Zwicker, Freiman, and Jaffer Endorsed by New Jersey Education Association

Senator Troy Singleton and Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker respond to Governor Phil Murphy’s conditional veto of their bill that would require disclosure of lobbying groups and those who try to influence NJ elections.

Zwicker, Freiman, and Jaffer Endorsed by New Jersey Education Association

 

Princeton , NJ – Senate Candidate Andrew Zwicker and Assembly Candidates Roy Freiman and Sadaf Jaffer have received the endorsement of the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA).

 

“As the son and spouse of public school educators, I am acutely aware of how our teachers and support staff are critical to the success of our students,” said Asm. Andrew Zwicker (D – South Brunswick). “The unprecedented challenges of remote and hybrid learning during the past year were met with exceptional creativity and dedication in the face of personal challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. I am grateful for the endorsement from the NJEA as we continue to work together to ensure that our students and staff have the resources they need to ensure that NJ has the best public schools in the US.”

 

“As the spouse of a retired teacher, I know first hand that investing in our schools means investing in our future,” said Asm. Roy Freiman (D – Hillsborough). “I am proud to have the endorsement of the NJEA, and I am committed to continuing to be a strong voice in Trenton for our teachers, support staff, students and their families as they work to overcome the unprecedented adversity they have faced over the past year.”

“It is an honor to receive the endorsement of the NJEA. As an educator, I have the utmost respect and admiration for New Jersey’s teachers and educational professionals who work tirelessly to inspire children and equip them with the knowledge needed to be successful, well rounded members of our communities.” Said Assembly Candidate Sadaf F. Jaffer (D-Montgomery), “I look forward to working with the NJEA and its members as an Assemblywoman to ensure New Jersey’s public education system remains the best in the nation.”

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