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Camden County Democratic Committee Re-Elects Beach to Lead

(Cherry Hill, NJ)- ( 11, 2019)--One week after the candidates for the Camden County Democratic Committee overwhelmingly defeated their opponents in the June 4th Primary Election, the County Committee gathered to reorganize and select a Chair and Vice Chair. Politics in new jersey

In front of a packed house and nominated by Camden Mayor Frank Moran and Lawnside Committeewoman Rhonda Wardlow-Hurley, the Camden County Democratic Committee elected Chairman Jim Beach to retain his seat as the leader of the party in a decisive victory. Despite a challenge from a small faction of committee members, Beach overwhelmingly retained the Chairmanship with Vice-Chairwoman Barbara Holcomb. After a short count, it was clear that Beach was the odds-on favorite and any challenge had no chance of impugning his popularity amongst the committee.

“It’s an honor and privilege to continue to lead this organization and work on behalf of our party here in Camden County,” Beach said. “This last election cycle made it clear that with our progressive values, diversity, and principles, we continue to represent the vast majority of committee members and residents on the issues that matter most to them.”  

"The Camden County Democratic Committee once again demonstrated its resolve to move the county forward in a positive and progressive direction. "