By Avi Solomon
Herschel Herskowitz is challenging Bob Singer in the Republican Primary for the NJ Senate seat of the 30th district, which includes Lakewood, Jackson, Howell and a few other smaller cities. I will be voting for Herschel for numerous reasons, which are as follows.
Secondly, Herschel has creative ideas that I believe have potential to lower property taxes in NJ, improve education, create jobs, and manage our state in a better fashion than it is currently being managed.
Thirdly, Herschel has a resilient fighting spirit, which is evident from the fact that he still fights the fight that he believes in for Lakewood and New Jersey. After having his name besmirched by his political enemies and having a heart attack Herschel refuses to give up his cause to end corruption and better Lakewood and NJ.
Finally, Herschel has a heart of gold. There are endless stories of people whom he has helped even at great financial sacrifice. He is a man who believes in charity and giving to those less fortunate than himself.
In conclusion, I have listed a few reasons why I am endorsing Herschel Herskowitz. I could mention many more, but I do not have time to write a book. I am not saying Herschel is perfect. I don’t always agree with his ideas or political tactics. However, in a race between Singer and Herschel I don’t understand how the choice isn’t pushat that one should vote for Herschel or at least don’t vote at all. One thing I do know is that a vote for Singer is a vote against Hashem and His holy Torah.