SUSSEX COUNTY, N.J. – Today, November 4, 2018, just two days before the 2018 midterm election, Josh Gottheimer started the day speaking with Sussex County voters at the Airport Diner in Wantage and the Sit n’ Chat Diner in Franklin.
“So much of what we need to do to build a strong future for our community has nothing to do with Democrat or Republican issues; they’re Fifth District issues,” said Josh Gottheimer. “This morning, I was reminded of that fact when I returned to the Airport Diner in Wantage, where, just a year ago, I had joined Republican State Senator Steve Oroho for a bipartisan breakfast after the Diner was vandalized with hateful graffiti. Today, just two days before the election, I spoke with Sussex County voters about my work with Fifth District towns and mayors–Democrats and Republicans–to fight to invest in infrastructure, improve access to fast and affordable broadband, support our police officers, firefighters, and veterans, cut taxes, and claw back more federal tax dollars back to New Jersey from Washington. Last year, the Wantage Fire Department won their first Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) grant in 13 years.”
Below: Gottheimer speaks with Sussex County voters at the Airport Diner in Wantage
Below: Gottheimer speaks with Sussex County voters at the Sit n’ Chat Diner in Franklin