Former Mayor of Brigantine, Phil Guenther wants to be a NJ Assemblyman. Opponents cite Guenther’s poor track record of fiscal management as one major hurdle he’ll have to overcome.
As supervisor of ACIT, Guenther is facing accusations that he’s in conflict with his full time, school job. Much like former Congressman Frank Lobiondo, Guenther sees no reason for term limits. With less than 25% of Brigantine homeowners able to vote, it’s been easy for Guenther to remain in control of Brigantine.
Former Brigantine Mayor Guenther Considered Weak Candidate for NJ Assembly Seat
Phil Guenther is blamed for blowing a golf course deal with Ron Jaworski.
The former Eagle quarterback wanted to bring his golf marketing expertise to the failing ‘Links at Brigantine’ golf course. This move could have helped diversify Brigantine’s stagnant economy. Jaworski is now bringing arena football to Boardwalk Hall, something that could tie-in nicely to legal sports betting in NJ.
South Jersey GOP’s long, slow decline.
Brigantine’s not so popular ex-mayor, Phil Guenther, aiming for a NJ Assembly seat.
South Jersey GOP Sore Loser rule. Will candidates adhere to that suggested way to play the game? Atlantic County GOP has weak track record in picking candidates that can win. Ex: Hirsh Singh. Former congressman Lobiondo accused of playing role in losing the 2D seat to Democrat Jeff Van Drew.