NJDSC calls on Kean, Jr. to resign from State Senate or give up redistricting appointments

TRENTON, NJ — The New Jersey Democratic State Committee is calling on State Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean, Jr., to immediately resign from office or give up his appointments to the state’s Congressional Redistricting Commission after his announcement today that he will not seek re-election later this year. Kean unsuccessfully ran for Congress last year against […]

Chairman’s Update: NJDSC Black History Month, Vaccine Distribution, and More

Democrat,  With January coming to a close, we are very excited to soon be launching our NJDSC Black History Month programming on Monday. With the incredible contributions made to our democracy this past year by leaders like Vice President Kamala Harris, Stacey Abrams and many others, we could think of no better way to mark […]

EXTREME REPUBLICAN ALERT: Jack Ciattarelli Supports Discriminatory Voter Suppression Laws

Ciattarelli: “Under Governor Ciattarelli, We Will Use IDs at the Time of Voting” TRENTON, NJ — At a recent public campaign event, Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli made it clear that he’s no moderate — in fact, he’s looking more and more like an extreme conservative who is totally out of step with New Jersey. […]

OUT-OF-TOUCH REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE ALERT: Jack Ciattarelli Proposes Cutting Wages for Struggling Working Families in an Economic Crisis

TRENTON, NJ — During an interview tonight on the New Jersey Globe Power Hour on TalkRadio 77 WABC with host David Wildstein, out-of-touch Republican gubernatorial candidate and Trump loyalist Jack Ciattarelli declared his support for stopping New Jersey’s scheduled increases in the minimum wage, which reached $12 per hour on January 1 and will continue going up each […]

Chairman’s Update: Joe Biden is President, NJ’s Vaccination Milestone, and more

Democrat,  This week our nation officially closed the book on the past four years of division, cruelty and chaos as we begin the process of healing under President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Americans overwhelmingly voted in favor of decency and respect and because of that, I have a tremendous amount of hope […]

NJDSC Chairman John Currie Releases Statement on Inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris

TRENTON, NJ — After the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris this afternoon, New Jersey Democratic State Committee Chairman John Currie has released the following statement:  “Today our nation has officially closed the book on the past four years of division, cruelty, and chaos as we begin the process of healing […]

Chairman’s Update: Holding Republicans accountable, vaccine distribution update, and more

Democrat,  In the wake of the Capitol insurrection, it’s never been more important to know where our elected officials stand. Some, like Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill, are working to expose the darkness that has infested the Republican Party and led to the violence and chaos in Washington DC. Some are taking simpler but no less important […]

Ciattarelli Whiffs on Impeachment Question, Refuses to Hold Trump Accountable for Inciting Capitol Insurrection

TRENTON, NJ — Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli just had the perfect opportunity to finally put some distance between himself and Donald Trump — and he failed miserably. When asked by NJ Spotlight News’ David Cruz if he supports the bipartisan impeachment proceedings initiated by the House of Representatives after Trump incited a violent insurrection […]

NJDSC Statement on Impeachment Vote

Today’s bipartisan vote to impeach President Trump for the second time should send a clear message to the forces of right-wing extremism that they will never be allowed to incite violence against our democracy without swift and severe repercussions. While it was gratifying to see several Republican lawmakers break from this failed presidency and join […]

Currie Releases Statement on Impending Retirement of Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg

I would like to congratulate Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg on her impending retirement after a long and distinguished career in public service. From advocating for greater government transparency to standing up for commuters to fighting for women’s reproductive rights, Senator Weinberg has been a tireless advocate for the causes she believes in. I wish her […]


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