Zwicker Announces Early Endorsement by Sierra Club

Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker thanks Gov. Phil Murphy for working with the NJ legislature on the dark money disclosure bill.

Zwicker Announces Early Endorsement by Sierra Club

Key Environmental Group Endorses Senator Zwicker in Critical Re-election Campaign

South Brunswick, NJ – Today, the New Jersey chapter of the Sierra Club announced its endorsement of Senator Andrew Zwicker, a leading champion of environmental legislation in the State Senate.

Zwicker is a key advocate for environmental groups across the state and has been consistently endorsed by major environmental advocacy groups during his past election campaigns for State Assembly and State Senate.

Richard Isaac, Chair of the New Jersey Sierra Club said: “As a legislator who not only understands the importance of science-based environmental policies but is a leading physicist serving as Head of Strategic Partnerships and Public Engagement at Princeton University’s Plasma Physics Laboratory, Sierra Club recognizes the importance of keeping Sen. Zwicker in office and is making his re-election a top priority.”

“The Sierra Club is the largest grassroots environmental advocacy group in the country and has fought tirelessly to make sure all New Jerseyans have access to clean air, water, land, and energy,” said Senator Andrew Zwicker. “As a scientist, I have spent my career working on the development of an advanced form of safe, clean energy, and as a legislator, I have used my experience to advocate for common-sense environmental legislation to protect the future and health of New Jersey families. I am proud to run for re-election to the NJ State Senate with the endorsement of the Sierra Club.”

Zwicker represents the 16th Legislative District, which includes parts of Middlesex, Mercer, Somerset and Hunterdon Counties. Including the municipalities of Princeton, South Brunswick, Rocky Hill, Montgomery, Millstone, Hillsborough, Branchburg, Raritan Township, Readington Township, Flemington, High Bridge, Lebanon Borough, Clinton Town, and Clinton Township.

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