Progressive champion Lisa McCormick needs your endorsement in her campaign to win the Democratic nomination for Union County Surrogate, an obscure government office concerned with wills and adoptions, on the Democrats United for Progress ticket or Column C in the June 4 Democratic primary election.
Joining McCormick on the Democrats United for Progress team are Carlos Rivas and Mark Lighten, who will face Assemblyman James Kennedy and Assemblywoman Linda Carter in the 22nd legislative district primary race.
Plainfield school board member Wilma Campbell, Linden economic development chief Alex Lospinoso, and former Roselle city councilwoman Sylvia Turnage are running for freeholder on the Democrats United for Progress ticket, which will appear in Column C on the June 4 ballot.
Also running on the Democrats United for Progress ticket in Column C on the June 4 ballot
Barry E. Javick, Monique Caldwell, Marlene Berghammer, Ralph Strano & Garnett Blaine for Linden City Council
Terri Briggs-Jones for Plainfield City Council
Archange Antoine for Roselle Mayor
Cynthia Johnson & France D. Tucker for Roselle Council
Linden Mayor Derek Armstead has endorsed Lisa McCormick for Union County Surrogate alonfg with the entire Democrats United for Progress ticket, which will appear in Column C on the June 4 ballot. Armstead and McCormick were running mates in 2010, when he won the first of three consecutive nominations for mayor and she garnered 47 percent of the vote for County Clerk.
Rev. Tracey Brown, a well-known community advocate who is pastor at Ruth Fellowship Ministries and a former Plainfield City Council member, has also endorsed Lisa McCormick.