Wednesday, January 23, 2008


U.S. Senator John McCain's presidential campaign today announced that New Jersey State Senator Kevin O'Toole (R-Wayne), State Assemblyman David Russo (R-Midland Park) and State Assemblyman David P. Rible (R-Wall Township) have endorsed John McCain for president. These legislators will add their combined years of legislative and political experience to John McCain's growing grassroots organization in New Jersey.

"John McCain is the strongest and most prepared Republican candidate to restore Americans' trust in government, to cut wasteful spending, and to protect us from the threat of radical Islamic extremism," said State Senator Kevin O'Toole (R-Wayne), who serves as whip of the Senate Republican Caucus and Chairman of the Essex County Republican Party. "New Jersey voters especially appreciate John McCain's straight talk, his integrity, and his readiness to serve as commander in chief from day one. I am proud to support his candidacy for president."

"I support John McCain because of his unparalleled experience and leadership in the area of national security," explained State Assemblyman David Russo (R-Midland Park). "We need a leader who can face America's challenges and restore trust in our government. John McCain is that leader."

"Now more than ever, our nation needs an American hero like John McCain," said State Assemblyman David P. Rible (R-Wall Township). "John McCain is the only candidate who understands what it takes to keep our families safe and secure. His proven record of leadership on national security issues makes him the right leader for our country."

John McCain expressed his appreciation for Senator O'Toole, Assemblyman Russo and Assemblyman Rible's support, stating, "As representatives at the State House in Trenton, these leaders have displayed their service and commitment to the people of New Jersey. I'm proud to have Republican leaders and dedicated public servants like them as part of our organization as we work toward victory in the Garden State on February 5th."

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