Celebrate Honor Remember our Vets

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On Monday May 28th the Hunterdon County Democrats will Celebrate + Honor + Remember our Veterans and all who served our great country in the Military.

Please join the HCDC at our Headquarters, located at 155 Main Street, Flemington, for a picnic celebration immediately following the Veterans Day Parade and Memorial Service, which takes place at the Flemington Monument. 

We will be serving hotdogs & burgers to all who stop by our Headquarters! We estimate Flemington's planned activities will end around noon, so join us then for a bite to eat and to meet some of our candidates.

This is our way of saying Thanks to our Veterans and the Community!

 

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Putting People Back in Politics

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The Union Township Democrats have announced they will now be holding their monthly meetings on the 4th Tuesday of every month at the National Hotel in Frenchtown, NJ from 7-9pm.

The next meeting scheduled for May 22nd will feature guest speaker, Dr. Edward Schneier, author of "Putting People Back in Politics".  Don't miss this rare and exciting opportunity to hear a prestigious educator and political activist speak right here in Hunterdon County! 

RSVP: By May 15th to Christina Russoniello at crrussoniello@gmail.com

About the Author: Dr. Schneier is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at City College of New York (CCNY) and has taught Political Science at Colgate, Columbia, Johns Hopkins and Princeton.   His previous books include Vote Power (Doubleday, 1974), Congress Today (Holt, Rinehart, 1993) and New York Politics (M.E. Sharpe, 2010). Dr. Schneier has worked in the United States Senate and the New York State Assembly; been the president of Democratic clubs in California, New Jersey and New York; run for Congress in 1976; and worked part-time as a lobbyist in Albany. In line with an old New York political tradition, he has been a partner in two Lower Manhattan saloons. The recipient of fellowship awards from the Brookings Institution, the Fulbright Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Humanities, Schneier lives with his wife Margrit in upstate New York.

 

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Poll Workers Needed

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Are you interested or do you know someone who may be interested in becoming a Poll Worker for an upcoming election?

It’s not volunteer work as you do get paid ($200 for the day). You MUST be a Hunterdon County Resident and a Registered Voter!

Before you can work as a Poll Worker for the County, you must attend an instruction class which is held in the Route 12 County Complex, Building #1, in Flemington, NJ 08822. The classes are about 2 hours long.

THE DATES FOR UPCOMING 2018 POLL WORKER CLASSES ARE SCHEDULED AS FOLLOWS:

  • Monday, May 14, 2018 @ 10:00 am
  • Friday, May 18, 2018 @ 10:00 am

Please contact Michelle Miller, Hunterdon County Board of Elections at mmiller@co.hunterdon.nj.us or call 788-1190 for additional information and to register for a class.

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Malinowski announces Grand Opening of Campaign Headquarters

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Tom Malinowski, the Hunterdon County endorsed candidate for Congress (CD7) and Team Tom announce the grand opening of the Malinowski for Congress Campaign Headquarters.

A day long celebration is scheduled for Saturday, May 12th at the former Sylvan Learning Center, located at 1962 Washington Valley Road, Martinsville, NJ.  The event runs from 10am - 2pm .  Visit the Red Carpet Wall, the Instagram Booth and find out how you can volunteer and be an important part of Team Tom and helping him win the election!

Scheduled activities include:

10am - 2pm - Canvass and Cookout

2pm - 4pm - HQ Grand Opening with Guest Speakers

For information contact team@malinowskifornj.com

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Hunterdon Medical Center Health Forum

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The Hunterdon Medical Center is hosting a Health Care Forum to Elected Public Officials. The program which is free, will cover topics such as an overview of the Hunterdon County Partnership for Health, Comprehensive Cancer Care Program, Ensuring Quality Patient Care, Magnet Nursing and Resources, Treatment Programs and Opioid Initiative.  

The event will be held Friday, May 11th in the Auditorium of the Hunterdon Medical Center, 2100 Wescott Dr, Flemington, NJ.

Registration and Coffee begin at 8:30am and the program begins at 9:00am with a welcome from Dr. Robert Cody, Chair of the Hunterdon Healthcare System Board.   The 1st guest speaker will be Robert Wise, President and CEO of the Hunterdon Healthcare System. Mr. Wise will provide an overview of the Hunterdon Healthcare System and the "Commitment to Community Health."

Following the scheduled speakers there will be an Open Forum where attendees can ask the medical experts questions. Then everyone will be taken on a tour of the facilities including the Cardiovascular Center, Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, Emergency Department, Cancer Center and the MICU Garage.   The program will conclude at 11:30 am.

 

For information and to rsvp contact David Harkness, Director of Government & Community Affairs at dharkness@hhsnj.org

***  Please note - this event is for public officials and candidates seeking election

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