The Buono for Governor campaign today released a new web video, "John & Lee Ann's Story," highlighting the couple's plight in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. While Governor Christie wasted millions in federal recovery funds to satisfy his national ambitions, John and Lee Ann, and thousands of families just like them, are falling through the cracks, left to deal with a litany of bureaucratic red tape and struggling to rebuild and recover.
"John and Lee Ann's story is a crushing reminder of the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy and the struggle to rebuild after the storm," Senator Buono said. "The sad reality is that there are thousands of stories just like John and Lee Ann's about resilient families working everyday to move forward with their lives, yet feel abandoned by Governor Christie. This is a Governor who is more concerned about advancing his own political future instead of helping Sandy victims get back on their feet. As Governor, I will work tirelessly for John and Lee Ann and all those families who feel left behind by this administration. Their recovery and their well-being will be my priority."
To watch "John and Lee Ann's Story," click here.
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