Jennifer Williams is a writer, a Republican Party Committeeperson, a small business owner, a youth sports coach, and a busy parent in her home state of New Jersey. She has been a long time member of the Trenton Zoning Board of Adjustment, volunteer publicist for many non-profit organizations, as well as a community leader and civic activist. Jennifer also serves as Chair of the Trenton Republican Committee in Mercer County, NJ and recently served as Chair of Mercer County Women for Bob Hugin during his 2018 U.S. Senate run. 

She also serves on the Board of Governors for the New Jersey Federation of Republican Women, as an Ambassador for Women for a Stronger New Jersey, and is an Advisor to the American Unity Fund. Jennifer is a member of the Women's Political Caucus of New Jersey, Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty, and the National Rifle Association.  Jennifer holds an MBA degree from Tulane University, a Bachelor of Science degree from La Salle University and an Intensive Film certificate from New York University. Jennifer and her family are life-long residents of central New Jersey and she is quite proud that her children’s first rock concert was to see the Rolling Stones.

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What I Believe:
"I am running for Mercer County Republican State Committeewoman because our Republican Party is failing in Mercer County and we are not a viable presence in Mercer County. Too many Republicans feel that they've been forgotten by our party. They feel disconnected or that we have no chance to win - because their voices are not listened to and their local GOP candidates do not get sufficient support. I will work to change that and build back our party so we regain a place of prominence again. The days of Republicans losing or helping Democrats defeat good Republicans need to end. As President Reagan said long ago, "Our best days are ahead" and "We have a rendezvous with destiny." The mission for our Party of Lincoln is too great. As I stated during my Legislative District 15 Assembly run in 2019:

"Soon we may be nearing the point of no return and I’m afraid that my children will not be able to afford to stay in or return to New Jersey after they graduate from college or attend trade school someday. Many other New Jerseyans share this fear for their own children or grandchildren or for themselves. Who among us thought that they’d ever have to move from New Jersey to find a more secure and stable future? We must work to make New Jersey a state that people want to move to in order to better their lives and fulfill their dreams for themselves and their families."
That is what I believed then and it is what I believe today.