Super Bowl Champ And Evesham Township Mayor Randy Brown Endorses Kim Guadagno
Today, Mayor Randy Brown and the members of the Evesham Township Council – Deputy Mayor Steven Zeuli, Councilwoman Debbie Hackman, Councilman Kenneth D'Andrea and Councilman Robert Dienna – endorsed Kim Guadagno for New Jersey governor. Evesham Township is the largest town in Burlington County.
Randy Brown, a small business owner for 20 years and a life long resident of Evesham Township, has served as the town's mayor since 2007 and considered a run for governor in 2017. He also works as the kicking coach for the Baltimore Ravens and was integral to the team's Super Bowl victory over the San Francisco 49ers in 2012. Brown previously coached the Philadelphia Eagles from 2004 to 2005 and the Chicago Bears from 1998 to 2000.
"Evesham Township and Burlington County will be better off with Kim Guadagno's leadership in the governor's office," said Mayor Brown. "As a working mom, former prosecutor, sheriff and our state’s first lieutenant governor, Kim has the right stuff to take on the Democrats and make New Jersey better for working families today and in the future."
"As a business owner and coach, I know you have to have clear goals, an energized team, and a strategy to win in order to be successful. Kim has all three,” Brown added. "I’ve gotten to know Kim Guadagno over the years as a business owner and mayor so take it from me: she is the real deal. I am proud to endorse her for governor and look forward to campaigning with her in the weeks and months ahead."
"Randy Brown is an inspirational leader in our state and a true public servant," said Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno. "I am honored to have Coach Brown on our winning team and look forward to working together to win the Republican primary and defeat the tax and spend Democrats in November."