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Gov. Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy. Photo courtesy of Murphy for Governor.

Governor, First Lady continue campaign swing with 14 Election Day appearances

Governor will stump for 4 legislative slates, will join Stack in Union City

By David Wildstein, November 04 2019 10:09 pm

Gov. Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy will vote at 8:05 AM tomorrow at their polling place in Red Bank, followed a heavy schedule of appearances.

The 14 Election Day stops — all north of I-195 — bring the total number of campaign events by the governor and first lady since Friday evening to 59.

The governor will campaign throughout the day with Assembly incumbents: Eric Houghtaling and Joanne Downey in the 11th, Shavonda Sumter and Benjie Wimberly in the 36th, Lisa Swain and Christopher Tully in the 38th.

Murphy will also stump with challengers Lisa Bhimani and Darcy Draeger in the 25th.   He’ll campaign with Democrats in Irvington, with Mayor Brian Stack in Union City, a Central Labor Council canvass launch with New Jersey AFL-CIO President Charles Wowkanech, with Mercer Democrats.

Tammy Murphy will be at a Somerset County for a phone bank and to canvass with Democratic freeholder candidate Melonie Marano.  She will also canvass with Berkeley Heights Mayor Angie Devanney, a Union County labor walk in Cranford, and will stump with East Newark mayoral candidate Dina Grilo, who is unopposed.

The Murphy’s will begin election night with Passaic County Democrats and will deliver remarks at the Somerset County Democratic election night headquarters in Somerville.

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