A grand opening for the Gloucester County Republican Party’s headquarters for 2019 is scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday at its new location in the Towne & Country Center, White Marsh.
State Sen. Tommy Norment (R-Williamsburg) and Del. Keith Hodges (R-Middlesex) will cut the ribbon. Refreshments will be served.
Republican candidates for other local offices will also be in attendance including Sheriff Darrell Warren, John Dusewicz for Commonwealth’s Attorney, Treasurer Tara Thomas, JoAnne Harris for Commissioner of the Revenue, and Republican candidates for the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors Ashley Chriscoe (at-large), Mike Hedrick (Ware) and Chris Hutson (Gloucester Point).
As in years past, the headquarters will provide candidate information, yard signs and bumper stickers; as well as a variety of items available for donations, including Trump 2020 hats, buttons, lapel pins, socks and custom T-shirts coming soon, according to Gloucester Republican Party chair Pa...
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