We must fight to ensure we have transparent and honest elections now and into the future or we won’t have a country anymore.


The DC establishment doesn’t care about your God-given rights afforded to you under the US Constitution. We must protect the promise of the American Dream!


YOU know how to spend your money better than the Washington DC swamp. We will fight to cut taxes and eliminate wasteful spending.

Mike Crispi

U.S. House New Jersey District 4

Mike Crispi has been on the front-lines fighting the fake news media against their all-out assault on the America First movement and President Trump. He has spent his entire adult life in New Jersey and has had success both as a businessman and a conservative talk show host. Crispi has given a national platform to conservative issues not raised in the mainstream media and he has provided live coverage of Trump rallies to audiences of millions when the rest of the media simply would not show it. He knows from being up close and personal while covering the “Washington swamp” how badly it is operating and therefore knows how important this moment is in history. 

Ashley Lamb

Ocean County Commissioner

Ashley is a lifelong resident of Ocean County. She is a proud graduate of Philadelphia University with a Bachelors of Science. For the past 18 years she has worked in the beauty industry as a stylist, an educator, and a consultant. She is a small business owner, and active volunteer. In 2020, Ashley was elected to serve a 3-year term on the Toms River Board of Education. During her tenure, she has faithfully fought hard for the children, educators, and taxpayers alike. Ashley resides in Toms River with her loving husband, Justin.

Sergio Fossa

Ocean County Commissioner

Sergio Fossa is a homegrown New Jersey boy! Born and raised in Edison, he grew up the son of public school music teachers. He attended J.P. Stevens High School where he was heavily involved in the award-winning music program and graduated in 1999. He went on to earn a Bachelor of Music from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University in 2003 with a focus on trumpet and music education. During college, his family moved to Toms River where he has since resided for over twenty years. In 2003, he began his career as a public school music teacher. He met his wife Tammy at Grace Bible Church, where his family had begun attending in 2001, and in 2008, they married and bought a home also in Toms River, where they are currently raising their family. Sergio spent eighteen years as a successful public school band director, seventeen of those in South Brunswick.He is an unashamed and outspoken Christian, American, conservative, and Republican, and he is ambitious to bring about much-needed political reform that puts power and ownership back into the hands of the good citizens of Ocean County and the state of New Jersey.