Freeholder Bruce James was first elected as a Passaic County Freeholder in 2005. He has dedicated much of his life to helping the residents of Passaic County as an employee of the Passaic County Board of Social Services, where he worked as a caseworker and then supervisor. While in office, he fought and voted for the ban of the use of chemical Roundup by road crews and supported Open Space and Farmland preservation in the county. Bruce James also serves as a Commissioner on the Highlands Council, an extremely important position that is responsible with protecting one of New Jersey’s largest source of fresh drinking water.
We are proud to endorse Freeholder Bruce James for Passaic County Freeholder, and we urge you to vote for Bruce in this year’s November 3rd general election.