SOMERSET COUNTY—Ed Potosnak, Democratic Candidate for Congress, announced endorsements from leaders in his home county, Somerset. Potosnak lives in North Plainfield and taught chemistry at Bridgewater-Raritan Regional High School before being selected for the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship. On Saturday, October 23, Potosnak and volunteers throughout Somerset County will have a Day of Action, engaging in Democratic voter contact and get out the vote activities throughout the day in towns throughout the county.
Peg Schaffer, chair of the Somerset County Democratic Committtee:
“When Ed Potosnak is elected to Congress, I know he will be a strong advocate for the families and businesses in Somerset County. He will make sure our voices are heard and the needs of our most vulnerable citizens are met.”
North Plainfield Mayor Michael Giordano: “North Plainfield stands squarely behind Ed Potosnak. We are proud to have the next Congressman from the 7th district living in our town.”
Ed Pfeifer, Green Brook township committeeman: "Green Brook needs a representative that will put the needs of our community first. Ed Potosnak is that representative. We know that he will fight for the Green Brook Flood Control Project and work to secure the funding we need."
Cecelia Birge, former mayor of Montgomery: "Ed Potosnak will be an excellent representative for Montgomery and the entire 7th Congressional District."
Karen Gaffney, Chair of DFA-Somerset County: "Democracy For America-Somerset County is proud to endorse Ed Potosnak for Congress. We know that he will be a strong voice in Washington for our communities."
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