Lambertville, NJ & New Hope, Pa. – Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018 – Indivisible Lambertville-New Hope (ILNH) today announces the list of candidates the organization has selected to endorse for the 2018 elections. ILNH is a local, grassroots volunteer organization focused on educating and uniting citizens in actions that support its core values of democracy, equality, inclusiveness, honesty and respect.
The candidates selected for ILNH endorsement are those that the organization is confident will uphold the values which are fundamental to the organization. In addition, the following candidates have actively demonstrated the care and concern for the welfare of the people and environment that they will represent which ILNH expects of elected officials.
“This endorsement marks the maturity of our group and of our movement,” said Cynthia Sternfeld, director, Indivisible Lambertville-New Hope. “It’s the product of 20 months of learning and work by our group, to select and elect candidates who align with our values and care about the issues we care about. These candidates are those who inspire us and who we believe will drive better, long term, systemic remedies.”
ILNH endorsed candidates for national, state and local elected government offices include:
From New Jersey
- Robert Menendez for U.S. Senate
- Tom Malinowski for U.S. House of Representatives, NJ CD 7
- Verlina Reynolds-Jackson for NJ Assembly, LD 15
- Cullen McAuliffe for Hunterdon County Freeholder
- Lynne McClintock for Hunterdon County Freeholder
- Robert Casey for U.S. Senate
- Scott Wallace for U.S. House of Representatives, CD 01
- Tom Wolf for Governor
- John Fetterman for Lt. Governor
- Tina Davis for State Senate, LD 6
- Steve Santarsiero for State Senate, LD 10
- Andrew Dixon for State Representative, LD 29
- Wendy Ullman for State Representative, LD 143
- Meredith Buck for State Representative, LD 144
- Helen Tai for State Representative, LD 178
ILNH has over 1000 members from Hunterdon and Bucks Counties. It is part of the national, Indivisible organization and one of over 6000 local Indivisible groups throughout the U.S.
For more information about ILNH, visit www.indivisiblelnh.com or send an email to email@example.com