Assemblyman Parker Space confirmed today that Sussex County Commissioner Dawn Fantasia and Chester Mayor Mike Inganamort will be his running mates in the 24th Legislative District race.
“I’m honored to announce that I will be running on a ticket with Sussex County Commissioner Dawn Fantasia and Chester Township Mayor Mike Inganamort,” said Space. “Dawn and Mike are proven conservatives who will bring new energy and fresh ideas to Trenton, while continuing the strong conservative leadership District 24 has come to expect.”
“Mike and I are honored to be running with Assemblyman Space, who has served our communities with true grit and determination for years as a Sussex County Freeholder, Assemblyman, small business owner, and a volunteer firefighter. As a united and energetic team, we will fight for parental rights, defend our Constitutional rights to protect our families, and fiercely advocate for the critical resources we need and deserve in northwest New Jersey.”
Chester Mayor Mike Inganamort, who grew up in Sussex County, said he was proud to join Space’s team. “Dawn and I are running to ensure our communities have the conservative representation needed in Trenton. We are excited to be running with Assemblyman Space to cut taxes, support our small businesses, and defend the conservative values that make northwest New Jersey the special place it is.”
Space emphasized the need for a proven conservative fighter in the Senate.
“The ‘woke’ agenda pushed by Governor Murphy and Trenton Democrats has trampled on the rights of parents to make the best educational decisions for their children, usurped the Constitutional rights of Second Amendment supporters, passed extreme abortion measures that allow for abortion up until birth, and slammed small businesses with their excessive lockdowns,” said Space. “Even worse, their incompetence killed thousands of seniors in our nursing homes; holding them accountable for it will be a priority for me in the State Senate and for Dawn and Mike in the Assembly.”