Herminio Mendoza, Hispanic Republicans of North Jersey President, Endorses Joshua Sotomayor Einstein For Hudson County Republican Party Chairmanship

The President of the Hispanic Republicans of North Jersey, Herminio Mendoza, has endorsed New Jersey GOP State Committeeman Joshua Sotomayor Einstein, for Chairman of the Hudson County Republican Party, a position currently held by former Assemblyman Jose Arango.

The following press release was sent to local media this afternoon:

Herminio Mendoza, President of the Hispanic Republicans of North Jersey, Endorses Joshua Sotomayor Einstein for Hudson County Republican Chairman

Hudson County, NJ – Herminio Mendoza, President of the Hispanic Republicans of North Jersey, endorsed NJ GOP State Committeeman Joshua Sotomayor Einstein for Hudson County Republican Party Chairman today. Sotomayor Einstein has been waging a grassroots campaign for an active and out-loud county GOP in Hudson since he first got involved in the Republican Party in the county many years ago. He has been the vocal candidate for the chairmanship of the Hudson County Republican Party running against do-nothing current chair Jose Arango.

President Mendoza stated, “from helping the Hispanic Republicans of North Jersey and many other GOP leaning groups with events and media, organizing protests, Lincoln Dinners, phone banks, robo calls, door knocking, and literature drops – all in support of candidates; and so much more, Sotomayor Einstein has grown the GOP in our county more than anyone else.” He continued, “Sotomayor Einstein has my wholehearted support and endorsement for Chair of the Hudson County Republican Party. The current chair has done nothing for the GOP, doesn’t keep promises, and works for the Democrats; Sotomayor Einstein is the best choice, he is an actual Republican and is a man of his word.”

NJ GOP State Committeeman Joshua Sotomayor Einstein stated, “I am honored to have the endorsement of the President of the Hispanic Republicans of North Jersey, Herminio Mendoza, who has worked so hard to grow the Republican Party, not just in Hudson County but across northern New Jersey.” He continued, “Republicans in Hudson County need leadership that won’t be beholden to Democrats, but that will listen to and advocate for Republicans. Arango, the current chair and professional Republican-in-name-only, has had over a decade of failing on the job as chairman. For example – since 2014 the Hudson County Office of Superintendent of Elections has, in direct contradiction of state law, not had a Republican in the office but Arango hasn’t done anything about this because he works for the Democrats. I’m a real Republican and I’m running to build the Hudson County Republican Party.”