The weather was perfect for a full day of talking to constituents during Hawthorne Day on September 22nd. Craig Cayetano said “it was great to connect with people across the town at this massive event. Our message was well received.”
A few days later on September 27th, Cayetano and the Passaic County Greens held its fun, free and nostalgic event: “Gaming With The Greens.” This was part of a voter registration drive, plus a Meet & Greet with free gaming at Billy’s Midway at 312 Lafayette Ave, in Hawthorne NJ. Attendees were treated to empanadas, a taco station and light refreshments courtesy of El Gallo. Cayetano unveiled his “Green Vision & Future for Hawthorne” platform to propel Hawthorne ahead for the next decade. It’s a bold vision which will be published for media on cayetano4council.com, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Madelyn Hoffman, Green Party 2020 Senate Candidate and Cayetano’s Campaign Manager said, “These events have been ways for Hawthorne residents to meet this dynamic candidate, who’s running with a political party that’s gaining popularity throughout the world. Greens are concerned about global climate change, ecological sustainability, commitment to local businesses and an economy based on peace, not war.”
On Thursday night, October 3rd, Craig Cayetano will discuss elements of his platform with a national audience via Green Party US’s 2nd Annual Green Wave Telethon. The Telethon will raise awareness and money for Green Party candidates across the country. “We are proud to be invited to appear on the Green Party US Facebook page for this livestream!” said Ward 3 Candidate Cayetano. The livestream event will take place on Facebook from 9pm to 10pm EST. You can login at this link on Thursday night.
Finally, the campaign will continue its “Breakfast & Canvassing” each Sunday at 10am until election day, meeting first at Andy’s Corner on 438 Lafayette Ave, in Hawthorne. “The campaign’s goal is to knock on over 700 doors in Ward 3,” said manager Hoffman.“Canvassing is the best way to find out what Hawthorne residents really want and Craig has been listening. Lawn signs are on the way and volunteers are always welcomed! I urge you to become part of this community-building effort!”