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Hassan Shehadeh, NJ-4 Candidate, Withdraws From Race

Hassan Shehadeh of Freehold, New Jersey has withdrawn from NJ-4's Congressional race.

By Ian Nugent in goings on · Jan 20
Hassan Shehadeh (NJ-4 Candidate). Photo by Ali Nugent / The Hum.

“After going through some assessments and thorough analysis of my chances in winning the democratic nomination for NJ CD4, I decided to withdraw my nomination.

I would like to wish the remaining candidates the best of luck and I will be available to help in any way I can to help promote my solutions for whichever candidate that gets the nomination.

Thank you for the opportunity you gave me to share my ideas on how to solve some of the pressing issues facing our district and nation in general.”

—Hassan Shehadeh

He was running a unique campaign centered on what he described as realistic solutions to pressing issues. Now, there are three candidates remaining in the race: Stephanie Schmid, Christine Conforti, and David Applefield.

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