July 22, 2024

Durr For Governor

For A Better New Jersey!

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About Ed


Meet former Senator Edward R. Durr, Jr. Husband of Lynn, father of three (Heather, Melissa, Edward III) and grand-father of six (Christopher Jr, Leila, Paige, Alexander, Sophia, Caleb). Senator Durr was born July 18, 1963 and was raised in Gloucester City. He has lived in New Jersey all of his life. A commercial truck driver for the last 28 years, he has most recently hauled for the Raymour & Flanigan furniture chain. He is a Christian, blue-collar, hard-working, trusting, loyal, and patriotic American and New Jerseyan. Amongst other things, he believes in fiscal responsibility, governmental transparency and lower taxes. A NJ State CCP holder, Senator Durr is also a very staunch supporter of our 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms. He is not a polished politician who is looking for a career in the chamber; on the contrary, he would like to see the government returned to the hands of the people.


What People are Saying…

“Probably the greatest election in American history based on dollars spent!” (President Donald J. Trump on Ed the Trucker defeating Stephen Sweeney)

“Thank you Senator! I hope more representatives will stand up for our US Constitution rights and defend 2A.” (1/19/23 Twitter)

“Nice work Senator Durr. You truly understand how much first responders mean to our state and community.”  (1/24/23 Instagram)

“Keep on trucking Ed, We the People have your back.”  (2/18/23 Twitter)

“Ed, you have my full support in our quest to bring ‘red responsibility’ back to NJ.” (3/17/23 Facebook)

“Best of luck, Ed. You’re what the people of Jersey need if they’re gonna survive and remain free – a rational and forthright representative.” (4/21/23 Facebook)

“Thank you, Senator, for all you have and are doing for us. You are doing it for us, not yourself. NJ loves Senator Edward Durr!” (4/22/23 Facebook)

“Thank you to NJ Senator Ed Durr and all those in our culture who really DO care and who make a difference in the lives of those who need our help.” (10/31/23 Facebook)



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