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Morris County Democrats Rally for Primary at Chatham Gazebo; Congressional Candidate Sherrill is Event's Rock Star

Chatham Borough Council member Thaddeus Kobylarz with congressional candidate Mikie Sherrill Credits: TAP Chatham
Senator Bob Menendez talks to Morris County Democrats at Chatham Gazebo rally on Saturday Credits: TAP Chatham
Democratic congressional candidate Mikie Sherrill listens to a prospective voter at Chatham rally on Saturday Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham Democrats pose with Mikie Sherrill Credits: TAP Chatham
Mikie Sherrill and Senator Bob Menendez share the Chatham Gazebo stage on Saturday Credits: TAP Chatham
Parsippany Mayor Michael Soriano at Chatham Gazebo Democratic rally on Saturday Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham Township resident Shala Gagliardi, who is running for Morris County Clerk, speaks at Democratic rally held at Chatham Gazebo Credits: TAP Chatham
Madison Mayor Bob Conley was one of the enthusiastic supporters of Mikie Sherrill at the Chatham Gazebo rally Credits: TAP Chatham
Morris County Democrats rallied at the Chatham Gazebo on Sunday Credits: TAP Chatham

CHATHAM, NJ - In a lineup that included Senator Bob Menendez and Parsippany Mayor Michael Soriano, the unquestioned drawing card at the Morris County Democrats rally held Saturday at the Chatham Gazebo was 11th Congressional District Candidate Mikie Sherrill.

Chatham Township resident Shala Gagliardi, who is running for Morris County Clerk, on the Democratic ticket, was among the list of speakers to laud Sherrill, who is the favorite to take the Democratic primary on Tuesday, June 5.

Madison Mayor Bob Conley was in the crowd at the rally wearing a Mikie Sherrill t-shirt and holding a Sherrill for U.S. Congress sign.

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Chatham Township's Shala Gagliardi was among the speakers to praise Mikie Sherrill

Parsippany Mayor Michael Soriano helped introduce Mikie Sherrill to the crowd

Senator Bob Menendez gives his speech introducing Mikie Sherrill

Congressional candidate Mikie Sherrill was the rock star at Democratic rally held at Chatham Gazebo


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