Mayor Al Cirulli of Barnegat Township is the outspoken elected official who publicly took a stand challenging the LGBT curriculum to be taught in New Jersey public schools. As expected, he was vilified by the Left on social media for using his office to protect the students of his town and throughout the state. I am sure you are grateful for his bold action on behalf of your children or grandchildren. Now he needs your public support!
The next Barnegat Township Council Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 3, at 6:30 p.m. Mayor Al and Family Policy Alliance of New Jersey are requesting that concerned, like-minded individuals across Ocean, Monmouth and Burlington Counties attend this public meeting as a sign of support. You do not have to be a resident of Barnegat to participate in the public comments portion of the Barnegat Township Council Meeting. If you prefer not to speak, simply attending will encourage other elected officials to express their objection to this curriculum.
Please take a moment to email our office at email@example.com to let us know if you expect to attend.
Here are the details for attending:
- Arrive at the Barnegat Township Town Hall, 900 West Bay Avenue, Barnegat, NJ 08005 at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 3. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m., but room capacity is expected to be limited. Enter through the doors marked Municipal Court. The Council meets in the court room.
- Applaud Mayor Al Cirulli and others who publicly object to this curriculum at the meeting.
- Make public comments in support of Mayor Al Cirulli (not required).
Thanks for making your voice heard! Remember, outrage without action is useless!
Director of Advocacy – New Jersey
Founder and President
New Jersey Family Policy Council