Freeholder of Bergen County
Daniel Kim has been a resident of Bergen County (Palisades Park, Ridgewood, and Paramus) since 1998. He is a graduate of Emory University with a Bachelor's in Chemistry and Mathematics/Economics and currently working as an technology consultant for a global professional services firm.
As the chair of Our Revolution of Bergen County, he has been at the forefront of local social and political activism. His Christian faith drives his passion to fight for the most vulnerable and give voice to the voiceless. He views that the greed ingrained in our culture has led to our systematic problems, preventing us from tackling the most pressing issues in our generation, such as money in politics, wealth inequality, healthcare, sustainable net-zero energy, and responsible growth of technology (e.g. automation). With this mindset, he seeks to bring a data-driven, 21st-century applicable, and people-first policy approach.
Ed Fanning has been a resident of Dumont since 1985. He is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University, with a double major in Economics and Political Science, and an MBA in Finance from Fordham University . Married with two daughters, Ed has supported his family through a career in finance as a manager for the Depository Trust & Clearning Corp, a clearinghouse for all US stock exchanges.
As an avid community volunteer and political activist, he has worked for the NJ Department of Community Affairs in its Energy Crisis Assistance as well as serving the needy through the Meals on Wheels program. While doing so, he currently serves as a senior leader for Our Revolution of Bergen County, organizing for the Bernie campaign and mentoring the new generation of organizers.
With COVID-19 revealing the brokenness of our economic, healthcare, and social systems, we are in urgent need for social and political change that seeks people over profits. To do so, we need your help on July 7th during NJ's primary election. Vote for the Not Me. Us. progressive candidates in Column 2 and Bernie Sanders in Column 4!
There are only two requirements:
Registered voter affiliated with the democratic party*
Registered in Bergen County
*A registered voter currently not affiliated with a political party may declare their party affiliation up to and including Primary Election day.
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