Born and raised in Southern New Jersey, Congressman Donald Norcross is committed to improving the lives of working families. His focus lies on raising wages and strengthening our economy, ensuring affordable access to a high-quality education, and supporting the brave men and women that protect our nation and our neighborhoods.
With Election Day in their sights, volunteers come out in droves to support New Jersey State AFL-CIO endorsed candidates.
Today, our walks launched from several locations across the state, with 1120 volunteers knocking on over 39, 200 doors, helping to get the word out to our brothers and sisters about the candidates who represent our values.
There’s only one choice in the 3rd Congressional District: Andy Kim. To vote any other way is to vote against the Labor Movement, against working families, and against everything that we stand for.
Mikie Sherrill is the leader we want to send to Washington to represent the 11th Congressional District. As a Naval Academy graduate, a veteran helicopter pilot, and a federal prosecutor, Mikie Sherrill has a record of getting things done, and we can count on her to fight with us and defend our rights when they’re under attack.
Volunteers come out in full-force as we edge closer to November’s elections
Today, our Labor Walks launched at several new Central Labor Councils, including Middlesex/Somerset, Passaic, Northwest, and Southern New Jersey.
Bills Reducing Pension Contributions from the State Lottery, Instituting a Commuter Tax Credit and Requiring a Cost-Benefit Analysis for the Privatization of State Contracts Will be Voted On
TAKE ACTION NOW! URGE YOUR LEGISLATORS TO VOTE NO ON LOTTERY / PENSION FUNDING SWAP LEGISLATION S-2621, Sponsored by Singleton (D-7)!
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Volunteers exceed expectations as momentum builds in week 2 of Labor Walks
Two weeks into our annual Labor Walks and the momentum is building. Today, over two hundred and fifty volunteers from 39 local unions fanned out across the state to help educate fellow union members about candidates running for state, county, and local offices in the November 6th election. In total, the volunteers visited 8,925 union households—a significant increase from last week’s totals.