To the Editor:
It was my honor and privilege to represent the people of Central New Jersey and to work to improve your quality of life. As a member of Congress and as a professional scientist, I’ve always believed that policy decisions should be based on evidence, not ideology.
On November 3rd, you have a chance to elect two people to the NJ General Assembly that will do just that. Andrew Zwicker is a physicist and the Head of Science Education at Princeton University’s Plasma Physics Laboratory, where I was once the Assistant Director. Many years ago, I hired Andrew and it was clear to me that as good as he was as a scientist, he was even better at relating to people. Andrew has devoted his career to finding solutions to difficult problems such as developing a new source of clean energy and training the next generation of students to compete in a global economy. I wasn’t surprised when he called me and said he wanted to be involved in public service and I said, without any hesitation at all, that I would like to help. Maureen Vella is a former Municipal judge, a family practice lawyer, and a professional mediator. Maureen understands that legislation needs to be carefully crafted so that unintended consequences are few and far between and is a patient negotiator who works toward an acceptable compromise that will produce positive action. New Jersey needs leaders like Andrew and Maureen now.
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Pennington, NJ 08534
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