Howard Kleinhendler Announces 2014 Run For Congress

Kleinhendler is also the first Democratic candidate in the Third Congressional District to announce a specific plan to improve Obamacare.

Online PR News – 20-February-2014 – Brick, New Jersey – Howard Kleinhendler officially announced the launch of his campaign for Jon Runyan’s vacant seat in New Jersey’s Third Congressional District.

“I plan on running an issues-oriented campaign which speaks to things that matter in our daily lives,” proclaimed Kleinhendler.

A 27-year resident of Ocean County, and a member of the Ocean County Democratic Committee, Kleinhendler is ready to bring his decades of negotiation and litigation skills as a Manhattan attorney well versed in complex corporate and commercial cases to Washington to help the citizens of Ocean and Burlington Counties.

With health care remaining at the forefront of the issues in 2014, Kleinhendler is the first Democratic candidate in the Third Congressional District to boast a specific plan to improve Obamacare.

Kleinhendler proclaimed, “We need to improve Obamacare so more people can get affordable insurance while at the same time find ways to ease the burdens of the program on small businesses.”

New Jersey’s Congressional District, which includes communities in Burlington and Ocean Counties, runs from the Delaware River in the west to the Atlantic Ocean in the east. The district includes the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, and includes shore communities that saw immense damage from Hurricane Sandy. Kleinhendler is running on the issues that local residents care about the most, including help for veterans, and local residents recovering from Sandy.

“Our veterans deserve care and appreciation for their sacrifice to our country and the response to Hurricane Sandy must be improved so people can get back into their homes and badly damaged communities can prosper once again,” Kleinhendler added.

Kleinhendler has appeared on CBS News, FOX Business News and Bloomberg Television, and has been quoted in various print and electronic media in connection with his various legal representations. He was a Democratic nominee for Congress in 2010.

Details of Kleinhendler’s proposals on the issues can be view on his campaign website.