Defending Democracy: Municipal Candidate Meet & Greet! —— Monday, June 7, 2021 @7:00pm ... and other upcoming events!
More info below. Register here to get the Zoom link!
Dear Supporters —
Over the past 4 years, NJ 11th for Change has launched dozens of political careers. We’re not just talking about Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill, either, for whom we cleared a path by scaring off Rodney Frelinghuysen. We’re talking about our own grassroots members!
SCORES of you have run for office after becoming politically engaged with us, and we couldn’t be prouder. Our members now run for every office in New Jersey: from municipal party committee member to town council representative, mayor to county commissioner (formerly ‘freeholder’), New Jersey State Senator to General Assembly member.
This year, we’ve got a bumper crop of candidates, especially on a municipal level! Please join us on Monday, June 7 (the night before the primary election) at 7:00 pm for a très relaxé Defending Democracy open house (on Zoom, natch) to meet some of our favorite mayoral and town council candidates!
SPACE IS LIMITED! Register here, and we'll send you the Zoom link!
Among our guests will be:
- Cori Herbig
- Judy Hernandez
- Christy Lazarow
- Michael Soriano
- Kate Barry
- Mark Gyorfy
- Tara Olivio-Moore
- Kim Mazzie
... and more!
Who's that masked man? That's Parsippany mayor Michael Soriano,
with his running mates Judy Hernandez and Cori Herbig!
These wonderful people share our values and have long been our allies. We’re just crazy about them! Come hear what they all have to say about this year's race, what they plan to do in office, and why it’s SO DAMNED IMPORTANT to vote your ballot all the way down the ticket, not just the topline races.
Register here to get the Zoom link!
That's not all, folks!
NJ 11th for Change is getting ready to fill up your calendar in other ways, too — and soon! Here are some highlights:Read more
Missed our panel discussion with reps from each CD 11 county (Essex, Morris, Passaic, and Sussex) discussion election rules for 2021?
Click here to watch the recording of this lively and incredibly information discussion.
And don't forget to vote on Tuesday, June 8, 2021!