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Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill

Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill

Rebecca Michelle "Mikie" Sherrill is an American politician, former U.S. Navy helicopter pilot, attorney, and former federal prosecutor serving as the U.S. representative for New Jersey's 11th congressional district since 2019. The district includes a swath of suburban and exurban areas west of New York City. A member of the Democratic Party, Sherrill was elected on November 6, 2018, defeating Republican Jay Webber. She was reelected in 2020 by a slightly narrower margin and reelected in 2022 by a wide margin.

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Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill

Rep. Sherrill: “The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Delivers for New Jersey”

Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill released the following statement commending today’s announcement of the allocation of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding towards 25 passenger rail projects on
Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill

Rep. Sherrill Re-Introduces the Bipartisan Homeless Children and Youth Act

Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) re-introduced the bipartisan Homeless Children and Youth Act alongside Republican Reps. Bill Posey (FL-08) and Don Bacon (NE-02) and Democratic
Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill

In Response to DeCamp Bus Line Cancellations, Rep. Sherrill Urges NJ Transit to Protect...

Representative Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) sent a letter to New Jersey Transit today urging them to use all available options to protect and expand bus and rail commuter routes to ensure affordable

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Support Ukrainian Refugees

GFP Real Estate and Its Tenants Raise More Than $200,000 to...

GFP Real Estate is pleased to announce that its "Support Ukraine in Crisis" campaign raised more than $200,000 to support humanitarian relief efforts on the ground in Ukraine.

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Housing Starts Retreat in May

Single-family and multifamily housing starts fell in May as high interest rates for construction and development loans and mortgage rates held back both housing supply and demand. Overall housing starts fell 5.5% in May to a seasonally adjusted