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One Week After His Republican Registration Was Exposed, MAGAdamo Still Hasn’t Denied Trump Support

Adamo Was a Registered Republican Until Valentine's Day This Year 

PATERSON, NJ — One week after his history as a lifelong Republican was exposed, Thomas “MAGAdamo” Adamo has still not denied being a Trump supporter who voted for the disgraced ex-President in 2016 and 2020. The likely reason is that “MAGAdamo” knows that his history as both a Republican and a Trump supporter would destroy his campaign in the Democratic Primary if it gets out, and he’s desperately hoping that the issue will fade away and he won’t be forced to publicly address it. 


“Thomas ‘MAGAdamo’ Adamo can’t hide forever — sooner or later he will need to explain to Passaic County Democrats why they should ever trust him to serve as Sheriff after he spent his life as a registered Republican who supported Donald Trump,” said Speziale for Sheriff spokeswoman Sofia Quintanar. “If MAGAdamo can’t even answer simple questions about his voting history he has no business serving as Sheriff, and our campaign is not going to rest until Adamo tells Passaic Democrats why he supported Trump.” 


Public records obtained by the Speziale for Sheriff campaign show that Adamo was a registered Republican less than a month before he was endorsed by Passaic County Democratic boss John Currie, and that he very quietly switched his party registration on February 14. The Speziale campaign submitted an Open Public Records Act request for Adamo’s full voting history to the Passaic County Superintendent of Elections, and the resulting document includes several explosive revelations: 


  • Adamo was a registered Republican for nearly 30 years, from when he first registered to vote on 7/18/94 until just over a month ago on 2/14/24

  • As a Republican, Adamo was a frequent voter — he voted in the 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016 and 2020 Presidential Elections, which means he likely supported Republican candidates Bob Dole, George W. Bush, John McCain, Mitt Romney, and most troublingly Donald Trump

  • Adamo voted in the Republican Primary elections in 2019, 2017, 2016, 2013, 2009, 2001, 2000, 1998, 1997, 1996 and 1995, meaning he was an active, engaged member of the Republican Party



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