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When Tom De Gise became Hudson County Executive, the office’s reputation was tattered at best.
Back then, Robert Janiszewski dragged the County Executive’s position through the mud with his corruption.
(You might remember him from his most recent position: advising Republican Senate hopefuls from federal prison). The first thing Tom did was to create a tough new ethics code for all county employees.
He created an Open Space Trust Fund to fight overdevelopment.
He put county government to work by repairing roads and making dramatic improvements in the county park system.
He’s supported outstanding educational and art programs for youth and building affordable housing for working families.
And Tom De Gise did something else his predecessors did not: he’s championed equality for all the people of Hudson County.
That’s why he is this year’s first candidate to receive an endorsement from the Hudson Diversity Action Council.
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Below the fold is part of a letter penned by Walt Boraczek, president of the group, to the Jersey Journal about the endorsement, and some of the good things Tom De Gise has done to promote equality in Hudson County.
Hudson Diversity Action Council’s endorsement of Tom De Gise is an endorsement both of his character and of his stellar record as a champion for all of Hudson County’s underserved communities.
The county executive has a tremendous history specific to the LGBT community and we are consciously choosing to stand with a leader who has, time and again, stood at the forefront of promoting equality for Hudson’s LGBT citizens.
A year and a half before the public battle between Laurel Hester and the Ocean County Board of Freeholders, Tom De Gise led the charge with Hudson’s Freeholders [then chaired by current District 33 Senate candidate Sal Vega] to extend full medical and retirement benefits to the domestic partners of our county employees.
The De Gise administration has stood as a steadfast ally in helping to expand services to the LGBT community by consistently supporting Jersey City’s LGBT Pride Festival (hosted by JCLGO), affording grants to Hudson Pride Connections both for programming and to help with the purchase of a building that will house Hudson County’s first LGBT/HIV Community Services Center, and offering help and support in countless other ways.