State Sen. Sandra B. Cunningham (D-31) announced today she is seeking re-election in 2013 in the 31st Legislative District, which includes Jersey City and Bayonne.
“There’s still a lot of work to be done in creating jobs, addressing crime issues, and improving education,” said Cunningham. “That’s why I want to continue the progress we have made in improving the quality of life in our communities.”
The senator was a rumored mayoral candidate this year.
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