Bergen County Sheriff Anthony Cureton Endorses Tammy Murphy for U.S. Senate

February 2, 2024


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Bergen County Sheriff Anthony Cureton Endorses Tammy Murphy for U.S. Senate

RED BANK, NJ – Today, Bergen County Sheriff Anthony Cureton endorsed Tammy Murphy for U.S. Senate. Cureton is the first Black elected Sheriff of Bergen County.

“As a lifelong resident of Bergen County, I know that Tammy is deeply familiar with our families, our communities, and most importantly, she understands how to best address our concerns,” said Sheriff Cureton. “Tammy has proven herself to be an effective leader and change maker particularly with her work to improve the complex issue of maternal and infant health in our communities of color. I am confident that Tammy will best represent New Jersey’s families in Washington and I am proud to endorse her for U.S. Senate.”

“Sheriff Cureton’s leadership has shaped both our great state and Bergen County, and I am honored to receive his endorsement for U.S. Senate,” said Tammy Murphy. “During the last six years I have enjoyed significant time getting to know Bergen County’s diverse families, rich culture, and beautiful communities. I am grateful to Sheriff Cureton and excited for our partnership to solve some of the biggest challenges facing all New Jerseyans in the U.S. Senate.”

Murphy has received endorsements from across New Jersey including over sixty faith and community leaders, six Congressional members, over one hundred elected officials, and many unions including the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council 21, the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental, and Reinforcing Iron Workers, the State Troopers Fraternal Association, the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers Local 194, the New Jersey Firefighters Mutual Benevolent Association, and the Eastern Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters.