Local Democratic Leaders Endorse Stephanie Schmid for Congress

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Local Democratic Leaders Endorse Stephanie Schmid for Congress

 


 

Democratic leaders in Monmouth County are proudly endorsing Stephanie Schmid to be the 2020 Democratic nominee for Congress in New Jersey’s 4th District. Those supporting Stephanie include: Mike Beson, Ocean Township Municipal Chair, Marissa Lambert, Vice Chair, and the Ocean Township Democratic Committee; Susan Boyce, Rumson Municipal Chair; Eric Brophy, Wall Municipal Chair; Matt Cohen, Little Silver Municipal Chair; Allison Connolly, Wall Vice Chair; Liz deBeer, Fair Haven Co-Chair; Janice Iwanyk, Howell Vice Chair; Cristina Kocsis, Neptune City Municipal Chair; Tricia Maguire, Middletown Democratic Committee; Maria Rondinaro, Belmar Municipal Chair; Meg Thomann, Freehold Township Municipal Chair.

 

Ocean Township Municipal Chair, Mike Beson, put out the following statement: “We are ready for a new voice in the 4th District. In addition to Stephanie’s impressive background as an attorney and Foreign Service Officer, she has shown her commitment to engaging with people in our community and has already built an impressive grassroots organization that continues to grow, and I want to be part of her efforts to defeat Chris Smith.”

 

Stephanie is grateful for this endorsement. “It is an honor and a privilege to have earned endorsements from these incredible Democratic leaders in our community,” Stephanie said. “We’re going to need the help of many to win in November. I look forward to working with this group to bring new representation to our district at the federal level. If elected I will stand up for all of us and work tirelessly to improve the lives of our community members.”

 

Stephanie is a New Jersey native with a strong record of serving her community, protecting those most vulnerable, and solving difficult public policy problems. She’s running to bring new leadership to Congress at a time when we need our leaders to solve pressing challenges and create opportunities for the people of New Jersey.

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