WAYNE, NJ: - Rosemary Becchi (candidate CD-11) celebrated the opening of a second campaign office in Wayne on Monday evening along with staff and elected officials. Supporters
gathered to welcome the community into the new space for a chance to hear from the candidate. “We chose to open a second campaign office in Wayne because we wanted to be close to the community here. We continue to gain support in Wayne and we wanted to show our appreciation and be available to hear their concerns in person” Rosemary said.
Attendees were greeted with hot dogs, pretzels and refreshments as they mingled in a socially distant manner with the candidate. "We are fortunate to have a candidate like Rosemary," Wayne Mayor Chris Vergano said. "We need someone with her policy expertise to go to Washington to drive real change. Businesses and families in New Jersey are in desperate need of a leader they can count on and one who will advocate for their interests."
In a race where Rosemary is battling a well-funded incumbent, she continues to gain traction with her message of ending partisan politics and easing the financial pressures on New Jersey families. While there is more hard work ahead, early indications are she is steadily gaining strong support.