Gov Murphy to Knock on Doors with Madison Democratic Candidates

Governor Phil Murphy address constituents at the Madison Train Station. Murphy to Knock on Doors with Madison Democratic Candidates Conley, Byrne & Ehrlich on Saturday, November 2

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will join Mayor Bob Conley and Borough Council Candidates Maureen Byrne and Rachel Ehrlich during their Super Saturday Canvass on Saturday, November 2, to mobilize voters for the Tuesday, November 5 election. Volunteers will be knocking on doors across Madison to remind neighbors to get to the polls and that every vote matters.

This election also includes a number of key races throughout the Madison area, and voters will be reminded to cast their vote for State Assemblyman John McKeon and Assemblywoman Mila Jasey, County Freeholder candidates Cara Parmigiani, David Timpanaro, and Cary Amaro, Michael Thompson for County Surrogate, and William Schievella for County Sheriff.

Madison Democratic Committee is asking for volunteers to join them:

Saturday, November 2
11am-3pm (come for as little as an hour)
12 Pomeroy Road, Madison

The candidates stated: “We are grateful and excited that Governor Murphy is joining our team on Saturday as we make our final push to remind voters to get to the polls on Tuesday. We have knocked on thousands of doors and talked to neighbors about their priorities for Madison. Every election matters, and many local races are decided by a handful of votes. We urge all voters to make sure they have a plan to vote on Tuesday, November 5.”

Visit the Madison Democratic Committee’s voter information page for mail-in ballot, early voting, and regular voting information: