Monday, August 19, 2013

Christie Gets Huge Support From Hispanic Leaders

Adding to the broad and diverse base of support he has received from community leaders and business owners across New Jersey in his campaign for reelection, Governor Chris Christie today received the endorsement of several prominent Hispanic business leaders, and individual Hispanic business owners from across New Jersey. This new wave of support includes the Chairman of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey, the President of Essex County Latino-American Chamber of Commerce, the President of The Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce Foundation of Essex County, and more than 100 Hispanic-owned small businesses from across New Jersey.

“Governor Christie has a strong record of improving the climate for business in our communities by cutting taxes and red tape, getting the state budget under control without tax increases, and fighting for real tax relief to put money back in our families’ pockets,” said Carlos Medina, Chairman of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey. “Moreover, the Governor’s commitment to increasing diversity and Hispanic representation in government at all levels has been unquestionable. New Jersey needs his continued leadership and I am proud to stand alongside my fellow Hispanic Business Leaders to personally support Governor Christie for reelection.”

“I am extremely proud of the outpouring of support from individuals and organizations spanning New Jersey’s Hispanic community, including the business, law enforcement, advocacy and religious spheres,” said Governor Christie. “We are able to stand up together because we have worked together, developed relationships, and produced results. The big things we have been able to accomplish under my administration are not only helping our Hispanic small businesses, they are empowering the community with education opportunity and providing greater voice and representation in government. Today stands as another example of the bipartisan work and results we have produced for New Jerseyans of all backgrounds. I’m honored to accept the support of the Hispanic business community today.”

Since taking office, Governor Christie has fought for New Jersey’s taxpayers and businesses with reforms to grow the state’s economy, create jobs, and expand opportunity for families. Governor Christie has balanced four budgets without raising taxes, vetoed legislative Democrats’ attempts to raise taxes on small businesses, secured $2.35 billion in targeted, job-creating business tax cuts, put a 2 percent cap on property taxes, implemented the New Jersey Partnership for Action, cut regulatory red tape, enacted the GrowNJ program to expand job-creating business incentives, and expanded the Urban Transit Tax Hub program to increase investment in urban areas, such as the Teachers Village project in Newark.

New Jersey has added over 143,000 private sector jobs under Governor Christie, the best private sector job growth in a decade.

The Governor traveled to Belleville for a tour of Hispanic-owned small businesses and to accept the endorsements of the chamber presidents. The Governor was joined by Belleville Mayor Ray Kimble, Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo, Chairman of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey Carlos Medina, President of The Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce Foundation of Essex County Miguel Rodriguez, and President of the Essex County Latino-American Chamber of Commerce John Sanchez.

“Governor Christie has proven that he is not only committed to economic growth and job creation through the support of New Jersey’s small businesses, but that he is a true friend to the Hispanic community here in Essex County and across the state,” said John Sanchez, President of the Essex County Latino-American Chamber of Commerce. “The Governor has the right vision and proven record of job creation and economic growth that we need for another four years.”

"Over the past three and a half years, Governor Christie has shown his committment to restoring our state's economy through not only his words, but also by his actions. He's helped to get our state budget under control without raising taxes and has fought for smart, efficient tax relief, all of which has created a business-friendly environment here in New Jersey," said Miguel Rodriguez, President of The Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce Foundation of Essex County. "Governor Chrisite understands what the businesses in our state need to grow and prosper and for that, I am proud to endorse him for reelection."

Governor Christie has been endorsed by the National Coalition of Latino Officers, the Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey, the Passaic County Hispanic Clergy Organization, 33 individual leaders of the Hispanic clergy community, and elected officials representing communities with significant Hispanic populations, including Union City Mayor/Senator Brian Stack, Harrison Mayor Ray McDonough, Harrison City Councilmembers Laurence M. Bennett, Jesus R. Huaranga, James Doran, Victor Villalta, Carol Mandagilo, Michael Dolaghan, Francisco Nascimento, Anselmo Millan, and Paterson City Councilman Anthony Davis.

In addition to announcing the organizational support, Christie for Governor today released a bipartisan list of more than 100 individual Hispanic businesses and business owners, representing each of the state’s twenty-one counties, who are also publicly supporting the Governor for reelection.

Hispanic Business Owners From Across New Jersey Support Governor Christie:
Brianna Holding, LLC, Agustin Juarez, Lakewood
Alberths Computer School, Alberto Analuisa, Jersey City
Tech Manufacturing Company, Alberto Rodriguez, Hainesport
The Coro Latin Barbershop, Alex Berroa, Union City
Brothers Grocery and Deli, Alma de Perez, Lakewood
El Mercado, Alma de Perez, Lakewood
Puebla Travel, Alma de Perez, Lakewood
Hispanic Ventures LLC, Alwin Arce, Absecon
Vreeland Auto Sale & Repair, INC., Ana Rosa Vargas, Paterson
USA Architects, Arnie Untoria, Somerville
Casual Habana Cafe, Ben Rivero, Hackensack
Gel Spice Distributor, Benny Tejeda, Clifton
The Bismark Group, Bismark Delvillar, Jersey City
DeSoto's Jewelers, Caleb Soto, Vineland
Carlos A. Ferreira Attorney, Carlos Ferreira, Brick
Crestwood Jewelers, Dana Pulsinelli-Gonzalez, Manchester Township
Certified Early Childhood Education Expert, Danielle Castillo, Hackensack
Medical LLC, Dr. Hilda Castillo, Paterson
Route 46 Nissan, Edwin Ortiz, Totowa
Z & M Liquor Store, Elias Zakkak, Jersey City
Elmer's Photography, Elmer Alfaro, Paterson
6th Ave. Communications, Fausto Lantigua, Paterson
Aki-e Grocery Store, Fiordaliza Reyes, Jersey City
Frances Verdi Salon, Frances Verdi, Belmar
Better Way #2 Grocery Store, Frank Terrero, Jersey City
A Garcia Grocery & Deli, Franklin Garcia, Jersey City
Home Improvements LLC, Gerado Gonzalez, Middlesex County
La Isabela Dry Cleaner, Hector Gonzalez, Passaic County
Diamante Barber Shop, Henry Merette, Jersey City
Gomez Brothers Trucking, Inc., Herman Gomez, Parsippany
Hermigraphics, Herminio Mendoza, Jersey City
Hernando's Home Town Pharmacy, Hernando Perez, Vineland
Uncle & Nephew Rebuilder, INC., Iris Tejada, Paterson
Citywide Trucking Repair, Ismael Moronda, Jersey City
Jeffrey's Barber Shop, Jeffrey Vargas, Hudson County
City Barbershop, John De la Cruz, Jersey City
All Action Architectural Metal and Glass, John Quinones, South Plainfield
Easy Tires, Jose Luis Valdez, Paterson
Americas Alliance Group, LLC, Jose Sosa, Whiting
La Isla Restaurante, Juan Genao, Jersey City
Hatero Landscaping Service L.L.P., Juan Kivilier, Passaic County
JJ Auto Repair, Juan Pantaleon, Jersey City
Law Offices of Julio C. Morejon, PC, Julio C. Morejon, Esq., Union City
Kenny Grocery & Deli Store, Kenny Dely, Hudson County
El Sitio Grocery Store, Kenny Dely, Jersey City
Law Offices of Louis Zayaz, Louis Zayas, Esq, North Bergen
Dulce Beauty Supply, Luis & Dulce Espaillat, Passaic County
DeLaHoz-MarMar Enterprises, Luis DeLa Hoz, New Brunswick
Jesus Audio, Manuel Olivarez, Jersey City
San Miguel Grocery Store, Maria Caraballo, Jersey City
RPH - Farmacias Del Pueblo #2, Maria Olmos, Paterson
My Baby Dreams LLC, Maria Rivas, Paterson
Carmen Maria Beauty Salon, Maria Rodriguez, Jersey City
Echo Tech Enterprises, Mario Perez, Hudson County
The Ruiz-Mesa Insurance Agency, Mario Ruiz-Mesa, Vineland
Univesco, Mike Bernal, North Haledon
BBG Grocery Store, Miosoti Garcia, Jersey City
D'Mizael Sensation Barber Shop, Misael Guzman, Jersey City
Msings, Misael Heredia, Paterson
GMT Money Transfer, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Guiterrez, Paterson
Travel Agency, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Guiterrez, Paterson
Center Delli II, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gomez, Lakewood
Sweet Tush LLC, Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Gonzalez, Toms River
Five Brother Supermarket, Nagah Musbeh, Jersey City
Master Travel, Olga Aguasvivas, Paterson
Bagel Boss and Bakery, Oscar Zegarra, Clifton
Eisenberg & Gonzalez LLC, Osualdo Gonzalez, Esq., Union City
The Eye Expert Optical Hop, Oswaldo Castillo, Paterson
Protecom, Inc., Pedro H. Valdes, Teaneck
PNS Construction L.L.C., Pedro Ortiz, Paterson
P.A. Aquina & Co., PC, Peter Aquino, Wayne
Communipaw Tire Center, Porfirio Peralta, Jersey City
Quilvio Liquor Store Alliance, Quilvio Montesino, Paterson
Cuellar LLC-DBA Shoprite, Rafael Cuellar, Passaic/Clifton
PH Farmacias Del Pueblo #1, Ramon Tantalean, Paterson
Inca Cola, Randy Berman, Clifton
New Mini Market Grocery Store, Ricardo De La Rosa, Jersey City
New Mini Market #2, Ricardo De La Rosa, Jersey City
Rios Engraving, Rolando Rios, Morristown
Ruben's Smoke Stack, Ruben Abreu, Hackensack
Eyecare Plus NJ : The Private Practice of Dr. Steven D. Starkman, Steven Starkman, O.D., Cliffside Park
T.M. Family Grocery, Tirson Herrera, Newark
Malaga Restaurant, Angela Rodriguez, Trenton
A Plus Insurance Agency, Veronica Alfaro, Passaic
Pajaro Restaurant, Virgilio Pichardo, Jersey City
Excellent Home Health Care, Wilda Diaz, Paterson
World Style Barbershop, Zacarias De Oleo, Jersey City
Children's Learning Center, Christopher Castillo, Hackensack
Latino Barber Shop, Jose Tineo, Camden City
Co-Robinson Aerial, Carlos Medina, Hackettstown
Diaz Tree Farms, Dr. Gus Diaz, Tewksbury
Mendez Grocery, Domingo Mendez, Jersey City
Luna Neon, Juan Luna, Jersey City
Dental Clinics, Augusto Wong, DDS, North Plainfield
Legal Services, Katty Wong, Esq, North Plainfield
Gamboa Landscaping, Carlos Gamboa, Newton
Victor's Restaurant, Victor Ometa, Plainfield
ICOD Associates LLC, Anthony (Tony) Genaro Martin, Mullica Hill
Woodbine Dollar Plus, Eduardo Ortiz, Woodbine
El Mirador Sausage, Carmen Barrientos, Elizabeth
Frankye's Restaurant, Vicente Barrientos, Trenton
Emergency Pest Control, John Sanchez, Orange
Newark Mechanical Corporation, Joe Hernandez, Newark
Merit Operations Inc., Joe Rodriguez, Newark
New York Life Insurance, Bony Haro, Nutley
FP YouthOutCry, Angel Vargas, Newark
Newark Laundry, Robert Marcano, Newark
TAO Architects, Paulina Mancilla, Belleville
Newark Auto Mechanic, Ivan Lebron, Newark

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