Josh earned another major endorsement from 32BJ SEIU, which represents 12,000 property service workers including office cleaners, school maintenance and food service workers, residential workers and security officers while also working with airport workers.
They have been successful in passing legislation in New Jersey including paid sick leave laws and Standard Wage legislation in various counties and cities.
SEIU Vice President, Kevin Brown said, “We congratulate Joshua Welle on his Primary Day victory. We think Welle will work toward making New Jersey a more inclusive state and will put problem-solving and bipartisan solutions over ideology. Our district looks forward to working with him as we head into November’s midterm elections. We are confident Welle would be a champion for DREAMers and TPS recipients and enact progressive legislation that would be a welcome change in a district whose current representative has failed immigrant communities with his inaction and false promises.”
Our campaign has been working tirelessly to ensure a broad coalition of organizers and community leaders are activated to protect DREAMers and working families.