NEW JERSEY STATE ELECTRICAL WORKERS ASSOCIATION CONSTRUCTION DIVISION APPROVES GOVERNOR PHIL MURPHY.

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NEW JERSEY STATE ELECTRICAL WORKERS ASSOCIATION CONSTRUCTION DIVISION APPROVES GOVERNOR PHIL MURPHY.

The construction division of the NJ State Electrical Workers Association has announced its approval for the November 2021 gubernatorial elections. The association has supported incumbent Democrat Phil Murphy as governor for re-election. “Our state and our nation have been challenged for the past two years due to Covid-19 which in turn has caused an economic downturn, an unstable economy and uncertainty over the workforce,” said State Association president Joe Egan.

“Phil Murphy has been a strong advocate for the construction trades and the IBEW and has always worked with our association to create new opportunities for our members. The Governor has always kept our organization at the forefront by creating green jobs for our members, whether in the solar or wind industry or by creating new opportunities for construction projects through the various incentive programs. state, ”Egan said.

The Association wholeheartedly agrees that the Governor is a man of honor and integrity and consistently prioritizes the men and women of the trades when it comes to protecting the rights, health and safety of workers. and create labor laws that ensure everyone is treated fairly and equal.

“The governor’s impressive professional and political careers demonstrate his strong ability to continue to lead our state in these difficult times,” said Egan. Along with my five other esteemed colleagues from across the state, I couldn’t think of anyone fairer to lead our state and continue to create opportunities for our members statewide. “WE wholeheartedly endorse Phil Murphy for the governorship and are proud to support him for many years! », Finished Egan

Joe Egan, IBEW Local 456 (New Brunswick)

Pat Delle Cava, IBEW Local 102 (Parsippany)

Dan Cosner, IBEW Local 351 (Folsom)

Steve Aldrich, IBEW Local 269 (Trenton)

Dan Gumble, IBEW Local 164 (Paramus)

Robert Shimko, IBEW Local 400 (Wall)

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