Elect Women NJ launches to increase number of women in elected local office

New Jersey ranks 21st in the country for women in elected office. In 231 years, we have never elected a US Senator. State held office lingers at 30%. In 2020, 44, or 32.6%, of the 135 County Freeholders in New Jersey are women, only 11% of the 44 are women of color. Among the 75 cities with populations over 30,000 in New Jersey, 10 (13.3%) have female mayors; only two mayors are women of color. “This lack of representation in both local and national office raises concerns about the health and quality of our democracy. It’s time for a change and Elect Women NJ will intentionally recruit a broader diversity of candidates to run for local office,” said Kerri Kennedy, Founder and Chairwoman of Elect Women NJ.

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Rep Josh Gottheimer works with NJ-05 school superintendents to help make sure every student is fed

Rep Josh Gottheimer is “working with #NJ5 school superintendents to help make sure every student is fed — whether they're learning in-person or remotely.

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NJ Can Now Register to Vote Online

Spread the word!  New Jersey voters can now register to vote online.
October 13 is the last day to register to vote for the November Election.
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NJ First Lady Tammy Murphy visits Sussex County

A Sussex County nonprofit agency received a special visit Thursday from New Jersey’s First Lady Tammy Murphy, who saw first-hand the impact the coronavirus crisis has had on some the county’s most vulnerable population.

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New Jersey to Deliver More than 11,000 Doses of Opioid-Overdose Antidote Naloxone to EMS Teams Throughout State

“The opioid epidemic continues to take far too many of our friends and neighbors,” Commissioner Johnson said. “We’ve previously made naloxone available at no cost to residents, police departments, libraries and homeless shelters, and making it available for free to EMS teams is a sensible next step. We are committed to making naloxone as readily available as possible to as many people as possible – to save as many lives as possible.”

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Biden and Harris Lawn Signs Are Available!

Due to popular demand, we joined forces with the Warren County Democrats to secure a small number of signs for our supporters!

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