Two local Indivisible chapters in New Jersey Congressional District 7 – Indivisible Lambertville/New Hope and Indivisible Long Valley together applaud the endorsement of Congressman Tom Malinowski by the national Indivisible organization.
Malinowski, a visible and vocal advocate for the people in his district as well as New Jersey, is running for a third term in the House of Representatives. Since winning his first election, Malinowski has sponsored or co-sponsored numerous bills and been instrumental in getting funding for major infrastructure projects, including the Gateway Tunnel and Portal Bridge. New Jersey residents have benefitted from his efforts to secure quality affordable healthcare, reproductive rights, common sense gun legislation, and reduce the effects of climate change among many other issues in which Congressman Malinowski has actively engaged.
“Over his four years in office, Congressman Malinowski has proven he truly understands what it means to be a public servant. We often hear about this candidate or that “working tirelessly” but I can say with absolute confidence that Tom Malinowski lives and breathes to care for and improve the lives of those he represents,” said Cindi Sternfeld, leader, Indivisible Lambertville/New Hope. “We are extremely pleased that Indivisible’s national leadership agrees with us and has thrown their support to Tom as well.”
“Re-electing Tom Malinowski is the right choice for our district and our country. He is committed to securing voting rights, equal rights, climate action, and economic policies that help working families, small businesses and family farms in NJ.” said Brenda Sheeder Nast, Indivisible Long Valley. He will continue to deliver the resources our communities need while protecting our freedoms and our elections from MAGA Extremists.”
Indivisible Lambertville/New Hope and Indivisible Long Valley endorsed Congressman Malinowski at the local chapter level, and subsequently nominated him for the national endorsement. Those selected for a national endorsement must complete a questionnaire evaluating their position on a number of issues important to Indivisible constituents, including voting rights, climate change, immigration, healthcare, economic justice and workplace safety and fairness. Indivisible organizations provide its communities with the resources, power, and opportunities that encourage and enable sustained engagement in all levels of democracy.