Green Candidate for State Assembly, District 18
Sean Stratton is on the ballot for District 18 in New Jersey on November 7th, 2017. Look for him on the Green Party ballot line with gubernatorial candidate Seth Kaper-Dale.
Stratton grew up in East Brunswick NJ, and has lived in Middlesex County his entire life. He attended Rutgers University where he graduated with a degree in Environmental Science in 2015. He currently works as an Environmental Consultant in New Jersey. A member of the American Industrial Hygienist Association, Stratton places an emphasis on safety not just in the workplace but also at home.
A staunch proponent for environmental protection and how it directly effects the health of local residents Stratton's most recent advocacy for the residents of his district has been investigating lead concentrations in drinking water due to aging infrastructure and widespread use of lead in plumbing, even in newer homes. Stratton is an advocate for clean water for all and will continue to fight to ensure that our water is suitable to drink.
Stratton's platform consists of four main points. Environmental Protection, rebuilding our failing infrastructure, expanding Medicare to all, and increasing the minimum wage to $15/hr.