The Courier-Post has endorsed Republican Joseph Adolf, a former Mayor of Magnolia, for State Senator in the sixth district. Adolf faces incumbent James Beach (D-Voorhees), who won a special election convention in January for the seat of John Adler, who was elected to Congress.
“We’re backing Adolf because we think more fiscal conservatism is needed in Trenton, and Adolf would bring that. He knows that cutting property taxes is the most important issue. He wants to do a thorough review of state government and look at where services are being duplicated so operations can be made more efficient and less costly. That's a great idea,” the editorial said.
For the Assembly, the Courier-Post praised all four candidates, but endorsed Democratic incumbents Louis Greenwald (D-Voorhees) and Pamela Lampitt (D-Cherry Hill) over GOP challengers Scot DeCristofaro and Brian Greenberg.
“Lampitt has potential and could be a leader in the Legislature some day,” the Courier-Post said.