NORTH JERSEY — This past weekend, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) joined with North Jersey families all across the Fifth District and visited town days in Demarest, Glen Rock, and Teaneck. Gottheimer’s Constituent Service Team also attended each festival to help Fifth District residents with accessing VA benefits, Social Security, Medicare, and more.
Demarest Day — included booths of local businesses, first responders, live music, food trucks, rock walls, and more.
Glen Rock Day — Gottheimer was joined by Glen Rock Mayor Kristine Morieko, local families, small businesses, and first responders.
Teaneck Day — Teaneck Day was sponsored by Holy Name Medical Center and included music, local businesses, and more. While there, Gottheimer took part in an impromptu session in the dunk tank to help raise money for local charities. Gottheimer was joined by Teaneck Mayor James Dunleavy and members of the Teaneck Council.
RELEASE: Gottheimer Calls On Rutgers University to Protect Students and Remove Antisemitic, Anti-Israel Speakers From December 7 Event
NORTH JERSEY — Today, December 4, 2023, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) wrote to Rutgers University President Jonathan Holloway, calling on him to take action in response to the University’s inclusion of antisemitic, anti-Israel, and hate-filled upcoming guest speakers Marc Lamont Hill and Nick Estes at a Rutgers-sponsored event on December 7 entitled “Race, Liberation, and […]
RELEASE: Gottheimer, Lawler Stand with NYC Restaurant Owner Against NY’s $15/Day Congestion Tax
Above: Gottheimer with Rep. Lawler and Julio Pena, co-owner of NYC restaurant Il Posto Accanto. NEW YORK, NY — Today, December 4, 2023, U.S. Congressmen Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) and Mike Lawler (NY-17) joined Julio Pena, owner of restaurant Il Posto Accanto, to highlight the terrible impact New York’s proposed $15-a-day Congestion Tax will have on small […]
RELEASE: Gottheimer Statement on New York’s Congestion Tax
NORTH JERSEY — Today, November 29, 2023, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) released the following statement: “As advertised, New York is officially sticking it to Jersey families with their commuter-crushing Congestion Tax. On top of the existing tolls, it’ll be 15 bucks every day to go into the city with no discounts at the GW Bridge […]