AZ6B4487.JPG
AZ6B0643.JPG
AZ6B4468.JPG

MEDIA

LIGHTBULB 30
00:31
LIGHTBULB 15
00:16
BACK :30
00:31
LIGHT :15
00:16

LIGHT :15

New Direction NJ Releases New Ad Supporting Gov. Murphy’s COVID-19 Recovery Agenda ‘Light’ Features Gov. Murphy Discussing Plans to Correct ‘Deeply Unfair’ Status Quo in NJ TRENTON, NJ -- New Direction NJ, a 501c4 non-profit advocacy organization, is now running the third ad in its continuing multi-platform campaign to support the Murphy administration’s COVID-19 recovery plans and urge their swift adoption. Featuring children’s artwork inspired by New Jersey’s collective response to the pandemic, the ad supports Governor Murphy’s recognition that the pandemic brought out extraordinary courage and bravery while also calling to correct the state’s “deeply unfair” status quo by delivering more high-quality jobs, investments in clean energy and more affordable health care. The ad, entitled “Light,” is viewable here: https://youtu.be/VH2t6lKe9ig “While we brace for a second wave of COVID-19, we also can’t lose sight of the importance of correcting the economic disparities that the pandemic has already exposed,” said NDNJ Senior Advisor Brendan Gill. “The Murphy administration’s bold recovery plans will make our state far more resilient in the face of a crisis by ensuring that more of our residents have good paying jobs, quality and affordable healthcare and a safety net that they can rely on. We’re urging New Jerseyans to make their voice heard and call for their swift adoption.” Since its inception in 2018, New Direction NJ has advocated for policy initiatives that help build the middle class, support working families and make the state stronger and fairer. The organization was a leading voice in fighting for a $15/hour minimum wage and for expanded paid family leave, and more recently has been one of the driving forces behind rallying support for one of Governor Murphy’s signature policy achievements -- reinstituting the millionaires tax to bring tax fairness to the state. For additional information, please contact Philip Swibinski at 201-978-8651 or philip.swibinski@vmmi.net. ###
LIGHT :30
00:31

LIGHT :30

New Direction NJ Releases New Ad Supporting Gov. Murphy’s COVID-19 Recovery Agenda ‘Light’ Features Gov. Murphy Discussing Plans to Correct ‘Deeply Unfair’ Status Quo in NJ TRENTON, NJ -- New Direction NJ, a 501c4 non-profit advocacy organization, is now running the third ad in its continuing multi-platform campaign to support the Murphy administration’s COVID-19 recovery plans and urge their swift adoption. Featuring children’s artwork inspired by New Jersey’s collective response to the pandemic, the ad supports Governor Murphy’s recognition that the pandemic brought out extraordinary courage and bravery while also calling to correct the state’s “deeply unfair” status quo by delivering more high-quality jobs, investments in clean energy and more affordable health care. The ad, entitled “Light,” is viewable here: https://youtu.be/VH2t6lKe9ig “While we brace for a second wave of COVID-19, we also can’t lose sight of the importance of correcting the economic disparities that the pandemic has already exposed,” said NDNJ Senior Advisor Brendan Gill. “The Murphy administration’s bold recovery plans will make our state far more resilient in the face of a crisis by ensuring that more of our residents have good paying jobs, quality and affordable healthcare and a safety net that they can rely on. We’re urging New Jerseyans to make their voice heard and call for their swift adoption.” Since its inception in 2018, New Direction NJ has advocated for policy initiatives that help build the middle class, support working families and make the state stronger and fairer. The organization was a leading voice in fighting for a $15/hour minimum wage and for expanded paid family leave, and more recently has been one of the driving forces behind rallying support for one of Governor Murphy’s signature policy achievements -- reinstituting the millionaires tax to bring tax fairness to the state. For additional information, please contact Philip Swibinski at 201-978-8651 or philip.swibinski@vmmi.net. ###
NDNJ 2020 CHANGED
00:31
Ball Park
00:31