SPRINGFIELD, NJ (January 13, 2017): Today, the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 825 announced its support for Union County Sheriff Joseph Cryan for State Senator in the 20th legislative district. A longtime advocate for the hard-working members of IUOE Local 825 and their families, Cryan has the proven track record and experience needed in New Jersey’s Senate to continue advancing building trade issues.
Greg Lalevee, Business Manager of IUOE Local 825 released the following statement:
“We are proud to announce our support for Joe Cryan in his campaign to become the 20th legislative district’s next Senator. Throughout my career I’ve worked with public servants from both sides of the aisle, and Joe’s commitment to fight for working families and New Jersey’s middle class is unmatched. Joe understands that in order for New Jersey to thrive, we need a strong infrastructure system that can support a 21st century economy. Our members are at work every day building a better New Jersey and at every step of his career, Joe has had our back. In this campaign, we’re glad to have his!”
Headquartered in Springfield, NJ, the International Union Operating Engineers Local 825 represents more than 6,500 operating engineers throughout New Jersey and five counties of lower New York: Rockland, Orange, Ulster, Sullivan and Delaware.