With many constituents in Willingboro and Delanco lacking power as PSEG continues its restoration efforts following Hurricane Sandy, Senator Diane Allen is working with local officials to supply food, diapers, baby formula, water and other necessities to those households still in the dark.
Senator Allen was able to secure delivery of these needed items through the National Foundation of Women Legislators, on whose board she serves. The supplies were collected by the Romney/Ryan campaign in Ohio and Wisconsin.
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