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SCIARRA AND CASEY URGE COMPROMISE ON CORONAVIRUS RELIEF BOND PROPOSAL

PRESS RELEASE

August 7, 2020

(Wildwood, NJ) – This past Friday, Governor Phil Murphy conditionally vetoed bill A-3971/S-2475 which would authorize the issuance of “Coronavirus Relief Bonds” sending it back to the Assembly.

Casey says transparency necessary at county level

Ocean City Sentinel

August 6, 2020

Elizabeth “Liz” Casey, a lifelong Democrat, decided to battle for a freeholder position in Cape May County because she believes in transparency in government.

Cape Dead Last in State Transportation Funding, Highlights Need for New County Leadership Contend Sciarra and Casey

Cape May County Herald

August 6, 2020

In light of recent news that Cape May County will receive the least amount of County Aid transportation funding in the State, Freeholder candidates Brendan Sciarra and Liz Casey issued the following joint statement:

Sciarra: It’s time for change in county government

Ocean City Sentinel

August 6, 2020

Brendan Sciarra believes there is a need for change in Cape May County government.

Dems kick off campaign for CMC freeholder campaign

Ocean City Sentinel

August 6, 2020

Democrats Brendan Sciarra and Elizabeth “Liz” Casey kicked off their campaigns for the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders last week, challenging a pair of Republican incumbents.

SCIARRA AND CASEY APPLAUD LOCAL POLICE AMID PROTESTS

PRESS RELEASE

July 30, 2020

(Wildwood, NJ) – Cape May County Freeholder candidates Brendan Sciarra and Liz Casey released the following statement applauding local police departments in the midst of on-going national protests erupting from the George Floyd brutal death.

BRENDAN SCIARRA AND LIZ CASEY KICK OFF CAMPAIGN FOR FREEHOLDER

PRESS RELEASE

July 28, 2020

(Wildwood, NJ) – Contending county government needs a major dose of common sense, Brendan Sciarra and Elizabeth “Liz” Casey are kicking off their campaign for Cape May County Freeholder.

Sciarra: “Why Does Walmart, Target, and Other Corporate Giants Get to Flout the Rules While Law Abiding Mom and Pop Store Owners Are Left to Go Out of Business?”

Cape May County Herald

May 29, 2020

Brendan Sciarra released the following statement calling on the Governor to allow outdoor seating and reopen small retail businesses.

Cape May Democratic Chair Sciarra Calls on Murphy to Reopen Small Business
May 27, 2020

Insider NJ

May 27, 2020

Cape May County Democratic Committee Chairman Brendan Sciarra released the following statement calling on Governor Phil Murphy to allow outdoor seating and reopen small retail businesses.

Sciarra Appointed to Governor’s
Recovery Council

Cape May County Herald

May 12, 2020

Gov. Phil Murphy announced the formation of a statewide council of leaders May 8, who will advise New Jersey’s restart and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Atlantic, Cape May county leaders plan for safe reopening in time for summer

Atlantic City Press

April 30, 2020

Restaurateur Brendan Sciarra has been thinking a lot about how to reopen food and beverage businesses for the summer...

The Road To Our Future

Cape May County Herald

April 28, 2020

I want to say thank you to all essential workers on the frontlines who continue to report to their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic while the rest of us remain at home.

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