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19 Year Old Wins School Board Race In New Jersey!


School boards are a lot like your neighborhood H.O.A.

They’re useless, and full of authoritarian busy bodies who wouldn’t survive a single day doing a real job that required actual creativity, brainpower, and grit.

Maybe that’s why one of these individuals was recently defeated by a 19 year old boy from New Jersey…..

Nicholas Seppy, a former student of Egg Harbor Township High School, took on his local school board, and defeated one of the incumbent members.

Seppy cites ‘awful’ Covid-19 rules and restrictions as the reason for his victory, and this is a wonderful thing. This is a signal, a signal that the Covid cult is losing, and will soon face a swell of righteous anger from the people.

Everyone is beyond fed up, and rightfully so. This regime continues to hang onto Covid-19 as some sort of life preserver to keep them from drowning in an ocean of their own incompetency and failure….

Their underlings and lackeys in local government are no different.

Let this be a stark reminder to you all that we decide when this is over. Not them. They can’t even keep drugs out of their maximum security prisons…how are they supposed to keep any of us safe from a virus?

Here’s more on Seppy’s stunning victory:

Washington Examiner reports:

A 19-year-old who had his senior year disrupted by COVID-19-related shutdowns defeated an incumbent candidate for school board in New Jersey’s election on Tuesday.

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Nicholas Seppy, a 2020 graduate from Egg Harbor Township High School, beat incumbent school board member Terre Alabarda by 17 points. Seppy earned 58.78% support with 4,042 votes while Alabarda earned 41.15% with 2,830 votes, according to the election results from Atlantic County.

The College Fix quotes Seppy:

In a statement Wednesday to The College Fix, Seppy lambasted the shutdowns as “awful” and said that he was motivated to run for a seat on the school board “out of a desire to serve in [his] community” and to “give parents a voice in the district.”

When asked about his priorities after he takes office, Seppy expressed a desire to expand civics education and increase vocational training opportunities for the township’s students.


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