--June 08, 2013--
Welcome to the final installment of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee's week in review during my tenure as State Party Chairman. Thank you for giving me the distinct honor and privilege of serving as our party’s state chairman for almost three and a half years. I want you to know that it has been a great pleasure working with all of you – both old friends and new. Thank you for your support.
--June 03, 2013--
Statement from Democratic State Party Chairman John S. Wisniewski on the Passing of U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg
--June 01, 2013--
The NJDSC Week In Review for May 31, 2013
--May 24, 2013--
Welcome to the latest installment of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee's week in review. Now, here's a look back at some of the news from this past week and some of the upcoming events around the state next week and beyond. Please share stories that interest you with your friends on Facebook and Twitter!
--May 10, 2013--
Just as he did more than a year ago, Gov. Chris Christie vetoed a bill today that would have for the first time set training standards for all first responders and regulate how emergency medical services are provided in New Jersey.
--May 10, 2013--
One of Governor Christie’s top Cabinet officials boasted during a legislative hearing on Thursday that the Republican governor’s property tax policies have been “a resounding success.” Democrats bristled, pointing to record-high bills compounded by slashed relief.
--May 10, 2013--
Planned Parenthood is another group to endorse Barbara Buono in her bid to be governor.
--May 09, 2013--
A maze of forms, years of waiting and fear of deportation is a situation undocumented immigrants and those seeking to become American citizens or obtain their green cards face every day.
--June 04, 2013--
(TRENTON, NJ) – State Democratic Party Chairman John S. Wisniewski issued the following statement regarding Governor Chris Christie’s announcement of the process to fill New Jersey’s US Senate seat: “Democrats believe an election should be held in a timely manner, however in what appears to be a blatantly political move, the Governor would rather spend $12 million in taxpayer funds on a special election when a general election is scheduled for less than three weeks later.” said Wisniewski. “Chris Christie’s decision speaks more to his national political ambitions than his responsibility to the residents of New Jersey as Governor.” ####
--May 16, 2013--
A television advertisement funded using federal Sandy relief aid has begun airing on network television. The ad features Governor Chris Christie and his family. With New Jersey 2013 gubernatorial elections less than six months away, Governor Christie’s use of federal tax dollars for television airtime should be questioned.
--May 08, 2013--
Congressman Joaquin Castro will serve as the keynote speaker at the New Jersey Democratic State Committee’s Annual State Conference.
--April 24, 2013--
You can't have one without the other...
--April 18, 2013--
Unemployment has been at or above 9% for 46 months.
--March 28, 2013--
Unemployment is at 9.3%
--March 27, 2013--
Christie Should Stand By His Words on Sick Leave Payouts
--March 22, 2013--
Unemployment is stil 9.5% after Christie has had more than 3 years to create jobs.