Campaign Update—Orentlicher Congratulates Ron Drake On Winning The Democratic Party’s Nomination For 8th District…

first_imgOrentlicher Congratulates Ron Drake On Winning The Democratic Party’s Nomination For 8th District Congressional RaceI told him that I have decided to suspend the recount process. Now that we have had a chance to consider the hard work of the State Board of Accounts and to review the notes of our terrific volunteer observers, it is clear that the final numbers will confirm a victory for Mr. Drake.While we will not continue our candidacy any further, we will continue to work for the issues that are so important for the residents of the 8th District, the state of Indiana, and the entire United States. We will continue fighting so workers can have good-paying jobs, children can receive a first-class education, and everyone has access to affordable health care.It is absolutely essential that we turn our district from red to blue and replace the failed policies of Larry Bucshon with policies that will move our country forward. I am happy to endorse Ron Drake for Congress and his campaign to beat Rep. Bucshon this November. I have every confidence that he will give it his all, and it is time for all Hoosier Democrats to support him in his efforts.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Three Deaths Linked to COVID-19

first_imgThree more Cape May County residents have died of COVID-19, according to a county press release Sunday.The deaths include an 88-year-old woman from Upper Township, a 71-year-old woman from Lower Township and a 55-year-old man from Dennis Township.“Our deepest condolences to the families of these loved ones,” Cape May County Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton said in the release. “May your memories give you peace and comfort.”Overall, there have been 674 confirmed cases and 60 deaths in Cape May County linked to the coronavirus.A breakdown of the number of cases and deaths for each municipality can be found at the Cape May County Department of Health website at