Latino Pastors Endorse Commissioner Candidates Lazzara, De Vore, and Bartlett in Upcoming June 4th Primary

Latino Pastors Endorse Commissioner Candidates Lazzara, De Vore, and Bartlett in Upcoming June 4th Primary

Passaic County, NJ – The New Jersey Coalition of Latino Pastors (CoLaPa) of Passaic County have officially endorsed County Commissioner Candidates Sandi Lazzara, Rodney De Vore, and John Bartlett for the upcoming June 4th primary election. This endorsement follows their recent support for Chief Thomas Adamo for Passaic County Sheriff, displaying their confidence in the Passaic County Democratic Organization’s team.

At a recent meeting, the New Jersey Coalition of Latino Pastors (CoLaPa), known for their strong community leadership and advocacy, expressed their support for the Commissioner candidates. They emphasized the importance of integrity, dedication, and a commitment to public service, which they believe Lazzara, De Vore, and Bartlett embody.

“We are proud to endorse Sandi Lazzara, Rodney De Vore, and John Bartlett for County Commissioner,” said Latino Pastors Association President Pastor Julio Escoto and Vice President Pastor Jesús Sevilla. “Their proven track records in public service and dedication to improving the lives of Passaic County residents match our values and vision for the community. We believe they are the best candidates to continue the positive progress in our county.”

Commissioner Candidates’ Vision:

  • Sandi Lazzara: An advocate for human services and economic development, Lazzara has worked tirelessly to uplift vulnerable communities and ensure that social services are accessible to those who need them most.
  • Rodney De Vore: Bringing a fresh perspective to the Board of Commissioners, De Vore’s strong background in education and community service aligns well with the vision and goals of Passaic County.
  • John Bartlett: Known for his commitment to improving infrastructure and ensuring fiscal responsibility, Bartlett has played a crucial role in maintaining Passaic County’s highest-ever independent credit rating while prioritizing investment in the county’s recreational spaces.

The Latino Pastors’ endorsement is a testament to the candidates’ dedication and integrity in serving the diverse communities of Passaic County. It adds to the growing support for the Passaic County Democratic Organization’s slate of candidates.

Support for Chief Thomas Adamo: The Latino Pastors previously endorsed Chief Thomas Adamo for Passaic County Sheriff, recognizing his nearly three decades of service and dedication to community-focused policing. “Chief Adamo understands the importance of engaging and including all of our communities in his vision for policing. He is the right candidate to lead the Sheriff’s Office, with a clear focus on making Passaic County a safer place to live and work,” stated Pastor Escoto during their initial endorsement.

The Latino Pastors believe that the combined leadership of Adamo, Lazzara, De Vore, and Bartlett will continue to drive positive change and enhance the quality of life for all residents of Passaic County.

As the June 4th primary election approaches, the Latino Pastors urge all residents to support these dedicated and qualified candidates. Their leadership promises to uphold the values of integrity, transparency, and community service that are essential for the continued growth and success of Passaic County.

For more information about the campaign and endorsements, please visit www.pcdems.com.

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