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Hillary Clinton: Press Release - Clinton Campaign Launches New Jersey Women for Hillary Council
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Press Release - Clinton Campaign Launches New Jersey Women for Hillary Council
October 19, 2007
Campaign 2008
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The Clinton campaign announced today the formation of the New Jersey Women for Hillary Council, inviting Hillary supporters in New Jersey to join the growing grassroots network. The Council is made up of women from across the state who will be active leaders in New Jersey, speaking to their friends, family and associates about this election, and helping to expand the network of women across America supporting Hillary Clinton's campaign.

This announcement is part of the campaign's week-long focus on "Women Changing America." During the week, the campaign is highlighting the decisive role women can play in this election, discussing issues important to women and celebrating the ways that women are changing America everyday.

"In 35 years as an advocate for women, children and families, I know that women can make a powerful difference," Hillary said. "Women are changing America and I am so proud to welcome the New Jersey Women for Hillary Council to our campaign. Working together, we will address the issues of concern to women and families, and how we can make the changes America needs."

"It gives me great pride to kick-off this effort in New Jersey. We invite women from across the state to join this council and become ambassadors for Hillary by reaching out to their networks on Hillary's behalf while also educating and empowering others to make history by making Hillary our 44th President," said NJ Assembly Majority Leader Bonnie Watson Coleman.

"We are all excited about Hillary Clinton's Presidential candidacy and the Women's Council will be an effective way for women across the state to get involved and make an impact on the 2008 election," said Senator Nia Gill. "There is so much excitement for Hillary right now. Women want to get involved and we are making it easy for them to sign up at www.hillaryclinton.com/njwomen."

Hillary kicked off the week with an appearance on The View and spoke at the Eleanor Roosevelt Legacy Committee's Annual Fall Campaign Luncheon in New York. On Tuesday, she traveled to New Hampshire to announce a new policy proposal to help parents balance work and family life. On Wednesday, nearly 1,000 women contributors from 47 states around the country will convene for a women's summit in support of the Clinton campaign - a full-day event that will raise well over $1 million. And on Thursday, Hillary will discuss the importance of health care for women when she participates in the Presidential Candidate Forums organized by the Federation of American Hospitals and Families USA and hosts a conference call with health care professionals from the American Medical Women's Association.

The week's events underscore why Hillary enjoys such deep support among women voters by emphasizing how her strength and experience make her the candidate best able to deliver change on the issues most important to them.

The members of the New Jersey Women for Hillary Council reflect Hillary's vast and diverse supporters, spanning all occupations and communities.

Hillary's New Jersey Women for Hillary Council already includes:

  • Alexandra Acosta, Ridgefield Park
  • Alice Roach, Toms River
  • Alison Brosnan, Newark
  • Amparo Malthers, Linden
  • Ana Shaener, Wayne
  • Analisa Balares, Jersey City
  • Angela Anderson, Somerset
  • Anna Kowalczyk, Lambertville
  • Anne Sciaino, New Brunswick
  • Annelise Catanzaro, Mount Tabor
  • Antonia Ricigliano, Edison
  • Arleen Barcenas, Paterson
  • Aruna Mathura, Hillside
  • Barbara Buono, State Senator
  • Barbara Iddenden, Cherry Hill
  • Barbara Mohebbi, Short Hills
  • Barbara Tanis, Paterson
  • Barbara Vanderkolk Gardner, Princeton
  • Beth Asaro, Lambertville
  • Beth Oliva, Hoboken
  • Blanquita Valenti, New Brunswick
  • Bogda Clarke, Colts Neck
  • Bonnie Sudol, Lincoln Park
  • Bonnie Watson-Coleman, Assemblywoman
  • Brooke Liebowitz, Flemington
  • Camille Andrews, Haddon Heights
  • Camille Fernicola, Piscataway
  • Candice Howard, New Brunswick
  • Caroline Rosario, Haledon
  • Catherine Willis, East Orance
  • Charlotte DeFillippo, Union County Chair
  • Christiana Foglio-Palmer
  • Christie Huh, Little Falls
  • Christine Stearns, Trenton
  • Cindy Perr, Medford
  • Cynthia Cameros, Teaneck
  • Dana Redd, Camden
  • Danielle Esser, New Brunswick
  • Darlene Rufolo, Colonia
  • Deana Lykins, Whitehouse Station
  • Deanna Maestas, Basking Ridge
  • Debra Goldstein, Ramsey
  • Debra Johnson, Monmouth Junction
  • Deena Elkafrawi, Phillipsburg
  • Denise Williams, Woodstown
  • Eileen Madden, Basking Ridge
  • Elaine Flynn, Middlesex County Clerk
  • Eleen Hansen, Holmdel
  • Elena Cesario, Bloomfield
  • Elizabeth Flanagan, Green Village
  • Elizabeth Moreno, Morristown
  • Ellen Gladney, Pine Hill
  • Elsie Foster Dublin, Highland Park
  • Estee Atzbi, New Brunswick
  • Evelyn Murphy, Bradley Beach
  • Evelyn Storch, West Orange
  • Florence Cua-Christman, MS3, PhD, Princeton
  • Fran Schulman, Fort Lee
  • Frances Tapia Mateo, Hackensack
  • Giselle Gonzalez, Paterson
  • Gloria Monteabyre, Linden
  • Grace Hamilton, Flemington
  • Guadalupe Bernardez-Hicks, Bloomfield
  • Helen Gomez Gottlieb, Edison
  • Idida Rodriguez, Paterson
  • Ivette Martinez, Hawthorne
  • Jackie Teel, Newark
  • Jaimie Saratella, East Rutherford
  • Janet Margusity, Medford
  • Janice Kovach, Clinton
  • Joanne Rajoppi, Union
  • Josephine Farina, Bordentown
  • Joy Weissman, Moorestown
  • Karen Morreale, Ironbound Section, Newark
  • Karen Rozenberg, Montclair
  • Katharine Bluhm, Cherry Hill
  • Kathy Callahan, Ridgefield
  • Katty Rivera, East Brunswick
  • Kelly Calanni, Weehawken
  • Kelly Dittmar, New Brunswick
  • Kelly Maer, Lamberville
  • Lara Swan, Califon
  • Laura Kasakoff, Nutley
  • Laurel Rapp, Bernardsville
  • Lauren Murphy, Clifton
  • Lillian Plata, Union
  • Lin Johnson, Cherry Hill
  • Linda Bowker, Mt. Laurel
  • Lisanne Powers, Edison
  • Lois Zarish, Flemington
  • Lorraine Spiotta, East Brunswick
  • Lynn Nowak, Trenton
  • Lynne Cohen, Moorestown
  • Madeline Blinder, Princeton
  • Maki Almanza, Linwood
  • Margot Harris, Edison
  • Marian Kominsky, Lambertville
  • Marianne McConnell, Ironia
  • Martha Sotomayo, Union City
  • Mary Alice Carr, Maplewood
  • Mary Beth Salerno, Harrington Park
  • Mary Gatta, West Long Branch
  • Mary Helen Cervantes, Erving
  • Mary Trigg, New Brunswick
  • Maura Fennessy, Lambertville
  • Megan O Rourke, New Brunswick
  • Megan Ward, Sussex County Chair
  • Melissa Elias, Madison
  • Melissa Pilchard, Little Egg Harbor
  • Meryl Frank, Highland Park Mayor
  • Michele Romeo, Lambertville
  • Michelle Velasquez, North Plainfield
  • Myra Nathan, East Brunswick
  • Myra Terry, S. Orange
  • Myran Troiano, Dayton
  • Myrna Triano, Dayton
  • Nellie Pou, Assemblywoman
  • Nia Gill, State Senator
  • Nicole Gerritsen, Hoboken
  • Nilsa Cruz-Perez, Assemblywoman
  • Noel Clark, Waretown
  • Noemi Velazquez, Jersey City
  • Norma Rosenbloom, Shrewsburg
  • Patti Whiteley, Lawrenceville
  • Peg Schaffer, Bedminster
  • Peggy Worthington, Ocean City
  • Rajul Shah, Basking Ridge
  • Renee Jones, Moorestown
  • Ritzy Morales, Passaic
  • Rosa Ordonez, Lodi
  • Safanya Searcy, Newark
  • Sahira Rafiullah, West Windsor
  • Sandra Fingerman, Marlton
  • Sarah Pallone, Long Branch
  • Shari Weiner, Morristown
  • Sharon O'Neill, Ocean
  • Sheila Kenny, Rahway
  • Stefanie Goodsell, Upper Montclair
  • Susan Atteridge, Livingston
  • Susan Bass Levin, Former Cherry Hill Mayor
  • Tanya Marion, New Brunswick
  • Theresa Battagliotti, Edison
  • Toni Bennett, Florham Park
  • Tracie DeSarno, Union
  • Valerie Vanieri Huttle, Assemblywoman
  • Virginia Palau, Ridgewood
  • Vivian Lanzot, West Orange
  • Yelena Shvarts, New Brunswick
  • List in formation...


Citation: Hillary Clinton: "Press Release - Clinton Campaign Launches New Jersey Women for Hillary Council," October 19, 2007. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project. http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=92281.
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