Gov. Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy will continue their 21-county campaign swing tomorrow with fourteen stops to help Bob Menendez and Democratic congressional and local candidates throughout the state.
The schedule hits Democratic strongholds clearly aimed at enhancing voter turnout operations.
The governor will begin at 8AM at the Rutherford train station with local candidates running there. He’ll attend a 9 AM GOTV rally in Lyndhurst with Menendez and Bergen County Democratic Chairman Louis Stellato, followed by a press event with Menendez in Elizabeth.
In the afternoon, Murphy will stump with Menendez and Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. in Perth Amboy, and with Union County Democratic Chairman Nicholas Scutari and mayor Christian Bollwage in Elizabeth. He’ll be in Morristown for a 4 PM even with Democratic House candidate Mikie Sherrill, mayor Tim Dougherty and Morris County Democratic Chairman Chip Robinson.
At 6:30 PM, the governor will speak at an Asian Pacific Indian rally in Woodbridge.
The First Lady will begin her day at the Woodstown Diner in Salem County, followed by stops in Gloucester and Camden counties with Rep. Donald Norcross.
Tammy Murphy will attend a canvass launch for congressional candidate Andy Kim in Marlton, and return to Camden for a seniors bingo event with Norcross.
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