A Promise to Union County

As Democrats, we know that the challenges we face today are strong, but they can be overcome with equally strong commitments to job training, infrastructure planning, maintaining essential services, and investing in education. Those are the core beliefs that define us not only as a party, but as a nation committed to getting our economy back on sound footing. Jobs. Services. Education. That’s what we focus on every day, and those are the reasons we ask for your vote on November 6th.

Al Mirabella

Since first being elected to the Board of Freeholders, Al has been a tireless advocate for Open Space Preservation, Job Training Programs, infrastructure planning, and easing the burdens of the families of active military personnel. Al and his wife, Phyllis, have two children and live in Fanwood.


Mohamed Jalloh

Still in his first term as Freeholder, Mohamed is an accomplished attorney and community activist focusing on Educational opportunities for residents of all ages. He continues this advocacy as an Adjunct Professor at Kean University. Mohamed and his wife, Maria, live in Roselle.


Bruce Bergen

New to the team, Bruce is a life-long Democrat, and a well respected municipal attorney who has unique insights into the challenges facing our communities. Bruce’s priorities include promoting shared services and streamlining government services. Bruce and his wife, Jodi, have two children and live in Springfield.


Helping residents find jobs.

By partnering with trade unions and local businesses, we are working to create new jobs. Our training and job placement programs have found work for thousands, and we’ve invested in new infrastructure projects to keep our economy growing.


Maintaining services for our seniors.

We’ve kept Runnells Specialized Hospital open to seniors to ensure they get the care they deserve. We’ve even supplied over 175,000 hot meals to our neediest seniors, and over 187,000 rides to the doctor’s office and supermarkets for shopping.


Protecting the best investment we make.

Our team is making certain our students are prepared for the 21st Century job market. Every county student who attains a B average or better can attend Union County College at no cost. Our county schools are ranked at the top in the country.