Donald Norcross serves on the U.S. House Education and Labor committee.
An electrician by trade, he champions fair wages, healthcare for all, accessible and affordable higher education options, equality for women, quality health care for veterans, a strong nation and safe neighborhoods.
Donald was born and raised in South Jersey. He began his career in organized labor in 1979, working as an electrical apprentice. He is also the former president of the Southern New Jersey Building Trades Council and president of the Southern New Jersey AFL-CIO Central Labor Council.
Donald and his wife live in the City of Camden. He is the father of three and grandfather of three.