NJ State AFL-CIO Makes History with Record Number of Labor Candidates Elected; Democrats Expand Assembly Majority

November 4, 2015

The New Jersey State AFL-CIO’s political education program is second to none, and the outstanding results of the Nov. 3 election keep our momentum strong heading into the 2016 presidential race. We led union brothers and sisters to victories across the state, from school board and town council races to mayor, freeholder and state assembly seats. A record 47 union members won their elections, a phenomenal win ratio of 73% for labor candidates on the ballot. No one delivers election results like our labor candidates program, which raised its total of election victories to 864!

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