Indian-Americans Raise $50,000 For Gov. Murphy’s Campaign

Padma Shri Dr. Sudhir Parikh, left, with Gov. Phil Murphy, center, and Dr. Sudha Parikh, right, at the Aug. 8, 2021, fundraiser at the home of Gulshan Chhabra in New Jersey. Photo: courtesy ITV Gold.
Members of the Indian-American community met New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Aug. 8, 2021. The meeting was at a fundraiser hosted by Gov. Murphy’s supporter Gulshan Chhabra, at his residence.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy with Gulshan Chhabra, right, who hosted a fundraiser at his home Aug. 8, 2021. Photo: ITV Gold

Those gathered raised $50,000 at the fundraiser, displaying the level of support that Gov. Murphy has received as he campaigns for his re-election this November.

Those attending said they were happy with the Governor’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic in New Jersey, and how the pandemic was controlled for residents of the state.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy with Indian-American supporters at an Aug. 8, 2021 fundraiser.. Photo: ITV Gold

They wanted to promote his candidacy, they said.

Gov. Murphy addressed the gathering laying out his agenda and praised the community for its contributions to the state.
The Murphy campaign has highlighted its performance during Covid. While  acknowledging the price paid in lost lives, the campaign says “Phil Murphy faced up to the challenge from the very beginning, following the data and science to help New Jersey get through the worst of the pandemic. He has always been straight with New Jerseyans about the harsh realities facing the state while providing clearly-defined safety measures and consistent guidance on the steps being taken to address the state’s challenges.”


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