Modern Whig state assembly candidate profiled in The Trentonian

The Modern Whig Party’s first candidate for office and their only candidate on the ballot this November is Gene Baldassari, a New Jersey State Assembly candidate in the 14th district.  The Trentonian recently ran this piece profiling him:

HAMILTON — Gene Baldassari, a Hamilton resident and lifelong Republican, said New Jersey has been ruined by the partisan political battles between the GOP and Democratic Party.

In fact, Baldassari said things have gotten so bad that he decided to run as a Modern Whig Party candidate for a seat in the New Jersey Assembly.

“The reason for ending the political bickering is so we can have fiscal responsibility,” said Baldassari, who blames both the Democratic and Republican parties for New Jersey having the highest property taxes in the nation.

“We have to break this two-party paralysis. They have been working across party lines — and this is what we’ve gotten,” Baldassari said of the GOP and Democratic Party. “They are not representing the citizens…

5 thoughts on “Modern Whig state assembly candidate profiled in The Trentonian

  1. Green Party fan

    Good debate on MSNBC last night between Green Party’s Ralph Nader
    and
    Chair of U.S. House Banking Committee
    Barney Frank..

    Greens supporting Elizabeth Warren for new Chair of Consumer Protection for Banking

    You Tube video here

  2. Third Party Revolution

    We here at Third Party Revolution endorse Gene Baldassari in his campaign for New Jersey State Assembly 14th district, along with many other third party and independent candidates seeking public offices nationwide, ranging from local to federal levels.

  3. Dennis

    First off, Nader is not a Green. He is an independent.

    Also, independents and third parties have a good shot in NJ on Tuesday.

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