NJ.COM – The borough will consider next week whether it should try to protect its immigrant community by becoming a "sanctuary city."
Joshua Henne, a local Democratic strategist, said communities should create clear policies to protect immigrants, and that this is not an impossible task.
"All folks are asking for is to make sure our local municipalities won't become deputized police forces for Trump's mass deportations," Henne said.
ASBURY PARK PRESS – Democratic strategist Joshua Henne said Monmouth candidates have plenty to talk about. Everyone in Monmouth has these issues they’re drawn to – the environment, the racetrack, beach replenishment, the seasonal workers, the small businesses. It’s not just Sandy,” said Henne, owner of White Horse Strategies. “They care about the beach and oceans. They talk about Bruce Springsteen – these are things that transcend.”
PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER – "Anyone who tells you they're not playing the John Doe parlor game also has a bridge to sell you," Joshua Henne, a Democratic consultant, said in an email, which he jokingly signed "aka John Doe."
PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER – "With Christie completely fixated on Iowa and New Hampshire and the gears of government grinding to a halt, it seems both Republicans and Democrats are already casting their eyes to 2017," said Joshua Henne, a Democratic consultant with White Horse Strategies who isn't working for any of the prospective candidates.
WALL STREET JOURNAL – “No one works harder, plays smarter or knows how to step up in a pressure situation” than New Jersey players, said Joshua Henne, a Democratic strategist who grew up playing soccer with Ms. O’Reilly’s brothers.