TOMS RIVER, NJ – Ocean County Commissioners Jack Kelly and Virginia Haines, relics of the Republican establishment old guard have a big problem on their hands after one of their opponents was prominently featured on the Fox News Channel’s Ingraham Angle, with Judge Jeanine Piro stepping in for the night.
Their opponent, Ashley Lamb was interviewed by Piro about the effect inflation is having on the Ocean County Community and private sector entrepreneurs like herself.
Lamb spoke to Fox News explaining how the Biden administration’s out-of-control inflation has more than doubled the cost of products at her business and that’s forcing some to make cuts in order to put food on the table.
Lamb, a hairstylist said the high costs to run a business in America are starting to impact the consumer base. On top of out-of-control gas, food, and home energy prices, products needed to run her business have more than doubled over the past year.
“The small things I need to put together to provide a service is just driving my costs up so high that consumers are finding themselves not able to patronize me,” Lamb said during Piro’s segment on the Let’s Go Brandon store in Toms River.
Lamb is running for a seat on the Ocean County Board of Commissioners and is challenging lifelong political swamp creature, Virginia Haines, 75. Haines grew up in Ocean County-funded public housing during the mid-twentieth century when her father worked for the county parks department. Since then she has held various appointed and elected positions in government with no substantial private work sector experience, according to her biography on the county website.