NJ Conference of Mayors Awards Sherrill U.S. Representative of the Year

Yesterday evening in Atlantic City, the New Jersey Conference of Mayors (NJCM) Awarded Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) as the U.S. Representative of the Year.

Sherrill also swore in Madison Mayor Bob Conley as the new President of NJCM.

“I am pleased to have awarded my good friend, Congresswoman Sherrill with the New Jersey Conference of Mayors U.S. Representative of the Year award. She has consistently demonstrated the critical needs of New Jersey. Through her tireless efforts, she has successfully secured essential funds, services, and resources to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing our state. We know that New Jersey does a great job of supporting the United States, with not nearly as much coming back, but thanks to the work of Congresswoman Sherrill, she is working to bring that money back to our communities. Mayors, whether Democrat or Republican, that are fortunate enough to be in NJ-11, are aware that reaching out to anyone in her office ensures that constituent issues, as well as local, county, state-wide, or federal matters, are consistently addressed with professionalism, attention to detail, and timeliness,” said Robert H. Conley, President, New Jersey Conference of Mayors, Mayor Borough of
Madison.

“When I think about how we, as bipartisan leaders, can work together and be most effective, I always think of our mayors, because the local issues we have worked on together like flooding, safety, and education don’t pick and choose between Republicans and Democrats. That’s why I’m so honored to receive this award from NJCM and look forward to our continued partnership to make New Jersey a better and more affordable place to live, work, and raise a family,” said Rep. Mikie Sherrill.

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