In New Campaign Ad, 16th District Democrats Stay Message-Focused

Assemblyman Zwicker

Senator Andrew Zwicker and his daughter are featured in the ad, “Proud,” as the LD16 team fights against extremism and focuses on protecting a woman’s right to choose.

Hillsborough, NJ – Today, the 16th District Democrats released their third ad in a series featuring each candidate with their daughter. The latest, titled ‘Proud,” highlights Senator Andrew Zwicker and his daughter, bridging her current work as a medical student with Senator Zwicker’s role as a dad and legislator. The ad emphasizes the importance of electing pro-choice candidates to protect access to abortion and contraception.

Senator Zwicker (D-South Brunswick) was originally elected to the General Assembly in 2015 and served as the Chair of the Science, Innovation, and Technology Committee, before being elected to the Senate in 2021. Zwicker is a physicist and educator who champions evidence-based decision making to improve the quality of life in New Jersey.

Transcript: “First do no harm.” As a medical student, I’ll be proud to take that oath one day. But with Roe v. Wade overturned, women are being harmed by extreme politicians right now. Michael Pappas is running with Ross Traphagen and Grace Zhang. Pappas wants to ban all abortions, including cases of rape and incest. Andrew Zwicker is running with Roy Freiman and Mitchelle Drulis to stop them. I’m proud that he’s protecting abortion access and contraception. And even more proud … that he’s my dad.


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2 responses to “In New Campaign Ad, 16th District Democrats Stay Message-Focused”

  1. To Sen Zwicker’s daughter: Women are NOT being harmed by politicians wanting to curtail and ban abortions. Innocent babies are being harmed and KILLED with abortions. Incest and rape are but a fraction ofg babies killed in abortions. I am a woman and a mother. I would NEVER engage you as my physician with your philosophy.

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