You are invited to join the Hamilton Democrats for a day of exciting campaign activity! We will be holding a “Hamilton Day of Action,” Saturday, November 1.
Our efforts will support the entire Democratic Party ticket, from U.S. Senator Cory Booker to Mercer County candidates Sheriff Jack Kemler and County Freeholders Lucy Walter and John Cimino, plus Hamilton Board of Education candidate Chris Scales.
We will meet in the parking lot of the Hamilton Marketplace, by the Jersey Girl Café (next to Staples) at 1:00 PM and will finish at 4:00 PM.
Refreshments will be provided by Freeholder Cimino.
Questions? Inbox us!
The deadline for vote-by-mail has arrived. Anyone who wants to vote early can still apply in person at the Mercer County Clerk’s office.
Vote-by-Mail applications can be downloaded from the New Jersey Division of Elections website at http://www.njelections.org/voting-information-vote-by-mail.html and are available in the following languages: English and Spanish.
John A. “Jack” Kemler
• Law enforcement officer for over 30
years including supervising the Violent
Crimes Squad and serving as a K-9
Handler, Narcotics Officer, and Detective
in the Trenton Police Department
• Manages the Mercer County Sheriff’s
Office with integrity and fiscal
responsibility by holding the line on discretionary spending
while working to secure grants and special county funding.
• Revived the “Mercer’s Most Wanted” program to apprehend
the most dangerous criminals.
• Honored with the Trenton Kiwanis’ “Officer of the Year”
EXPERIENCE, INTEGRITY, RESULTS
• Partner and a Vice-President responsible
for Project Development throughout
New Jersey at CHA, Inc., a Top 70
• Chairman of the Hamilton YMCA and
Vice-Chairman of Lakeview Child Center.
• Recognized for his leadership as a NJBIZ
40 Under 40 recipient, Young Professional of the Year
by the Mid-Jersey Chamber Magazine, and the Young
Professional of the Year by the Young Professional Group
of RWJ Hamilton
• As Chairman of the Board of Chosen Freeholders in 2013,
led a $8MM reduction in the County Tax Levy and the effort
to enhance the Trenton Mercer Airport Facility.
• Teacher for over 32 years and longtime
community activist with over 15 years
experience on the Board of Chosen
• Developed sensible economic
opportunities that balance the quality of
life with the quality of jobs and services
• Championed projects that benefit seniors and provide
job-oriented transportation services
• Realized pro-active solutions, such as the environmental
health office, that bring state and federal dollars to Mercer
County and help control taxes.
Join us this morning at 10:00 AM for the Mercer Democratic Party Leadership Meeting at the Ewing Dem HQ on Parkway Avenue.
Join the Hamilton Township Democratic Club (Wednesday, October 1 at 7:00 PM at the Hamilton Township Public Library) for a lively discussion of the political landscape with Ben Dworkin, the Director of The Rebovich Institute for New Jersey Politics at Rider University.
Read more about our special guest:
I M P O R T A N T R E M I N D E R
THE HAMILTON TOWNSHIP DEMOCRATIC CLUB
HAS CANCELLED ITS REGULAR MEETINGS
IN JULY AND AUGUST.
At the June meeting, members voted enthusiastically to cancel our regular meetings in the summer, especially as Hamilton does not have a local election.
Enjoy the joys and pleasures of the summer. Be safe.
HTDC looks forward to seeing you in September.
Join us at Stone Terrace by John Henry’s from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM, Tuesday, June 24, 2014 for the Hamilton Democratic Club ‘ON TO VICTORY’ Fundraiser! The cost is $50 ($45 for Club members).
We will be joined by special guest, Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop.
There will also be a special silent auction.
Call Event Chairperson Eileen Thornton at 609-851-0022 for sponsorship opportunities, more information or reservations.
Join the Hamilton Democratic Club the first Wednesday of every month at 7:00 PM at the Hamilton Township Public Library.