From SCDC Chairwoman Katie Rotondi in conjunction with Bergen Chairman Paul Juliano

Katie Rotondi, the new chair of the Sussex County Democrats, feels the best way – perhaps the only way – to build the Democratic party in conservative Sussex County is by making progress town-by-town. She hopes local Democratic municipal candidates can make inroads in a handful of towns this fall.
From SCDC Chairwoman Katie Rotondi in conjunction with Bergen Chairman Paul Juliano’s press release:
Democrats throughout the nation have displayed perseverance and tenacity in their endeavor to work collaboratively while promoting fair and just values for citizens of the United States. New Jersey continues to serve as an exemplar of strength and momentum in the Democratic party. Our party here in rural and red Sussex County continues to make achievements toward purple with each election cycle because of our hardworking and dedicated candidates and volunteers, but also because of the steady and unyielding Democratic state leadership. It is with them that we have been able to achieve great strides during these times of uncharted territory. They have provided inspiration, integrity, and insightful reassurance. It is an honor to reaffirm my continued support, and to announce the support of Sussex County’s two representatives to the New Jersey Democratic Committee, for NJDSC Chairman John Currie, Vice Chair Peg Schaffer and Governor Phil Murphy today alongside Chairman Paul Juliano and of Bergen County at the longstanding Bergen County Pre-Election Breakfast. Our two representatives, Stanhope Councilman Anthony Riccardi and Hardyston Democratic Committee member, Michele Van Allen, enthusiastically support Chairman Currie for all he has done and all they know he will do for Sussex County. Today’s joint announcement represents the unity of leadership within our Congressional District, of the Democratic State Chairs’ commitment to working together throughout the state for the betterment of our counties and the state as a whole. That is a reflection of their leadership. That is a reflection of our New Jersey values.
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