Burlington County Freeholder Candidates Aimee Belgard and Joanne Schwartz utilized their 1st debate with opponents Bruce Garganio and Mary Ann O’Brien at Medford Leas Continuing Care Retirement Community to point out the failed leadership and wasted taxpayer dollars that has been provided for the residents of Burlington County. Belgard and Schwartz pointed to numerous instances
The Burlington County Democratic Committee is proud to introduce you to our candidates for Freeholder: Aimee Belgard and Joanne Schwartz. Both women are accomplished professionals, devoted citizens, and strong voices that will move Burlington County forward. Take a moment to meet these amazing candidates: An elected Committeewoman in the Township of Edgewater Park since
March 29th is the Burlington County Democratic Committee’s annual Jefferson Jackson Dinner! This annual event is a great opportunity for democrats from across the county to gather, connect, and get energized about the upcoming election cycle. With President Obama’s re-election campaign, and the candidacy of Shelly Adler, there’s even more to be excited about. This
Three municipal leaders from Burlington County traveled to Washington, D.C., this week for a forum on revitalizing the nation’s older suburbs. Among the nearly 150 municipal, business, nonprofit and civic leaders who attended the “Forum on First Suburbs, Inclusion, Sustainability and Economic Growth” on Monday at the White House were Gail Cook, mayor of Beverly
Democrats 2000 held their Burlington County Regional Happy Hour on Thursday May 19 at Champps Americana in Marlton. Here is a photo of attendees with Senate Candidate Carl Lewis and County Surrogate Candidate Sander Friedman.
To serve area veterans, staff from Senator Menendez’s office and the Camden County Office of Veterans Affairs will be on hand to hear concerns and answer questions about Federal and County Issues. For more information, contact 856-757-5353. Please RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Burlington City for A Dinner Dance Cruise on the Philadelphia Belle, with music by The Fabulous Greaseband. The cruise departs from Burlington’s Promenade on Friday, May 20, at 7 pm and returns at 10 pm. Tickets are $100, and include gourmet buffet, wine, beer, and soft drinks. Advance sales only, and tickets are limited, so
Is it possible to deliver a rousing political speech without a lot of bombast? It is if you are Assemblyman and State Democratic Chair John Wisniewski. Wisniewski addressed the faithful at the annual Burlington County Jefferson-Jackson Dinner in Cinnaminson. See video here and read more at BlueJersey.com: