Janice Mironov, Mayor of East Windsor and Mercer County Democratic Chairwoman, Paula Sollami Covello, Mercer County Clerk, and Jack Kemler, Mercer County Sheriff, are endorsing Stephanie Schmid for Congress in New Jersey’s 4th District.
“We are ready for a new voice representing Hamilton and Robbinsville, and all of New Jersey’s Fourth District,” said Chairwoman Mironov. “In addition to Stephanie’s impressive background as an attorney and U.S. Foreign Service Officer, she has shown her commitment to transparent and accountable leadership and has built a strong grassroots organization that continues to grow. I look forward to working together to finally flip this seat. We would be lucky to have her as our first Congresswoman to represent the Fourth District.”
“Stephanie’s work strengthening democratic institutions abroad and protecting human rights as a U.S. Diplomat proves that she is committed to putting in the work to protect the fundamental rights of all people—including our right to a free and fair election,” said Paula Sollami Covello. “I look forward to having a partner at the federal level who will work to secure and expand voting rights for our community members in Mercer County and across our country.”
“We need more leaders with service backgrounds to step up and represent our communities,” said Sheriff Kemler. “Stephanie’s service to our country as a U.S. Foreign Service Officer and her commitment to putting country over party and fighting on behalf of our community is the type of leadership we need in Washington. I am proud to support Stephanie to be the first Congresswoman in New Jersey’s Fourth District and look forward to working together to help improve the lives of our families in Hamilton and Robbinsville.”
Stephanie is proud to have the support of strong Democratic leaders in Mercer County. “It is an honor to have earned these endorsements and I look forward to working with Mercer County Chairwoman Mironov, Sheriff Kemler, and Clerk Covello who have worked tirelessly to serve our community to bring new representation to our district at the federal level,” Stephanie said. “I will always stand up and fight for our community, our families, and our small businesses in Washington and be a present, transparent, and accountable leader in NJ-04.”
Stephanie is a New Jersey native, a retired U.S. Foreign Service Officer and Diplomat who served our country overseas on behalf of the U.S. Department of State, and a human rights litigation attorney and advocate. She won the Democratic primary in NJ-04 with 70% of the vote and continues to work to expand her grassroots coalition to finally bring new leadership to New Jersey’s 4th District for the first time in 40 years. As the next Representative in NJ-04, Stephanie will work tirelessly to ensure that we have access to the resources we need before, during, and after a global crisis.
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