Can John Bramnick save the New Jersey Republican Party? I hope so

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Can State Sen. John Bramnick save New Jersey’s Republican Party?

When I first came to New Jersey in 1987, it was a swing state. But over the years, as the national Republican Party drifted rightward, it became harder for New Jersey Republicans to win.

January 27, 2024;  New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States;  State Sen. John Bramnick, a Republican, announces his candidacy for governor of New Jersey at The Stress Factory.

January 27, 2024; New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States; State Sen. John Bramnick, a Republican, announces his candidacy for governor of New Jersey at The Stress Factory.

Now the party is burdened by Donald Trump’s definition of a missing leader. He is like the president of a third world country or a communist country. He despises people, but many love him. Why? I think a lot of people see that America has lost to the world, and want the “good old days” back (even if that’s not the case). They’re looking for a demagogue, and Trump fills the bill.

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Bramnick is one of the few Republicans who has not made a Faustian bargain with Trump. Bramnick is a situational man, but deception often works in politics.

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This article originally appeared on NorthJersey.com: Can John Bramnick save the New Jersey Republican Party?

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