Norcross Says Van Drew Needs to Apologize to Currie, et al

Congressman Donald Norcross, who serves on the United States House Committee on Education and Labor, offered his support for the Raise the Wage Act. Democrats argue that passage of the act will increase the national minimum wage, which will lift people out of poverty and stimulate the economy.

Today Congressman Donald Norcross released the following statement regarding Jeff Van Drew (D-2):

“Jeff Van Drew owes an apology to all those who endorsed and supported him, from groups like the AFL-CIO, NJEA, SEIU and End Citizens United, to Governor Murphy, Chairman Currie and New Jersey’s representatives in Congress, to the people of South Jersey who thought he believed in the same things we do.

“I was one of the earliest people in Congress to back an impeachment inquiry years ago because we must act to defend our democracy. Whatever party he claims to represent, Van Drew is just plain wrong to support Trump’s corrupt actions. I look forward to supporting the Democratic candidate next year who will truly represent South Jersey’s values.”

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