Important updates from Assemblywoman Dunn

Hello – for those who do not receive Assemblywoman Aura Dunn’s newsletter, we wanted to pass on these important updates and links:

Monthly Update
We have reached the end of this incredibly trying year. Despite all the hardships, we persevered and will end up better for it in the long run. I hope everyone gets the chance to safely celebrate this holiday season.
I am honored to continue to work for you as your Assemblywoman. 
My district office has moved to Chester. The address is 191 Main St, Suite D, Chester, NJ, 07930. Visit anytime! I am also pleased to announce that my office will be a drop off location for Toys for Tots. Get in the giving spirit and drop a toy off for less fortunate children who may not get them otherwise.
Nearly a third of our small businesses in New Jersey have closed. We must keep working to support the small business community that is struggling so mightily right now. The pandemic has hit us all hard, but we must afford these business the opportunity to survive and thrive! If you own a small business, look here for programs that may be available to assist you: 
Zufall is offering free COVID-19 testing. To see locations and to schedule your test, click here:
The Department of Health is looking to hire more contact tracers to aid in the fight against COVID-19. If you or anyone you know may be interested, more information on how to apply can be found here: 
I was glad to call into a recent New Jersey Globe Power Hour! My segment starts at 37:18 and runs until the end of the show!
Dunn in the NewsDunn Founding Member of New Jersey Legislative Disability Caucus
Dunn Participates in Thanksgiving Food Drive
Dunn Makes Children’s Safety Priority in New Daycare Protocol Passing Assembly
Legislative UpdateI’d like to share some of the legislation I am working on: 

A4627– Establishes Digital Divide Solutions Grant Program in DOE to assist public schools in purchase of online instruction equipment. Remote learning has exacerbated disparities in access to technology in some communities. An education is the best way to lift one out of poverty, but without the proper technological equipment, impoverished students cannot get the education they need in these times of remote learning. That is why we must take action and work to close this digital divide. 

A4334– “Transparency in Government Act;” provides for establishment of a State public finance website and requires certain public entities receiving State funds to establish similar website. Transparency in government is required for our democracy to function properly. That is why I believe we need to take measures to foster good governance and hold our officials accountable. ACR191-“Rainy Day Fund;” Amend the Constitution to require deposit of excess revenue in Surplus Revenue Fund and restricts appropriations there from. We learned the hard way that New Jersey was not prepared for an emergency of this magnitude. It is time we practice responsible governing and stop borrowing on the backs of taxpayers.
Good Deed of the Month
Amanda Austin-Young Modale of Bernardsville is taking matters into her own hands to help the community. She is leading a group of people who are buying local restaurant gift cards and giving them to families in need, both helping the small business community and those struggling to make ends meet right now. Amazing work!
Send me your Good Samaritan stories at
Need help or have a question?
My District Office is located at 191 Main St, Suite D, Chester, NJ, 07930Phone: 908-955-7228 Email:

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