Who we are

“The Coalition is engaging in essential and creative efforts to strengthen and open our politics, basic to a thriving democracy”Ingrid Reed, Retired Director of Rutgers University’s Eagleton Institute of Politics New Jersey Project

GGCNJ was formed by a group of concerned NJ residents. It is strictly non-partisan, and runs on a fully volunteer basis. 

Board of Trustees: Yael Niv (President), Julia Sass Rubin, Laura Zurfluh, Justin Goldsman, Kate Delany, Arati Kreibich, Patricia Campos-Medina, Louis DiPaolo, Mo’Neke Singleton-Ragdsale

Who does what?
Website: Yael Niv, Shannon Coulter, Jess Reilly
Database: Gio Sce, Shannon Coulter, Jim Tobias
BetterBallotsNJ: Arati Kreibich
Legislation: Justin Goldsman
Media relations: Louis Di Paolo, Patricia Campos-Medina,
Partner groups: Laura Zurfluh, Yael Niv
Scheduling coordinator: Laura Zurfluh
County committee training: Yael Niv, Kate Delany

Coalition members (alphabetical):
Action Together New Jersey
Collingswood Progressive Democrats
Force the Issue NJ
Indivisible Cranbury
Indivisible NJ5
Indivisible Princeton
New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) Students
NJ-08 for Progress
NJ11th for Change
Our Revolution Middlesex County
Our Revolution Monmouth County
Our Revolution New Jersey Volunteers
Our Revolution Trenton Mercer
People for Progress
Progressive Democrats of America — NJ
SJNOW Indivisible
South Jersey Women for Progressive Change
STAND Central New Jersey
Summit Marches On
Westfield 20/20

Organizations and groups that support our mission include:
New Jersey Citizen Action
Save Our Schools NJ

We have also been endorsed by:
Ingrid Reed – Retired Director of Rutgers University’s Eagleton Institute of Politics New Jersey Project
William E. Schluter – Former NJ Senator, author of “Soft Corruption: How Unethical Conduct Undermines Good Government and What To Do About It

Interested in supporting GGCNJ? Donate to support our work, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitterjoin our low-volume mailing list, or email us to join as a volunteer

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