Tammy Murphy Receives Over 40 Endorsements from Local, State, and County Leaders in Monmouth County

RED BANK, NJ – Today, Tammy Murphy received over 40 endorsements from local, state, and county Democratic leaders across Monmouth County in her bid for U.S. Senate.

“Tammy Murphy has been a long-time Monmouth County resident and I cannot overemphasize the significance of having someone who lives and knows Monmouth well in the Senate,” said Rep. Frank Pallone. “Like me Tammy is a progressive. I have been an active member of the Progressive Caucus in Congress much longer than any other elected official in our state. That means we care together about poverty, criminal justice reform, gun safety and the need for our foreign policy to emphasize democracy, human rights, and the rule of law. Tammy will be a great Senator and a fantastic partner to accomplish our goals and improve the quality of life for Monmouth County residents and all New Jerseyans.”

“Monmouth County has been my home since 1998, and I am proud of the grassroots work I have done here whether through helping elect progressive candidates or volunteering at Soul Kitchen and Lunch Break, sitting on the boards of the Count Basie Theater, Rumson Country Day School, and the Monmouth Conservation Foundation, chairing the Monmouth Medical Center Foundation, or even founding what has become our cherished teen helpline at 180 Turning Lives Around,” said Tammy Murphy. “I have raised my family here in Monmouth County and have been deeply engaged with our community since Day One. I am grateful to Congressman Pallone, Asbury Park Deputy Mayor Amy Quinn, and all those who support my campaign for U.S. Senate. Together, we will take on the greatest issues facing all New Jerseyans.”

Tricia Maguire
Democratic State Committee, Monmouth County

Frank Pallone,
Congress, 6th Congressional District

Eric Houghtaling
Former Assemblyman, Legislative District 11

John D’Amico Jr.
Former Senator, Commissioner, & Superior Court Judge,  Legislative District 11

Amy Mallet
Former Commissioner, Monmouth County

Fred Tagliarini
Mayor, Aberdeen 

Concetta Kelley 
Deputy Mayor, Aberdeen

Angela Ahbez-Anderson
Municipal Chair, Councilwoman, Asbury Park

Amy Quinn
Deputy Mayor, Asbury Park

Regina Keelan
Municipal Chair, Atlantic Highlands

Lori Hohenleitner 
Mayor, Atlantic Highlands

John Walsh 
Municipal Chair, Belmar 

 Stephen Lozowick
Municipal Chair, Bradley Beach

Larry Fox
Mayor, Bradley Beach

Kevin Starkey
Municipal Chair, Brielle

Mary Paraskevas
Municipal Chair, Hazlet 

John McCabe 
Municipal Chair, Howell

Joan Butcher-Farkas 
Municipal Vice-Chair, Howell

Teresa Bergerm
Mayor, Howell

Matt Kitchen
Municipal Chair, Keansburg

Victoria Pacheco
Municipal Chair, Keyport 

Kevin Higgins 
Mayor, Lake Como 

Paul Fernicola
Mayor Loch Arbour

John Pallone 
Mayor, Long Branch 

Joe Altomonte
Mayor, Matawan 

Mike Morris
Municipal Chair, Middletown

Natalie Biello
Municipal Chair, Millstone 

James Mowczan
Municipal Chair, Neptune 

Beverly Holland
Municipal Vice- Chair, Neptune 

Tassie York
Mayor, Neptune 

Mike Beson
Municipal Chair, Ocean 

John Napolitani 
Mayor, Ocean 

Jenn Naughton
Mayor, Spring Lake

Lauren Albrecht,
Municipal Chair, Wall

Ken Connors
Municipal Chair, Union Beach 

Robert Swindle
Councilman, Aberdeen

Arthur Hirsch
Councilman, Aberdeen

Joe Martucci
Councilman, Aberdeen

Margaret Montone
Municipal-Vice Chair, Aberdeen 

Brian Dougherty
Councilmember, Atlantic Highlands  

Michal DiMiceli
Councilmember, Fair Haven 

Michael Donaldson
Councilman, Keansburg

Hawley Scull, 
Councilwoman, Lake Como 

Mary Jane Celli
Councilwoman, Long Branch

Lorenzo Dangler
Councilwoman, Long Branch

Arlan Feiles
Councilman, Matawan

Steven Russell
Councilman, Matawan

Kevin McMillian
Township Committee, Former Mayor, Neptune 

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.