DONLON AND PETERPAUL ENDORSED BY BRADLEY BEACH DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE

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DONLON AND PETERPAUL ENDORSED

BY BRADLEY BEACH DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE

 

Steve Lozowick, Bradley Beach Democratic Chairman, has announced the Bradley Beach Democratic County Committee’s endorsement of Dr. Margie Donlon and Judge Luanne Peterpaul as candidates for the Democratic nomination for NJ Assembly District 11.

 

As a result of redistricting, Bradley Beach was moved from the 30th District into the 11th,  giving the voters in this election an opportunity to send two new and dynamic candidates to represent them in the people’s house in Trenton.

 

Lozowick said the committee voiced its strong respect for the service and accomplishments of former Assemblyman Eric J. Houghtaling, who has represented the 11th district and who is also a candidate.

 

The Monmouth County Democratic Party will determine the party’s candidates based on ballots that have been mailed to all delegates to the Monmouth County Democrats 2023 Convention. Those ballots must be returned by 4 p.m. on Feb. 3.

 

“Together Dr. Donlon and Judge Peterpaul combine professional experience and solid knowhow on working on behalf of the people of this district,” said Lozowick.

 

“Dr. Donlon, a physician and Deputy Mayor of Ocean Township, is a major advocate for open space, shared services, and programs supporting seniors and veterans,” he said.

 

“As a former county prosecutor and most recently Municipal Judge in Long Branch and Asbury Park, Judge Peterpaul has demonstrated her commitment to law enforcement and protection of civil rights,” Lozowick said.

 

Both Donlon and Peterpaul said they will continue to fight for a Woman’s Right to Choose in NJ; increasing health services; safeguarding LGBTQ, Disability, and Women’s Rights; advancing property rebate programs; protecting the environment; supporting law enforcement by ensuring availability of tools necessary to protect our communities; and supporting unions, prevailing wages, and middle class families, and advancing programs, like First Time Home Ownership, to lift families out of poverty.

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