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Drexel student campaigns for NJ State Assembly, professor is running mate

Medina Talebi - April 12, 2019

When President John A. Fry envisioned Drexel University’s future as the most civically engaged university in America, Edward Julian Jordan III, a senior majoring in entrepreneurship and innovation at Drexel’s very own Close School, enlivened this aspiration when he chose to run for New Jersey’s 6th District in the State Assembly, with Rutgers professor Danie Moss-Velasco as his running mate. Jordan and Moss-Velasco, both New Jersey natives, run their campaign on the platforms that their constituents are most concerned with, namely taxes and education.

Camden County Clerk Sued By Democratic Challengers

April 11, 2019 - Cherry Hill, NJ

Complaint alleges that Ripa, Schmidt, and Orlando acted unlawfully. A lawsuit filed today asserts that Camden County Clerk
Joseph Ripa illegally removed freeholder candidates running against his allies, Freeholders Carmen Rodriguez and Ed McDonnell, from the Democratic primary ballot, preventing a
truly contested Democratic primary election in Camden County this June.

Who are the ‘phantom’ Democratic candidates in the Camden County primary?
Jan Hefler - May 4, 2019
Who are the ‘phantom’ Democratic candidates in the Camden County primary?
Jan Hefler - May 4, 2019

Progressive Democrats who are trying to beat the entrenched Camden County Democratic Committee in the June primaries — under the hashtag of “unplug the machine” — are not just running against the endorsed candidates who have been in office as long as a decade.

Progressive Democrats who are trying to beat the entrenched Camden County Democratic Committee in the June primaries — under the hashtag of “unplug the machine” — are not just running against the endorsed candidates who have been in office as long as a decade.

Progressives and Camden County Democratic machine wage all-out war in primary race
Jan Hefler - April 30, 2019

Galvanized by a blue wave that brought fresh faces into government in November, an unprecedented 107 progressives united under one banner this year to buck the endorsed candidates of the entrenched Camden County Democratic Committee in the June 4 primaries.

Activist Dems challenge Greenwald, Lampitt
Nikita Biryukov - April 1, 2019

Two activist Democrats are challenging Incumbents in the sixth legislative district, seeking to break the stranglehold power broker George Norcross has on South Jersey’s Democratic politics.

Julian Jordan and Danie Moss-Velasco are challenging Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald and Assemblywoman Pamela Lampitt. The two challengers have never run before, but Jordan said he was up to the task. “I know it’s a challenge, but life is a challenge, and I’m up for it,” Jordan said, adding that he wasn’t scared of Norcross.

How Companies and Allies of One Powerful Democrat Got $1.1B in Tax Breaks
Nancy Solomon & Jeff Pilletts - May 2, 2019
How Companies and Allies of One Powerful Democrat Got $1.1B in Tax Breaks
Nancy Solomon & Jeff Pilletts - May 2, 2019

Meet George Norcross. Nearly two-thirds of $1.6 billion in tax incentives in Camden went to his company, business partners, political allies and clients of his brother.

Meet George Norcross. Nearly two-thirds of $1.6 billion in tax incentives in Camden went to his company, business partners, political allies and clients of his brother.

All Quiet on the Primary Front — With State Assembly Races Topping 2019 Ballot
Colleen O'Dea - April 2, 2019

Even with Democratic or Republican contests in more than 40 percent of Assembly districts, mostly party loyalists will turn out, and nominations likely to go those who have the party line.

Nearly $300 Million in Tax Breaks Awarded to 4 Companies With Close Democratic Ties
Matthew Haag - May 2, 2019

Backlash over New Jersey’s lucrative tax incentives grew Thursday over the disclosures that the companies got tax breaks despite questionable claims.