, because the ‘woke’ big-city politicians certainly aren’t going to listen to them.”
“Phil Murphy couldn’t care less about the mayors and towns in the 24th Legislative District,” said Commissioner Dawn Fantasia, a former Franklin Borough Council President. “Local mayors I speak to know that if we want our fair share of investment from Trenton, we need conservative work horses in Trenton, not show horses. That’s exactly what Parker, Mike, and I will be – and our small towns will have champions they can count on.”
“As a mayor, I see firsthand the State of New Jersey’s punishing attitude toward municipalities and property taxpayers, especially with this year’s severe state-mandated cost increases in healthcare premiums and pensions,” said Mayor Mike Inganamort of Chester Township. “The result is that municipalities are cutting local services to fund a more bloated state government. The madness must end.”
Mayors supporting the Space, Fantasia & Inganamort ticket, in addition to Mayor Mike Inganamort himself, include:
Former mayors supporting the ticket, in addition to Assemblyman Parker Space himself, include: