Pascrell-Gottheimer Endorse Johnson for State Senate

U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, right, with his colleague U.S. Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-5)

Pascrell-Gottheimer Endorse Johnson for State Senate

Bergen County, NJ – Congressman Bill Pascrell of New Jersey’s 9th Congressional District and Congressman Josh Gottheimer of New Jersey’s 5th Congressional District together endorsed Gordon M. Johnson for State Senate today, highlighting Johnson’s historic campaign and unparalleled commitment to public service.

“There’s no better leader in our District 37 communities to help manage our fights for education funding, for environmental protection, for gun control, for criminal justice reform, and for equality than Gordon Johnson,” said Congressman Pascrell. “Throughout his career, Gordon Johnson has shown an unswerving sense of duty to our cities and towns. Gordon understands what it means to put working families first and that the government’s job is to protect our most vulnerable neighbors. This year voters have an opportunity to make history by electing Gordon Johnson to the State Senate and I am proud to support his campaign.”

“Gordon Johnson has been unwavering in his commitment to the people of Bergen County,” said Congressman Gottheimer. “From his days in the Army reserves to his years as a first responder in the Englewood Police Department, from his commitment to social justice to his advocacy for vital infrastructure improvements, Gordon Johnson has always put his community and our country first. Gordon has been an invaluable ally in some of our most important fights in Washington and I am proud to endorse him for State Senate.  I can’t wait to see him, and his running mates, make history this November.”

Congressman Pascrell and Congressman Gottheimer join a number of major statewide figures to endorse Gordon Johnson for State Senate, including: Governor Phil Murphy, Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver, and Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg.

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