President Obama Publicly Endorses Cory Booker For U.S. Senate

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    New Jersey senate hopeful Cory Booker has officially been endorsed by the Commander-in-Chief himself!

    During a statement on Wednesday, President Barack Obama said “Cory will be an important partner in our efforts to reduce gun violence, give every American a fair shot in a global economy, and make our country stronger.”

    “Cory Booker has dedicated his life to the work of building hope and opportunity in communities where too little of either existed. Whether as a college student working in East Palo Alto or as mayor of New Jersey’s largest city, Cory has time and again taken on tough challenges, fought for the middle class and those working to join it, and forged coalitions that create progress – and that’s the spirit he’ll carry with him to Washington,” he said. “His passion for his city has helped create new jobs and attract some of America’s top businesses to Newark.”

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    In response, the Yale Law School graduate said he is “humbled by President Obama’s endorsement.”

    “If elected this October, I will go to the Senate to advance our shared vision of a nation where opportunity is available to anyone willing to work for it, and to ensure we’re investing in the priorities that helped build America’s middle class,” Booker said. “The President has taken on the difficult fights. He worked to turn around our economy, to make high quality, affordable health care available to every American and to keep our country safe.”

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