Paul DeGroot for House of Representatives (District 11 – NJ)

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New Jersey, April 20, 2022, TIO: The Parsippany American Indian community has planned a “Meet and Greet” event and fundraiser in honor of Paul DeGroot who is running for House of Representative for District 11 in New Jersey. The Primary election is going to be held in June and it is expected that Paul DeGroot will be the Republican nominee to take on Democratic incumbent Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill. The event is expected to be attended by the American Indian Community from Essex, Morris, and Passaic Counties.
The event is planned for April 28th from 6:30 p.m. onwards at 8 Campus Drive, Parsippany, NJ 07054. The Organizers; Rajendar Dichpally, Mahender Reddy, Santosh Peddi, and Bhagwan Pingle hope to ensure good attendance at the event and enlist the support of the American Indian Community. District 11 has been a traditionally Republican stronghold and it is expected that with the support of the American Indian community, Paul DeGroot will be able to win back the seat for Republicans with a surprise victory in the forthcoming primary election and the then again in the November General election.
Paul is a strong advocate of PARENT’S RIGHTS IN EDUCATION, AMERICAN LIBERTY & FREEDOM, The US CONSTITUTION, ENERGY INDEPENDENCE for the Country, a STRONG AMERICAN ECONOMY that creates strong industry and good-paying jobs for Americans and CONTROLLING INFLATION. He is also a strong proponent of LEGAL IMMIGRATION and believes in strong measures that curb illegal immigration. He supports STRONG BORDER SECURITY and is a big SUPPORTER OF SENIOR CITIZENS AND VETERANS.
Paul retired from the Passaic County Prosecutors’ office after 25 years of service where he worked as Chief Prosecutor for Homicide, Narcotics, and Government Corruption; he currently runs a successful Law Firm.
The April 28th event is expected to enlist the support of the American Indian Community for Paul DeGroot. Any questions please call Rajendar Dichpally at (973) 996-0768 or Hari Eppanapally at (973) 454-3394

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