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Bramnick To Headline New Providence Council Candidate Event Wednesday

Council Candidates Alan Lesnewich, Gary Kapner will be available to discuss vision for New Providence at event, which is open to all. See guest donation information below.

New Jersey Assembly Leader Jon Bramnick, the “Funniest Republican,” will headline an entertaining evening of comedy and camaraderie with his famous stand-up comedy act this Wednesday, Oct. 3 at 7 p.m.

The event will be held at Creative Wallcoverings & Interiors, 560 Central Avenue in New Providence. Drinks and refreshments will be served throughout the evening, and attendees are welcome to stay for the first Presidential debate airing later that night on the big screen. 

Assemblyman Bramnick holds the title “Funniest Lawyer in New Jersey,” after winning contests sponsored by the NJ Bar Association at Rascals Comedy Club.

For more than fifteen years, he has volunteered his services as a comedic auctioneer on behalf of non-profit organizations entertaining audiences for charity, not votes.  For more than two decades, Bramnick has “left ‘em laughing” to benefit AIDS research, families who lost loved ones in terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, and countless other charities. 

Assemblyman Bramnick is serving his fifth term in the New Jersey General Assembly representing District 21. Elected by his colleagues in January of 2012, Bramnick serves as the Assembly Minority Leader, making him the highest-ranking member of the Republican Caucus in the Assembly. 

Joining Assemblyman Bramnick at the event this Wednesday are New Providence Borough Council Candidates Alan Lesnewich, a life-long New Providence resident, attorney, and current Council Member; and Gary Kapner, also a long-term New Providence resident and owner of Creative Wallcoverings and Interiors in the Borough. Both will be available to discuss their vision for New Providence.  

“By managing municipal taxes effectively, encouraging downtown growth, maintaining safe neighborhoods, ensuring a high standard of essential services, improving recreational facilities for all ages, and preserving the borough's charm and identity, we aim to serve the Borough residents' best interests in these challenging economic times,” says Councilman Lesnewich.

The event is open to all. 

Guest donations are $35 per person and $60 per couple, or become a sponsor for $250, which includes four tickets to the event, or a patron for $100, including two tickets for the evening.

Tickets may be purchased at the door or reserved in advance by sending a check payable to New Providence Republican Committee (NPRC) to NPRC c/o Bob Kallaur, 262 Woodbine Circle, New Providence, NJ 07974.  

For more information, please review the event flyer above, or visit the committee’s website, www.newprovgop.com.


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