OPINION: MacArthur A Leader For NJ

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During the last midterm election, four years ago, the nation was experiencing a wave of voter discontent. It was at this time that Congressman MacArthur was elected to the New Jersey 3rd Congressional seat. It was also when Republicans expanded their majority in the House, gained control of the Senate for the first time in eight years, and total control of Congress. With the 2016 election of President Donald Trump, Congressman MacArthur and the Republicans finally had the opportunity to make a real difference for our country.

During Congressman MacArthur’s time in office, his years of previous experience in the business world, his unquestioned support and dedication to the men and women in the military and our national defense and his commitment to tackling the Opioid epidemic, have made him a valued member in the House. One need only look at his record of reforming FEMA in wake of Superstorm Sandy and his efforts to save Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, to see how valuable his leadership has been. This is what I like most about Congressman MacArthur. He is a trailblazer and a leader, not a follower.

Under the leadership of Congressman MacArthur and the Republican-led Government, you can see for yourself that the economic engine of the United States is booming, and the unemployment rate among all Americans stands at record lows. Companies and jobs are coming back to America, like never before. Thank you Tom MacArthur, for your important contributions to the improving of conditions in our country.

After years of defeatist Democratic policies, in which we were told that America’s best days are behind us, it is refreshing to see people being positive and optimistic about the future.

Lloyd Mullikin
Bayville

 

 

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