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HADDON HEIGHTS – Upon learning Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi is coming to Camden County to help Congressman Donald Norcross kick off his re-election campaign next month Camden County Republican Chairman Rich Ambrosino said, “It was nice of the Speaker to provide us with advance notice of her visit to Camden County. It gives us time to plan a warm welcome. I hope she likes it.” Election

“It is my sincere hope that while Congresswoman Pelosi is here she can help us clear some things up,” Rich Ambrosino said. “For example, we’ve been dealing with the situation around former Assemblyman Arthur Barclay since the summer of 2018. Last September, I recalled that Congressman Norcross said, ‘This type of behavior is unacceptable under any circumstances,’ and asked that the Congressman join me in calling for the Camden County machine Democrats to stop protecting Arthur Barclay and explain how Barclay was transferred to a new job after resigning from the Assembly for ‘health reasons.’ Norcross, like every other Democrat in the state, has remained silent on that issue.”

Ambrosino added, “I’m sure, Pelosi, such a huge #MeToo advocate, might want to know how a man who admitted to punching his girlfriend in the face still has a county job. She might also ask why Norcross, with the influence he has as a member of Congress, has done nothing to get answers as to how someone he said displayed unacceptable behavior ‘under any circumstances’ was transferred to a new job in County government.”

“After getting answers to the Barclay situation maybe Congresswoman Pelosi can find out where the ‘thousands of jobs’ are Norcross promised would be created when he bragged about leading ‘the charge on getting the Economic Opportunity Act passed into law.’” Ambrosino said, “The Congresswoman can simply write her answers on a note and drop it out the car window to me when she arrives for her event with Norcross. I’ll be out there with many other Republicans to welcome her to Camden County. I’ll be the guy holding a Trump sign!”