After Accepting the NJ-03 Democratic Primary, Andy Kim for Congress Gears Up for the General Election

U.S. Rep. Andy Kim (D-3)

After Accepting the NJ-03 Democratic Primary, Andy Kim for Congress Gears Up for the General Election

 

MARLTON, NJ — Tonight, Rep. Andy Kim accepted his party’s nomination for reelection in New Jersey’s Third Congressional District. In a live video, Andy thanked the tens of thousands of supporters who backed him in the primary election, expressed his commitment to working every day for the people of Burlington and Ocean County, and outlined how he plans to win reelection.

 

“I’m running for reelection to continue serving my hometown community,” said Congressman Andy Kim. “My parents taught me that service isn’t just a job, it’s a way of life.” “Every day, whether you voted for me or not, I go to work for you. That’s how I serve, and that’s how I intend on getting reelected- not by being handed anything, but by earning your support.” [watch the full speech here]

 

With an outstanding record of delivering results for the people of New Jersey, a dedication to serving his hometown community with honor and integrity, and more than $3.5 million cash on hand, Andy Kim for Congress is in a strong position heading into the general election. Harnessing the incredible grassroots energy across this district, Andy Kim for Congress volunteers have already completed more than 28,800 volunteer hours and 770 individual volunteer actions.

 

In Congress, Andy has consistently put people before politics and done the hard work of getting results for his district. He’s worked with Republicans as well as Democrats to deliver for the people of New Jersey, and voted against his own party to always put his community first. As the only front-line member of the House Select Committee on the Coronavirus Crisis, Andy has been recognized for his leadership in addressing the pandemic and preparing for the future.

 

In just one term in Congress, Andy has:

 

 

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