EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: “We are hoping this coming year to do a lot of work with the community to help those people that need help, people that are in trouble with their homes, we’ll be trying to bring more people in the State down to see how we can help them with issues”, Senator Bob Singer said a video message to TLS.
Singer, flanked by running mate Assemblyman David Rible, said he’s also looking forward to assisting non-profit groups with more dollars from the State level as well as working with the County.
“I look forward in working with the Senator on trying to make Lakewood very safe, and I look forward to the opportunities we’re going to have here to work on some good agenda items – Education Reform, and hopefully Vouchers”, Assemblyman Rible said.
Singer added, that he – along with running mates Rible and Senator Sean Kean – as movers and pushers of the School Vouchers – have been taking much heat from the NJEA (New Jersey Education Association).
“As a matter of fact, they’ve endorsed our opponents because they have not taken that strong position”, Singer says.
“We are pushing both the Senate President and Speaker to post those bills, because we have a commitment from the Governor that he will sign it”.
Singer and Rible both wished the community a happy and healthy new year.