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Progressive Democrats of Hudson County turn in over a thousand signatures to get on the ballot for County Executive and six County Commissioner seats.

This represents the first hurdle cleared for the Progressive Democrats of Hudson County slate, and the opportunity for the Progressives to take the open County Executive seat as well as a majority on the Board of the County Commission.

(Jersey City, Monday, March 27th) —  The Progressive Democrats of Hudson County have turned in over 1,000 signatures today for seven candidates, six county commissioner candidates in districts 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, and 9, and for the open county executive seat being vacated by Tom DeGise.

“Progressives are committed to building a movement to elect a majority to the Board of Commissioners and take the County Executive. Hudson County voters are crying out for more non-profit affordable housing, preserving our urban green spaces, and ending the practice of ‘double dipping’ for county jobs.” Eleana Little, the Progressives nominee for County Executive, says. “These are issues the Progressive Democrats of Hudson County are committed to delivering on.”

 Progressive are excited to carry the momentum from petitioning into the rest of the campaign. Already close to 5,000 doors have been knocked by the joint campaign, reaching out to voters from North Bergan to Jersey City to Bayonne and Kearny. The candidates have also raised over $70,000 dollars across all campaign accounts, ensuring they have the resources needed to take on the machine. The primary for all county-level seats is June 6th

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