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SOUTH ASIAN AMERICAN CAUCUS TOUTS DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION PRESENCE

Today, the New Jersey Democratic State Committee’s South Asian American Caucus (SAAC) is highlighting its members that are serving as delegates and volunteers at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, July 25-28, where the party is expected to approve a national platform and nominate Hillary Clinton as its presidential nominee.

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CHAIRMAN CURRIE: GOV. CHRISTIE ENCOURAGES BAD BEHAVIOR BY CONDONING PLAGIARISM

Today, the Chairman of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee John Currie slammed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for dismissing the blatant plagiarism of Donald Trump’s wife, Melania Trump, during her speech at last night's Republican convention. Christie is scheduled to address Republican delegates this evening but, it is worth noting that Mrs. Trump's plagiarism would have been punishable violation at Christie's own alma mater, the University of Delaware.

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NEW JERSEY DEMOCRATS REACT TO TRUMP’S EXTREMIST VICE-PRESIDENTIAL PICK

Today, New Jersey Democrats reacted to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s choice of Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate — a decision that suggests Trump is doubling down on the divisive qualities that make him unfit to be president.

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NEW JERSEY DEMOCRATS ANNOUNCE 2016 NATIONAL CONVENTION DELEGATION

Chairman of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee, John Currie, today announced the names of the delegation members who will represent Garden State Democrats at their party’s national convention in Philadelphia, July 25-28.

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DONALD TRUMP COMES TO TOWN FOR MORE THAN JUST GOV. CHRISTIE'S FURNITURE

Tonight, Governor Chris Christie is hoping to capitalize on his newfound friendship with Donald Trump, literally.

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JERSEY DEMOCRATS HONOR LABOR AND RALLY PARTY SUPPORTERS AT PACKED ANNUAL FUNDRAISING DINNER

Joined by hundreds of loyal financial supporters, the New Jersey Democratic State Committee honored several prominent union leaders at an annual fundraising dinner Monday evening, replenishing the party’s coffers and rallying the faithful for the coming elections.

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REP. SCOTT GARRETT TURNS TO OTHER EXTREMISTS FOR FUNDING AS HIS ANTI-LGBT VIEWS REPEL CORPORATE DONORS

According to the latest campaign finance records, the hateful anti-LGBT views of North Jersey's resident Tea Party extremist, Rep. Scott Garrett, have made him toxic to the corporations that previously supported his campaign.

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DEMOCRATIC PARTY CHAIRMAN URGES LEGISLATORS TO FORCE COMPROMISE IN ATLANTIC CITY, PROTECT FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Today, the Chairman of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee, John Currie, reacting to the dire situation confronting Atlantic City's financial future, issued the following statement. He urged state legislators to force Governor Christie to make real compromises that protect fair employment practices, as well as the rights and autonomy of local voters.

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AFTER SLASHING PLANNED PARENTHOOD FUNDING, CHRISTIE SAYS TRUMP "MISSPOKE" ABOUT ABORTION PUNISHMENT

As the nation recoiled at presumptive Republican frontrunner’s support for “some form of punishment” for women who have abortions, his lead apologist, Governor Chris Christie, told the news media that Mr. Trump simply “misspoke." But, as New Jersey Democratic State Committee Chairman John Currie points out, Mr. Christie lacks credibility on issues relating to women, having waffled on his stated rationale for draconian cuts to women’s health services in the Garden State.

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CURRIE TO CHRISTIE: RESCUING NEW JERSEY’S CITIES IS NOT "A GAME"

Today, the Chairman of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee slammed Governor Chris Christie for his stubborn detachment from the fiscal challenges in Atlantic City, and the issues affecting people across the state.

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