Congressman Donald Norcross

Representing the 1st District of New Jersey
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News Releases

Mar 27 2019
In Early March, Norcross Received Equality Award from the Alice Paul Institute
"On my way to vote, I was on the phone with my daughter, Corey, and I told her I was thinking of her, her mother, her late grandmother and everyone who so clearly deserves to be treated the same as their male counterparts."
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Mar 26 2019
"With more jobs, less crime and positive educational results, it’s clear Camden is rising – and now we’re seeing more affordable housing options for our friends and neighbors."
Mar 25 2019
"The Navy’s first submarine was designed and constructed in New Jersey and our state has always had a strong relationship with the Navy. It is only appropriate for the newest nuclear-powered submarine to be named in our state’s honor."
Mar 22 2019
Grant Complements NJ First Lady’s Nurture NJ Campaign
"As we work together to combat high maternal and infant mortality rates in our state and communities, we rely on programs like Camden Healthy Start who work directly with women and children in need."
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Mar 21 2019
"We must make sure the brave men and women who risk their lives to protect our country and communities are provided with top-notch, comprehensive health screenings."
Mar 13 2019
Funding for critical national security missions at JBMDL, Picatinny, 177th Fighter Wing at Atlantic City potentially at stake.
Mar 8 2019
"I’ve always supported making voting easier, not harder – and it’s a good thing we finally have the opportunity to give more Americans the ability to have their voices heard, to implement campaign finance reform and to restore trust in our public institutions."
Mar 7 2019
"The Building Trades Caucus unites us by speaking to our shared values. The work of this Caucus is to invest in our greatest resource – the American worker."
Mar 6 2019
"Finally. That’s the only word to describe what is happening in the House of Representatives. We have finally voted for the first time in more than a decade to lift fulltime working Americans out of poverty."
Mar 5 2019
"It’s a rare honor to have a portrait hung in the Capitol but, currently, under 10% of the people receiving this honor are women. We can do better than that, and there’s no one who deserves this tribute more than New Jersey’s Alice Paul."
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