CLINTON MAYOR JANICE KOVACH ENDORSES MIKE BLOOMBERG

CLINTON MAYOR JANICE KOVACH ENDORSES MIKE BLOOMBERG
TRENTON, NJ — Citing his ability to appeal to both sides of the aisle and hear the concerns of the people he is looking to serve, Clinton Mayor Janice Kovach today endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg. Janice Kovach has served as Secretary of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee since 2007 and has also served as mayor of Clinton, NJ since November 2011 bringing her business savvy approach to municipal government.

“I am proud to give my support to Mayor Michael Bloomberg in the 2020 election. Because of his business and work ethic, his ability to hear the concerns of individuals, and his appeal to voters on both sides of the aisle, I believe that he is the candidate that can beat Donald Trump.” said Janice Kovach, Mayor of Clinton, New Jersey.

An advocate for women, Mayor Kovach previously served as Director of the New Jersey Division on Women and in that capacity was a member the New Jersey Commission on the Status of Women, Domestic Violence Fatality and Near Fatality Review Board, Governor’s Advisory Council Against Sexual Assault, Governor’s Advisory Council on Domestic Violence, Gender Parity Council and the NJ Commission on Women Veterans. Prior to joining state government, she was a councilwoman in the Town of Clinton, serving as the Planning Board Liaison, Chair of the COAH committee and the Historic Preservation Commission.

“We are thrilled to have the support of Janice Kovach, she is a staunch advocate for women, dedicated public servant, and has an exceptional record for running municipal government efficiently and effectively. It is becoming clear with each passing day that Mike Bloomberg has the momentum and support to win the New Jersey primary.” said Michael Muller, the New Jersey State Director for Mike Bloomberg 2020.

The Bloomberg campaign team continues to engage New Jersey voters and will soon announce new office locations, upcoming events and additional endorsements in the coming weeks.

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