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Many N.J. Republicans still on the fence as a primary draws near


One voter, Stella Ujszaszi, already mailed in her ballot for Singh.

“I read an article about him … and I like what he had to say,” said Ujszaszi, who added she used to be a Democrat and voted for former President Barack Obama.

Stella Ujszaszi of Toms River, N.J., a Trump supporter, says Hirsh Singh has her vote for governor. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

She changed her affiliation to Republican in 2016, saying she didn’t like the way Obama governed.

As for Singh, Ujszaszi said she appreciated his diehard support for former President Trump.

“I voted for him, so yeah,” she said.

Gresser said her continued support for Trump is motivating her to vote in Tuesday’s primary, and is narrowing down her choice to Singh or Rizzo.

The candidate that would earn the edge for her would “improve the world for the kids nowadays and get rid of these damn masks and tell us the truth of what is really going on and not lie to us.”

Ciattarelli, who once called Trump a “charlatan,” has since come out in support of the former president’s policies. On the campaign trail, he has declared himself a “New Jersey Republican” as opposed to a “Trump Republican” in an appeal to moderate voters in a Blue state.

Hedy Fillimon is a Republican voter in Toms River, N.J. She says honesty is what she wants from the candidates for governor. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

Hedy Fillimon said she’s more focused on state issues. But like Gresser, she’s also looking for the candidate she thinks is honest.

“I can only hope for complete honesty in anything that’s ever said,” she said.



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