Vainieri Endorses Guy to Succeed Him as HCDO Chair

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North Bergen Commissioner Anthony Vainieri is announcing that he is supporting Hudson County Executive Craig Guy to succeed him as the next Chairman of the Hudson County Democratic Organization. Chairman Vainieri is issuing the following statement:

“It has been my great honor and privilege to serve as the HCDO Chairman for the past two years. Working together with all the county committee members, municipal chairs and all the mayors, we built a stronger party that elected a new county executive, two new State Senators and five new Assembly members. I would like to thank all 12 mayors for their support, particularly my Mayor Nick Sacco for his enduring confidence in me to lead our party.

Craig Guy has worked alongside me these past two years and represented the HCDO on numerous occasions, and I am proud to endorse Craig to succeed me as HCDO Chairman. He has earned this honor and I know he will work hard to keep the HCDO one of New Jersey’s strongest and most unified county Democratic organizations.”

County Executive Guy is releasing the following statement thanking Chairman Vainieri for his support:

“I’m grateful to Chairman Anthony Vainieri for supporting my candidacy for Hudson County Democratic Organization Chairman, as well as for his efforts to strengthen our party and our county. Being considered to lead this great organization is an honor, and I look forward to speaking with our mayors, state legislators, county committee members and other Democratic leaders about my vision for building an even stronger party as we move towards pivotal elections in the coming years.

There is more work to be done before that, and I look forward to standing alongside Chairman Vainieri and Hudson County’s Democratic leaders to re-elect our Congressman Rob Menendez, who has delivered millions of dollars in federal funds for our communities, stood up for our working families and defended our Democratic values.”

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