Coming on the heels of winning debate performances and a slew of local endorsements, the year-end FEC filings for the Democratic candidates in New Jersey’s 4th Congressional district reveals Jim Keady beating his primary opponent in in-district contributions by a margin of 16-1.
According to the Federal Election Commission and recent fundraising activity through January disclosed by the Keady campaign, 484 grassroots supporters in the 4th district contributed to Keady’s campaign, while his opponent received only a meager 30 donors from those living in the district.
Democratic Congressional Candidate Jim Keady announced endorsements today from social justice activists and religious leaders, Rabbi Marc Aaron Kline, JD, of Red Bank, and Reverend Gil Caldwell (pictured with Keady above), of Asbury Park, who marched with Dr. King during the civil rights movement.
“I am honored to have the support of Rabbi Kline and Reverend Caldwell for my campaign,” said 4th District congressional candidate Jim Keady. “I have stood beside both of these leaders in speaking out on behalf of the disadvantaged communities in the district. Together, we will stand up for all of the residents of the 4th District so that we can defeat Chris Smith in November.”
BELMAR, NJ – On the heels of two powerful performances in New Jersey’s 4th Congressional District primary debates, Democratic candidate Jim Keady released endorsements today from every elected Democrat on the Belmar Council, as well as Belmar Mayor Matt Doherty.
“We are excited to earn the endorsement of community leaders who know Jim best, and have seen firsthand Jim’s commitment to the people of the 4th congressional district,” said Keady for Congress Campaign Manager Ryan Hughes. “These prominent Democrats have been on the front lines with Jim fighting on behalf of New Jersey’s working families for decades.”