Sue Altman is a proud daughter of New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District.

She grew up on Center Street in Clinton, attended Clinton Public School and Voorhees High School, and calls Hunterdon County her home today, living in Lambertville.

After leading her Voorhees High School basketball team to local championships, Sue played college basketball at Columbia University and professional basketball abroad, earned two graduate degrees from Oxford University in the UK - one in International Policy and the other in Business, then went on to become a teacher and successful basketball coach, leading two teams to state championships.

During her time as a teacher, Sue became deeply involved in the fight for New Jersey’s schools and students. She stood up to then-Governor Chris Christie in order to protect teachers and fight against cuts to public schools.

For the last several years, Sue has served as Executive Director of the New Jersey Working Families Alliance, a non-profit organization focused primarily on combating political corruption in Trenton.

Sue fought fearlessly against corrupt actors in both parties and the waste of taxpayer dollars. 

“The corruption tax is NJ’s biggest tax. It’s unseen but pervasive. New Jersey has more than enough money to restore parks, fund our schools, and pave the roads, but when the politically connected have their hands in the public coffers, the public gets the short end of the stick.

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Over her career, Sue has fought tirelessly for the people of New Jersey.  She won’t stop when she gets to Washington.

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