Dominick Puzio Race for Sheriff Draws State Attention


The Hunterdon County race for Sheriff has drawn the attention of the state, including that of NJ Democratic State Committee Chairman John Currie.   Candidate Dominick Puzio has run a robust race for Sheriff and his efforts certainly have not gone unnoticed.  

Chairman Currie featured Puzio in his "Chairman's Update" newsletter in the Local & County Race Spotlight. Here's what the Chairman had to say about Puzio....

"Dominick Puzio is a career law enforcement officer who is running for Hunterdon County Sheriff to establish better partnerships with local police departments and make the county safer for local families.
This week Dominick won the endorsement of the Communication Workers of America (CWA) one of our state's largest and greatest labor unions supporting working families."

Puzio received the support of the CWA labor union which represents more than 70,000 members, including more than 40,000 state workers, 15,000 county and local governments and thousands of workers in the telecommunications and direct-care industries.

CWA Statement: “Dominick’s dedication, honor and integrity is without question, and we are proud to endorse Dominick for sheriff of Hunterdon County. Dominick’s commitment to the citizens and communities of New Jersey, along with his commitment to his fellow union brothers and sisters is an example of a true leader.”




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HCDC's Blue Reception - Friday Oct 18th

The Hunterdon County Democratic Committee is excited to announce the date for our Annual Blue Reception.  Please join us Friday, October 18th from 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm at Razberry's Banquet Center, 834 NJ Route 12, Frenchtown, NJ

This year we will feature dinner, dancing and a silent auction.  You will not want to miss out on this exciting event.

And if that's not enough to come out on a Friday night.... how about this?   Congressman Tom Malinowski is our special guest speaker.   Also, Liz Gilbert, President and Executive Director of the Milwaukee Host Committee for the DNC will be delivering a special video message to Hunterdon County Democrats!

$150 per person. 

Tickets may be purchased in advance by clicking the following link: ACTBLUE

Please RSVP HERE     

You will receive an email after you RSVP. Make sure you open the email to confirm your dinner selection.

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LD 23 Pitch-In to WIN

Let’s ALL “Pitch In for the WIN” in LD23! 

Thurs, Oct 10 thru Sun, Oct 13 


To DONATE $5 Or More, Click HERE  

  • Assembly candidates Denise King and Marisa Trofimov have been working their hearts out across our District (35 Towns in 3 Counties!)


  • We have a GREAT opportunity to WIN these Seats in this Low Turnout Election and have Assemblywomen who represent OUR values  


  • We’ve canvassed all across the District but need an additional $5K for Mailers, FB Ad Boosts, and other media to spread the word about our platform!




To DONATE $5 Or More, Click HERE


Thanks for your support ! 

The LD23 Team

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Raritan Township Residents Call For Reiner’s Resignation


Many Raritan Township residents attended the Committee meeting tonight calling for Committeeman Lou Reiner’s resignation after anti Islamic posts were made on his Facebook page. While Reiner was stripped of his title Deputy Mayor and his comments were denounced by fellow Committee representatives, Reiner had the dissenting no vote on a resolution which called for his resignation.

Click here to read the full story on Insider NJ

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2019 Coordinated Campaign Kickoff

The Hunterdon County Democratic Committee (“HCDC”) announced the start of their 2019 Coordinated Campaign. HCDC will coordinate across the entire county with all local, countywide and legislative races, working together as one, to maximize voter contact for the General Election of 2019. 

Since 2014 the HCDC has taken local and legislative seats that have never been held by a Democrat before. And last year Hunterdon County paved the way for Tom Malinowski to become the Congressman for Congressional District 7 with close to 29,000 votes.

“We are excited to continue our success across the county and look forward to working with all of our candidates to ensure our success on Election Day.  Our candidates are all local residents who have been talking to neighbors and hearing their concerns.  We are confident that the residents of Hunterdon County will come out to support their local neighbors in November,” stated Arlene Quinones Perez, Hunterdon County Democratic County Chair.

With hundreds of volunteers canvassing and phone banking on behalf of state, county and local democrats the HCDC is confident that they will deliver another round of wins this year with an eye toward the 2020 election cycle.

Quinones Perez added, “The spirit of activism is very much alive in Hunterdon county and local Democrats are the beneficiary.  Our party represents unity and we are honored that so many people, from all walks of life, are coming into our ranks to participate at unprecedented levels.  Together we will achieve great victories in 2019.”

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    Dominick Puzio for Sheriff       Cullen McAuliffe for Freeholder


Visit the HCDC Candidate page for information on all the candidates running for office in Hunterdon County

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