Coalition of over 400 Latino pastors and ministers, representing over 50,000 congregants, proudly endorses US Congressman Sires and Hudson Column B Democrats

The New Jersey Coalition of Latino Pastors and Ministers supports leaders who believe in protecting marginalized people and getting results. Guided by its mission and commitment to faith, proudly endorses the reelection of US Congressman Albio Sires.

“Hudson County is fortunate to have a leader like Congressman Sires, who is not only a true advocate for the best interests of all residents, but a fighter for access to health care, educational equity, social justice, women’s equality, job creation and most recently, passing the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act,” stated Rev. Bolivar Flores, Vice President of NJCLPM. “At a time of unprecedented assaults, Congressman Sires consistently advocates to maintain the American Dream, support DACA recipients, pass comprehensive immigration reform, and keep families together.”

Equally, we strongly support the reelection of Freeholder Chair Anthony Vainieri, Freeholder Kenny Kopacz, Freeholder Bill O’Dea, Freeholder Jerry Walker, Freeholder Anthony Romano, Freeholder Caridad Rodriguez and Freeholder Albert Cifelli for Hudson County Freeholders.

“These public servants have delivered on a progressive agenda throughout their tenure on the Freeholder

Board. One that protects the most vulnerable, creates opportunities for working families, helps local businesses thrive, revitalizes our infrastructure by making major investments, improves our parks and made bold and strategic decisions to help us get through the COVID-19 crisis,” said Rev. Raul Ruiz, President of NJCLPM. “Also, their experienced leadership will help families and communities get through these critically challenging times.” 

We also endorse the candidacy of Yraida Apointe-Lipski and Freeholder Fanny Cedeno, as their long-standing leadership in civic advocacy and service will help further efforts to create opportunities and better the lives of all Hudson County residents.

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