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John E. Wallace, Jr.

Hon. John E. Wallace, Jr.

Chair

John E. Wallace, Jr., Retired New Jersey Supreme Court Justice, is Counsel to the Brown & Connery Law firm. He concentrates his practice in mediation, arbitration and complex litigation.

Justice Wallace’s career as a jurist spanned over twenty-five years. Appointed to the Superior Court of Jersey in 1984, he was elevated to the Appellate Division in 1992 and nominated and confirmed to the Supreme Court in 2003. While in the Superior Court, Justice Wallace served in the Criminal and Civil Divisions, as well as the Family Part. He has served on the New Jersey Supreme Court Task Force for Minority Concerns, the New Jersey Ethics Commission, the Judiciary Advisory Committee on Americans with Disabilities Act, the Supreme Court Special Committee on Matrimonial Litigation, the Appellate Division Rules Committee and he was the Chair of the Supreme Court Ad Hoc Committee on Admissions, Chair of the Advisory Board for the Assistance Fund for New Jersey Court Families (Fund Advisory Board), and Vice Chair of the Supreme Court Ad Hoc Committee on the Uniform Bar Examination. Justice Wallace has received numerous honors from respected civic and legal organizations.

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Janice Fuller

Janice Fuller

Democratic Delegation Chair

Janice Fuller is President, Mid-Atlantic for Anbaric Development, where she leads efforts to develop offshore wind transmission infrastructure.

Prior to joining Anbaric, Ms. Fuller served as Chief of Staff to Congressman and House Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Frank Pallone (NJ-06), and previously served as district Director. She has also held roles as Director of Cabinet Affairs in the administration of Governor Jon Corzine where she oversaw the operations of several state departments and as the Executive Director of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee, as well as senior leadership roles in numerous political campaigns.

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Doug Steinhardt

Doug Steinhardt

Republican Delegation Chair

Doug was the first, five-term Mayor in Lopatcong Township history, serving from 2000 to 2014. He is the sitting Warren County Republican Chairman and served as the Chairman of the New Jersey Republican State Committee from November 2017 to December of 2020. He is the Founder and co-Chairman of the Warren County Addiction Awareness Task Force. Doug founded and co-Chairs the County Mental Health Task Force, is general counsel to Law Enforcement Against Drugs (L.E.A.D.), on the campaign committee for Abilities of Northwest Jersey, the Board of Overseers of Widener Commonwealth Law School, and is a Certified, Red Cross Volunteer.


Michele Albano

Michele Albano

Republican

Michele is a lifetime New Jersey native and Rutgers Alumni with a wealth of legal and political experience. She is a close advisor to Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick and formerly held campaign positions in New Jersey for President George W. Bush's election. She has also served as a legal assistant at a major law firm.

Jeanne Ashmore

Jeanne Ashmore

Republican

Jeanne has more than three decades of experience in legislative, policy and regulatory expertise serving in the New Jersey Legislature, District Director to Congressman Leonard Lance and then as the Deputy Chief Administrator at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. She has served in two Governor's Administrations, heading up the constituent, community and intergovernmental affairs units.

Iris Delgado

Iris Delgado

Democrat

Iris Michelle Delgado is the daughter of Chilean and Peruvian immigrants. Ms. Delgado is a political data and targeting expert. She has worked in over 16 states to help elect such public officials as Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin, and Rep. Terri Sewell, the first African American woman elected to the House of Representatives from Alabama.

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Mark Duffy

Mark Duffy

Republican

Mark has over twenty years of experience in government and campaigns with the last fourteen serving in leadership roles in at the New Jersey Assembly Republican Office. He is currently the Executive Director, where he oversees the development of public policies that shape our state. He has also managed political campaigns in every corner of New Jersey.

Vin Gopal

Vin Gopal

Democrat

Vin Gopal is a lifelong resident of Monmouth County, a small-business owner and the Founder and President of a local non-profit organization dedicated to helping Monmouth County charities and individuals in need.

During his first term in the State Senate, Vin worked tirelessly across party-lines to champion the causes of working families in Monmouth County, small-business owners, students, and seniors. He has successfully fought for increased funding for Monmouth County schools, women’s healthcare facilities, supporting veterans, and increasing funding for mental health services. Vin has been an independent voice in the Senate and led the effort to stop his own party from introducing a shore rental tax. He also had several shared-service and tax-saving bills signed into law in his first term in the Senate.

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Stephanie Lagos

Stephanie Lagos

Democrat

Stephanie Lagos currently serves as Chief of Staff to First Lady of New Jersey Tammy Snyder Murphy.

Her prior work includes serving as a Senior Policy Advisor to the Murphy for Governor campaign and the Deputy Chief of Staff and Legislative Director for Assemblyman Gary Schaer during his term as Budget Chairman. Ms. Lagos also worked as the Finance Director on the Roy Cho for Congress campaign in New Jersey’s 5th Congressional District.

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Mark LoGrippo

Mark LoGrippo

Republican

Mark is a three-term Councilman, serving his community in Westfield. He currently works as the Major Account Manager for New Jersey American Water and holds deep experience in regulatory and legislative processes as a Government Representative for the Division of Economic Development and Energy Policy for the Board of Public Utilities.

Jeff Nash

Jeff Nash

Democrat

Jeff Nash began his career in 1983 as an attorney with the New York City Legal Aid Society, Criminal Defense Division. In 1987, he moved to Cherry Hill and joined the prestigious Philadelphia-based law firm of Cozen O’Connor where he became one of the firm’s Shareholders, specializing in civil litigation and government relations. In 2015, Jeff left Cozen O’Connor to open his own practice, The Nash Law Group, LLC. located in the City of Camden. His firm focuses on advancing community-based projects. In addition to his private law practice, Jeff is a founding member of the Volunteer UP Legal Clinic which primarily serves those in need and clients of Volunteers of America Delaware Valley. He currently serves as the Chairman of the clinic’s advisory board.

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Lynda Pagliughi

Lynda Pagliughi

Republican

Lynda has been a steady hand for the New Jersey Republican Party and a dedicated public servant to her community. She currently holds the position of Vice Chair to the New Jersey Republican State Committee and serves as a trustee for the Cape Women’s Resource Fund which raises scholarship funding for women attending college. She also serves as Vice President of the Jersey Shore Partnership, and a Board Member of the Southern New Jersey Development Council serving all of South Jersey. She formerly served as the tourism and economic development coordinator for South Jersey Transportation Authority, the manager of the Motor Vehicle Commission office in North Cape May, New Jersey and was the Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation Board’s first female President.

Dana Redd

Dana Redd

Democrat

Dana Redd is a proven and experienced leader with over 25 years’ service in the public sector. She is known as a forward-thinking professional with a demonstrated ability to lead organizational change. In fact, SJ Magazine recognized Ms. Redd as “The woman warrior who just might change Camden” touting her tough stance and decision to join the Camden County Police Department. The transition, not only, lead to more officers patrolling the city, but also, resulted in significant crime reduction within the first year of operation. The NJ Spotlight published article “Upgrade In Troubled City’s Credit Rating Gives Camden New Hope” featured the city’s progress under her leadership.

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