Anne Evans Estabrook, businesswoman and former N.J. Chamber of Commerce Chairman, today announced that Hudson County Chairman Jose Arango and Atlantic County Chairman Keith Davis are joining her U.S. Senate Campaign Committee.

Arango and Davis join eight other Republican County Chairmen and more than three dozen other Republican elected officials, business and community leaders that are part of the Campaign Committee.

?Change is coming,? said Atlantic Chairman Keith Davis, ?Anne Estabrook is the leader we need to provide a common-sense approach to finding solutions for New Jersey?s affordability crisis.?

Elected officials and Republican leaders already on the list include: State Senator Diane Allen, State Senator-elect Jennifer Beck, Assemblyman and Republican Conference Leader Peter Biondi, Roxbury Township Clerk Bettylou DeCroce, Camden County Republican Chairman Rick DeMichele, former RNC finance chair Lewis Eisenberg, Congressman Mike Ferguson, Former Senate Minority Leader Tom Gagliano, Assemblywoman Amy Handlin, Assemblyman Sean Kean, Hunterdon County Republican Chairman Henry Kuhl, State Senator Joe Kyrillos, Former Republican State Chairman Virginia Littell, Union County Republican Chairman Phil Morin, Former Morris County Freeholder Director Carol Murphy, Gloucester County Republican Chairman Loran Oglesby, Bergen County Republican Chairman Rob Ortiz, Salem County Republican Chairman Paul Reed, Warren County Chairman Doug Steinhardt, Candy Straight, Monmouth County Republican Chairman Adam Puharic, and former Congressman Dick Zimmer.

?I?m honored to have the support of these leaders as I campaign,? said Estabrook, ?Together, we will bring a message of making New Jersey more affordable for our families by controlling spending and cutting taxes.?

Estabrook is the CEO and Principal of Elberon Development Co., a New Jersey real estate company. A respected leader in the state?s business community, Estabrook has served on corporate boards and as the first-ever woman Chairman of the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce. New Jersey Biz recently named her one of the top 50 women business leaders in the state. She was the 2001 Chairman of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP).Estabrook chaired the Lay Board of Trustees for the Delbarton School in Morristown for 5 years and served on the Board of Trustees at Cornell University for 10 years. She has also been an active member of her church and is a trustee of Catholic Charities in the Newark Archdiocese.

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