To the Editor:

We all have important decisions to make on Election Day, and my choice is Cori Herbig for Parsippany Town Council. Cori is always there, observing Council meetings, speaking up on meaningful issues, and connecting with this community. She understands our town, and will do a fine job representing it.

Cori cares about both the big challenges facing our country, and the ones we face every day right here in town. Her experience as Director of State Government Affairs at Everytown for Gun Safety gives her a grasp of the practical legislative process for achieving common-sense measures that improve all our lives.

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Cori has a strong background in the law: a degree from Pace Law School, and a certificate in Environmental Law from there too, as well as a certificate in Criminology from Rutgers University. This shows the commitment and effectiveness she will bring to working for Parsippany’s green space, and working with local law enforcement to keep our streets and schools safe.

Cori has protected animals at the ASPCA, and championed families as a lawyer fighting illegal evictions. No matter who needs help, Cori is pledged to give it, and has shown results. In the same way, if elected she will be a representative for all Parsippany residents.

I’ve lived in Parsippany for 26 years, and I want to entrust it to those who will help it thrive for 50 more. That’s why I’m voting for Cori Herbig, Rob Kaminski, and Judy Hernandez for Town Council on November 5.

Adam McGovern
87 St. John's Ave.
Mount Tabor, NJ, 07878