At the meeting Mayor Baraka encouraged Newark residents not to listen to “scare tactics,” and emphasized that the city’s water is not the issue. He called for 1,000 volunteers to take action to canvass neighborhoods and collect signatures to initiate what may become the largest public works project in a lifetime. He said the administration is working to ensure that Newark residents are contracted to replace the pipes, and that with our help, the process will only take two years to complete.
Crashing the Party
A New Generation of Progressive Democrats Stake Their Claim to the County Committee
Finding allies and opportunities for the growth of a progressive contingent on the committee, the Hudson County Progressive Alliance joined forces with local congressional advocacy group NJ-08 for Progress in 2019 to recruit, train and support a fresh batch of progressive candidates to re-shape the party committee for the politics of the 21st Century – pro-active, inclusive and action-oriented.