Hayden is anti-Second Amendment, disses NRA
Despite all his big talk, when it came time to fill out his NRA questionnaire about issues concerning the Second Amendment, candidate William Hayden wasn't conversant enough with the details to fill out the questionnaire. So he didn't turn one in.
Senator Steve Oroho has been a leader on Second Amendment issues. His legislation has been recognized by gun rights leaders and hunters. He has been supported by the National Rifle Association (NRA), Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs (ANJRPC), Second Amendment Society (2AS), Gun Owners of America (GOA), and the New Jersey Outdoor Alliance (NJOA).
Senator Oroho and his running mates Assemblyman Parker Space and Assembly candidate (and former Labor Commissioner) Hal Wirths are all NRA life members and firearms owners. Their legislative agenda is committed to winning concealed carry in New Jersey and reforming the pistol permit purchasing system to eliminate redundant waiting periods and fees.
William J. Hayden (AKA Bill Hayden, Dell Hayden, Skylands Patriot ) is an 18 year public employee of the New Jersey Department of Transportation. He works as a supervisor, based in Trenton, where he pockets a salary and extras more each year than any legislator earns -- plus full benefits and a pension. Hayden is a member of the CWA -- one of the most liberal unions in America. Hayden's union has endorsed leftwing Democrat Phil Murphy for Governor.
Just like he doesn't care enough about the issues to fill out a questionnaire, Hayden doesn't vote much. He made it last November, but the last time before that was 2010. Now he thinks we should give him a second public job -- as our legislator.
Hayden is being aided and abetted by two cronies -- Nathan Orr and David Atwood -- who have chosen to endorse Hayden on the issues -- especially on those he doesn't care about. Orr and Atwood applaud Hayden's lewd behavior and dirty tactics, and for that reason are running a joint campaign with him.
Real conservatives and true supporters of the Second Amendment know who they can trust and who gets the job done for them:
Poor Bill Hayden, on the issues that matter, he's the questionable candidate.