President Obama will be coming to New Jersey on July 16th to give the Corzine campaign a lift.
The President will join the Governor and other dignitaries in New Brunswick, at Voorhees Mall on the campus of Rutgers University.
In the email that announced the President’s visit Governor Corzine states:
” I’ve written to you before about the importance of keeping our hard-won progressive victories from November going and about moving New Jersey forward in-step with the Obama Administration.
Now, I want you to hear it directly from the President himself.
Vice President Biden was already here and got our campaign started with a bang. On July 16th, President Barack Obama will join me at Rutgers University in New Brunswick to help to kick our campaign into a whole new gear.
President Obama isn’t just a close friend of mine; he’s a great friend to our state. After eight long years, we finally have a partner in Washington who shares our values and vision for a more progressive New Jersey.
Together, we are creating green jobs, providing universal access to healthcare for kids, protecting the most vulnerable among us, and ensuring all our children have access to a quality education — regardless of where they live.
We are doing all of this despite a challenging worldwide economic crisis, and I’m proud of the great progress that Barack Obama and I have already have made.
But we still have more to do, and with a partner in Washington who shares our values and priorities, I’m confident in what we can accomplish in the next four years.
I’m honored that President Obama will be on hand in New Jersey to recognize the important work we’re doing, and I hope you will join us.”
If you would like to join President Obama in his support of the Governor’s re-election you can RSVP >>> Here to reserve free tickets for the event