SHORT HILLS, NJ - Governor Phil Murphy, Senator  Richard Codey, Assemblymembers John McKeon and Mila Jasey, Freeholders Brendan Gill and Leonard Luciano, Essex County Democratic Chairman LeRoy Jones and Millburn Democratic Chair Annette Romano joined Mayor Dianne Eglow and Richard Wasserman for a get out the vote rally on Sunday night in Millburn.  

"Dianne has a record of improving transparency, improving our ball fields and addressing the big issues facing our community.  Together with Richard, I'm confident they will get the job done for our community,"  said Millburn Democratic Chair Annette Romano. “Last night's rally is a real testament to the progress we've made and the relationships our candidates have built at all levels of government.”

At the rally, the Democratic team spoke about making progress for all Millburn residents. "After years of stagnation, we're making progress and moving Millburn forward.  It's not an easy task, that's why bringing our community together to solve problems is so important,” said Mayor Eglow.  “We will continue to do that,” she added.

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Wasserman added, “I've been going door-to-door, talking to voters, listening to concerns. I hear every day that they're heartened to see the progress we've made, but want a team that will continue to roll their sleeves up and do the work.  That's why I'm running.  As a business owner, I know that you have to be creative and you can't get complacent." 

Eglow concluded, “We're proud of the relationships we've built at all levels of government.  It helps Millburn when we can pick up the phone and call Assemblymembers Jasey and McKeon and Senator Codey, when we can get in touch with County Executive Joe DiVincenzo and our freeholders, when our Congressman Tom Malinowski comes to downtown Millburn.  We thank everyone for their support and humbly ask Millburn to get out and vote for the Line A Democratic team.