Healey Named to NRCC’s Young Gun Program

June 14, 2022

Incumbent Andy Kim ‘Out-of-Step’ with District’s Voters

For Immediate Release
Contact: Theresa Velardi
(732) 682-8923

Washington, DC — Today Bob Healey, a Moorestown manufacturer and Republican Candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s Third Congressional District, was named a full-fledged “Young Gun” by the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC).

In 2020, 25 Young Guns were elected to Congress. Since its inception, the Young Guns program has helped elect over 150 members of Congress.

“I am grateful that national Republicans have recognized the campaign we are building, and the opportunity that we have to defeat Andy Kim and be part of a majority that will serve as a check and balance on Joe Biden’s disastrous agenda,” said Healey.  “Every day, the voters in Burlington, Monmouth and Mercer Counties share with me the terrible impact Biden-Kim inflation is having on them at supermarket, the gas pump, and in their energy bills.  It’s time for a change.”

“My goal in running is simply to bring commonsense to Washington; and to push back against the far-left policies of Joe Biden and the Democrat-controlled Congress,” added the lifelong Burlington resident.

Healey, a first-time candidate, won the June 7 contested primary to become the Republican nominee of the newly drawn Third congressional district which includes parts of Burlington, Monmouth, and Mercer counties.  

“The campaign to Take Back the House is fully underway and today I’m proud to announce that an additional fourteen Republican candidates have earned the distinguished title of ‘Young Gun,’” said Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy. “These impressive leaders have proven they have what it takes to run the most effective and efficient campaigns. Each ‘Young Gun’ will play a critical role in our pursuit to win back the House majority and I thank them for their hard work and commitment to victory.”

About Bob Healey

Bob Healey’s passion to serve and his mission to help those around him is a driving force in his life.  He’s running for Congress to improve economic opportunity and affordability, stand with our police and enhance public safety, strengthen our military and the Joint Base, fight against radical liberals and cancel culture, and defend our personal liberties and freedoms.

Currently serving as the Chairman of the Viking Group, Bob and his company employ over a thousand South Jersey residents and have made a positive impact on literally tens of thousands of local families for a generation – providing them the opportunity to work hard and provide a solid middle-class life for their families.

Born and raised in Burlington County, Bob is the fifth of seven children and learned the value of hard-work and giving back from his parents.

After completing his studies at St. Joseph’s University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Finance, and spending time as both a concert promoter and member of a touring band, Bob turned his focus to serving others. His outlook on life transformed after arriving in the war-torn country of Sierra Leone, West Africa on a mission to improve the quality of life for individuals and families.

As Co-Founder and President of the Healey International Relief Foundation, Bob has worked to provide healthcare, education, clean water, and economic opportunity for people in impoverished regions of the world.

Back home, he helped develop the Gleneayre Equestrian Program, founded to help children and teens who are experiencing challenges in their lives through a love of horses.  Additionally, through the Healey’s Education Foundation, Bob and his company encourage children from low-income families to attend Catholic schools and to help those Catholic schools grow and become self-sustaining.

A conservationist who cares deeply about the health of our oceans, Bob is also Chairman of the Recreational Fishing Alliance, an organization founded to promote strong fish stocks and protect the rights of fishermen. In his free time, Bob enjoys participating in Revolutionary War and World War I re-enactment and the practice of yoga.

Bob and his wife, Bobbi reside in Moorestown with their 1-year-old daughter.