Since 2017, you know that we have been active in educating, engaging and empowering residents in central NJ in local, regional, and state-wide politics and you have joined us in advocating for better healthcare laws, social justice issues,… Read More
Join a grassroots effort of writing and mailing election reminders to boost voter turnout in critical congressional districts in central NJ. Personalized, handwritten postcards can increase voter turnout. Tuesday October 11Starts at 6:00 pm; arrive anytime until 8:00… Read More
IMPORTANT DATES for PRIMARY ELECTION in NEW JERSEY May 17: Voter Registration Mail and Online Deadline, postmarked. May 31: Mail-in-Ballot Application by Mail Deadline, received. June 3-5: In Person Early Primary Voting, polls are open Friday and Saturday… Read More
Assembly Bill 5687/Senate bill 3883 establishes Crisis Response Support Program to make mental health services available to police departments responding to certain emergencies; appropriates $2,000,000. Given the current absence of affordable, public mental health services, people with mental… Read More
High prescription drug prices are hurting our families. New Jersey lawmakers have a chance to do something about it before the current legislative session ends by passing A2418/S1066 which establishes a prescription drug affordability board. We need relief… Read More
Nearly 4 in 10 American adults report NOT taking their Rx medications at some point in the past year because of the cost. NJ lawmakers have a chance to do something about it, but they need to hear… Read More
Please join us in supporting the “NJ Municipal Instant Runoff” bills (A 4744 and S 2992) and by asking for committee hearings to improve the bills. Contact your legislators by going to https://p2a.co/Hgw6nE7 and filling out the online… Read More
The Prescription Drug Affordability Board bill passed out of the NJ Senate Health Committee this week. Great news but there’s still work to do. Contact your legislators linked here.