Christina Khalil’s campaign has completed the transition to Green Party, readying for a grassroots push for new leadership “hungry to work.”
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – U.S. Senate candidate Christina Khalil announced on July 15th that her campaign had begun the transition to the Green Party, with the goal of bringing ethical leaders back to the ballots of working New Jerseyans in the 2024 election. The campaign officially switched its FEC filing to the Green Party on July 27th and has opened itself to the guidance of Green Party of New Jersey veterans, Barry Bendar and Steve Welzer. The Khalil campaign plans to join other Green Party candidates on the Green Party ballot line in 2024.
The campaign aims to provide an honest, progressive candidate with progressive policy ideas free from the grasp of billionaires and corporations, to all New Jersey voters tired of party politics and ready for a fresh voice motivated to fight for them in Washington. Voters of all parties agree, partisan fighting and the resulting gridlock is no longer acceptable, and as many as 81% of registered voters in New Jersey agree the two-party system isn’t currently working. Volunteers and donations have been rolling in since the announcement of the switch on Twitter last week, an indication that New Jersey is ready for its next progressive leader.
Following her announcement of the switch, Ms. Khalil declared “We can end police brutality, we can have Medicare for all, we can have affordable homes; we can have it all. In order to make this a reality, we need new leaders who actually care. Vote Green.”