New "Vote Yes On 2" Campaign Video Spotlights New Jersey's Natural Treasures

NJ Keep It Green, the state’s largest coalition of conservation, agriculture and historic preservation organizations, today released a new “Vote Yes on 2” campaign video that spotlights New Jersey’s natural treasures – from the Shore to the Delaware River, Cape May to Branch Brook Park.

The 30-second video is posted on NJ Keep It Green’s newly designed website at www.njkeepitgreen.org and is part of a comprehensive communications and public outreach effort leading up to Election Day urging voters to Vote Yes on Public Question 2 on Nov. 4.

“New Jersey is blessed with clean water, parks, natural areas and family farms,” said NJ Keep It Green Chairman, Tom Gilbert.  “We are excited to highlight these treasures in our new video, since they show why it is so important to vote YES on 2, to protect clean water and open space for our children and grandchildren.”

The following is the audio transcript:

“From the Shore to the Delaware River…

Cape May to Branch Brook Park

They’re New Jersey’s treasures…clean drinking water, rivers, lakes and beaches. 

They’re the legacy we leave our children. We have to protect them.

We can by voting yes on 2.

It won’t increase taxes, just dedicate existing funds to protect open space, clean water and quality of life.

Our legacy for the future. Vote Yes on 2 November 4.”

About NJ Keep It Green NJ Keep It Green is a coalition of more than 185 park and conservation organizations working to create a long-term, dedicated source of funding for the preservation and stewardship of New Jersey’s natural areas, waterways, parks, farmland and historic sites. NJ Keep It Green led successful campaigns to pass statewide ballot measures in 2006, 2007, and 2009 generating $600 million for state open space, farmland and historic preservation programs. For more information visit www.njkeepitgreen.org.  

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