Democrat,

Governor Murphy’s re-election campaign is kicking into high gear with the primary election only a few more weeks away, releasing its first television ad and starting a major push towards informing the state about all the progress that has been made with the Governor’s leadership. With the Republican Party still wrestling with its future as a “Trump Party,” Governor Murphy is focused on the real issues that our state cares about, like recovering from the pandemic, getting small businesses going again and much more. 

GOV. MURPHY UPDATE

With the Pfizer vaccine now approved for use in children ages 12-15, Governor Murphy and public health leaders throughout the state are working to offer vaccinations to this new population group to continue the fight against COVID-19. New cases and hospitalizations are both dropping rapidly as more and more residents get vaccinated and the state is still pushing towards its goal of vaccinating 70% of the state’s population by June 30. 

For up to date information regarding new cases and directives regarding coronavirus, or information on vaccine registration and signup, visit the state’s dedicated COVID-19 Information Hub or follow Governor Murphy’s official pages on social media. You can also reach the state’s Vaccine Call Center at 1-855-568-0545. 

Twitter: @GovMurphy

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/governorphilmurphy/

PRESIDENT BIDEN UPDATE 

After a cyberattack left the nation’s gasoline supply disrupted, President Biden’s administration has taken decisive action to alleviate any shortages and make sure that peoples’ lives are not disrupted. The Biden administration’s whole-of-government approach involved mobilizing enough fuel reserves to provide gasoline for five million vehicles starting this weekend. Read more about the President’s actions here. 

Just like how his leadership is helping us get through COVID-19, President Biden continues to show what it means to have a competent, effective President in the Oval Office who is working to solve problems, not create them. 

Thank you, 

Chairman John Currie