Last night in Edison, Jersey City Mayor and potential 2025 Democratic candidate for Governor Steve Fulop was the guest of honor at a dinner with millennial elected officials from across the state. Organized by Matt Anderson, President of Millennials for NJ, the casual event was an opportunity for young elected officials to share their experiences as public servants and their ideas for New Jersey’s future.
“I want to thank Mayor Fulop for joining our collection of Millennial Mayors and Councilmembers from across NJ. As the President of Millennials for NJ, I believe it is valuable for Millennial leaders to collaborate with each other and statewide leaders to network and grow their relationships across the state,” said Matt Anderson, President of Millennials for NJ. “While Millennials make up 20% of NJ’s population, only 4% of NJ Mayors are Millennials. We will be working hard this November and over the coming years to increase our representation in elected office.”
Attendees at the event included Edison Mayor Sam Joshi, Hamilton Mayor Jeff Martin, Lumberton Mayor Gina LaPlaca, Hillside Mayor Dahlia Vertreese, Dumont Mayor Andrew LaBruno, Springfield Mayor Alex Kaiser, along with several Council members, Millennials for NJ Board members and staffers.
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