Hispanic Republicans of North Jersey Announce Speakers for Lincoln Dinner in Hudson County on March 6th

Hudson County, NJ – The Hispanic Republicans of North Jersey announced the speakers for the Hudson County Lincoln Dinner on Saturday, March 6th from 5-9pm at The Factory (451 Communipaw Avenue, Jersey City, 07304).
The speakers will include Matthew Castaneda, Northeast Deputy Regional Director at Young Americans for Liberty; Billy Prempeh, founder and President of Revive America; Eric Arpert, Campaign Manager for Jack Ciattarelli for Governor; and Pastor Phillip Rizzo, candidate for the GOP gubernatorial nomination.

The dinner will include great conversation, celebrating Lincoln, and terrific food. Tickets for the dinner are 75$ and can be purchased here. Due to Covid-19 space is limited. For early sign-up use discount code “2024” before they run out.

Herminio Mendoza, President of the Hispanic Republicans of North Jersey stated that, “the great line up of grassroots GOP leaders deeply involved in Republican politics speaking at our Lincoln Dinner shows that Hispanic Republicans are being taken seriously.” He continued, “we are so excited to have all the Republicans who support outreach and activism, from across New Jersey, but especially from Hudson County, come together as one.”

From rallies to op-eds arguing for policies that help regular people not just the elite, standing up against the Democrat Machine to advocating for an active GOP in Hudson County and more, the Hispanic Republicans of North Jersey have been an important voice for Republicans in Hudson County and across north New Jersey.