Creating jobs isn’t a partisan issue, I will wake up everyday working to bring more jobs and businesses here in North Jersey because it’s all about jobs and building a stronger future.

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New Jersey’s Fifth Congressional District is located in the northernmost part of the state. It includes parts of Bergen, Passaic, Sussex and Warren counties.

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What voters need to know about Josh Gottheimer

Josh Gottheimer supports building on the Affordable Care Act to lower insurance premiums and ensure no one is discriminated against because they have a pre-existing condition. Gottheimer has earned a perfect rating from Planned Parenthood because of his commitment to protecting women’s reproductive rights. He’s fought to protect our families from gun violence, voting for universal background checks to keep guns out of the hands of criminals, terrorists, and domestic abusers. He’s fought to protect Medicare and Social Security from privatization and cuts. And he’s fought for racial justice, cosponsoring the Justice in Policing Act to increase police accountability, combat racial discrimination, and help save lives.


You sent me to Congress to fight for lower taxes and Jersey Values. That’s why I’m working across party lines to find common ground and get things done that are good for New Jersey, not a national political agenda.

What are Jersey Values?

Jersey Values mean safer neighborhoods, lower taxes, honoring our seniors and getting something done ahead of partisanship.

“Because every child deserves to come home safely”

Josh wrote Miranda’s law to guarantee that school districts are notified if a bus driver has a bad record, and called for lap and shoulder seat belts on every bus.



Growing up in North Caldwell, Josh Gottheimer’s childhood was similar to that of most Jersey kids. Josh’s mom was a nursery school teacher. His father started their own business in his basement when he was just 18. Owning their own business meant some years were better than others, but…

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