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Grossman Defeats Establishment Candidate Singh in Congressional Primary

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ATLANTIC CITY-Seth Grossman, a former Atlantic County Freeholder and staunch supporter of the political agenda of President Donald Trump defeated Republican establishment candidate Hirsh Singh.

Grossman received 10,101 votes, over 2,000 more than Singh for the victory.  Sam Fiocchi finished third with 6,6068 votes and Robert Turkavage finished last with 1,839 votes.

For Singh, it was a campaign of impossible engineering as he and other establishment candidates split the waters of the establishment pool, allowing Grossman, who received not a single establishment county endorsement to walk straight through the political divide.

Grossman is also the man behind the social media “Liberty and Prosperity” movement with a growing following on Facebook.

“So many people worked so hard for so long to make this victory possible that it will probably take me the rest of the week to properly thank you all,” Grossman said after his victory. “Then we need to start working all over again to win in November. . . and Make America Great Again.”

Grossman will now face off against Democrat Jeff Van Drew in November for the highly coveted congressional seat.

Hirsh Singh exiting the election booth after casting his vote.
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