Chairman’s Update – Friday, October 25, 2019

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Chairman’s Update – Friday, October 25, 2019

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Democrat,

We’re less than two weeks until Election Day! Democrats all over our state are getting ready for GOTV and pushing hard right through the finish line.



CHAIRMAN’S CORNER

This week our New Jersey Democratic State Committee launched a digital advertising campaign discussing some of the key progressive agenda items the state has passed thanks to the leadership of Governor Phil Murphy, Speaker Craig Coughlin and Democratic Assembly members. The ads call on Democrats to vote in the upcoming November 5th election. The ads are targeted exclusively at Democrats and are running throughout the state on various digital platforms leading up to the election.



ASSEMBLY RACE SPOTLIGHT



Democrats John Birkner and Gerald Falotico are running in the 39th District to fight for our Democratic values. They’re both dedicated public servants who know what it takes to deliver for residents, evidenced by John’s tenure as Mayor of Westwood and Gerald’s experience as a retired police officer. Learn more about Birkner and Falotico for Assembly on their website here.



LOCAL & COUNTY RACE SPOTLIGHT



In one of our state’s closest watched local elections, Democrat Carolyn Blackman is running for Mayor of Dover to bring real representation to this community. Carolyn has served Dover as an elected Alderwoman and she has what it takes to lead Dover into a new era as its first elected female and African American Mayor. Check out Carolyn’s Facebook page for more information.

 



GOV. MURPHY UPDATE

Governor Murphy showcased the much needed investments Democrats are making in our infrastructure this week, riding NJTRANSIT’s River Line from Burlington to Camden and discussing how his administration is incentivizing new residential development near our train stations. This kind of smart growth development can create new jobs for our brothers and sisters in union labor, reduce our carbon footprint by taking cars off the road and revitalize our urban communities.



SEN. BOOKER UPDATE

On Monday, Cory capped off a whirlwind swing through New Hampshire and South Carolina, where he was met by large, enthusiastic crowds across both states. Cory also delivered remarks at the National Press Club in Washington this week, where he made the case that Democrats don’t need another candidate to enter this primary. Instead, Democrats need the right candidate to emerge from it. And that candidate is Cory. To find out how you can be a part of Cory’s grassroots movement to unite our country, visit corybooker.com/get-involved.

 

Thank you,

Chairman John Currie