The Primary Election is around the corner and the political campaign season is heating up. Now is a perfect time to start organizing voters around the state to help re-elect our Governor, Phil Murphy, and Democrats up and down the ticket. The Murphy for Governor campaign will hold its Digital Organizing Kickoff event this weekend, with special guest appearances by Governor Murphy, First Lady Tammy Murphy, and Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver. Sign up here to join the event and get started organizing towards victory in November!


A new poll from Monmouth University confirms what we’ve known all along — that New Jersey residents overwhelmingly support Governor Murphy’s handling of COVID-19 and approve of the job he’s doing leading our state. A whopping 66% of respondents say the Governor did a good job handling COVID-19, which is a strong reflection on his steady, honest and consistent leadership that has been displayed since the start of the pandemic. 

Governor Murphy also announced the state’s new “Shot and a Beer” program this week, where dozens of local breweries will offer a free beer to anyone who gets vaccinated in the month of May. These kinds of innovative, outside the box programs will help the state meet its vaccine goal and defeat COVID-19 once and for all. 

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



The Biden administration is continuing to push Congress to enact the American Jobs Plan, sweeping legislation that would pump $2 trillion directly into our economy by investing in our nation’s crumbling infrastructure. As President Biden points out, America’s roads, bridges, water systems and many other essential items are seriously lacking and now is the time to make this aggressive plan a reality and put our country back to work. 

Thank you, 

Chairman John Currie