New Jersey General Assembly, 2010–2012 term


New Jersey General Assembly, 2010–2012 term

The New Jersey General Assembly is the lower house of the New Jersey Legislature. The following is the roster and leadership positions for the 2010–2012 term. The term will begin on January 12, 2010 and will end on January 12, 2012.

This assembly was preceded by the 2008–2010 assembly and will be followed by the 2012–2014 assembly.

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Leadership

Members of the Assembly's leadership are:[1]

Democratic leadership

Position Representative District
Speaker of the General Assembly Sheila Y. Oliver 34
Speaker Pro Tempore Jerry Green 22
Majority Leader Joseph Cryan 20
Deputy Speaker of the Assembly John J. Burzichelli 3
Deputy Speaker of the Assembly Upendra J. Chivukula 17
Deputy Speaker of the Assembly Jack Conners 7
Deputy Speaker of the Assembly Patrick J. Diegnan 18
Deputy Speaker of the Assembly Linda R. Greenstein 14
Deputy Speaker of the Assembly John F. McKeon 27
Deputy Speaker of the Assembly Frederick Scalera 36
Deputy Speaker of the Assembly L. Grace Spencer 29
Deputy Speaker of the Assembly John S. Wisniewski 19
Deputy Majority Leader Joseph V. Egan 17
Deputy Majority Leader Thomas P. Giblin 34
Deputy Majority Leader Reed Gusciora 15
Deputy Majority Leader Caridad Rodriguez 33
Deputy Majority Leader Joan Voss 38
Deputy Speaker Pro Tempore Wayne DeAngelo 4
Majority Conference Leader Joan M. Quigley 32
Deputy Majority Conference Leader Gordon M. Johnson 37
Parliamentarian Patrick J. Diegnan 18
Majority Whip Peter J. Barnes III 18
Deputy Majority Whip Vincent Prieto 32

Republican leadership

Position Representative District
Minority Leader Alex DeCroce 26
Minority Conference Leader Jon Bramnick 21
Minority Whip David Rible 11
Deputy Minority Conference Leader Scott Rumana 40
Deputy Minority Leader Amy Handlin 13
Deputy Minority Leader Vincent J. Polistina 2
Deputy Minority Leader David W. Wolfe 10
Assistant Minority Leader Dawn Marie Addiego 8
Assistant Minority Leader Denise Coyle 16
Assistant Minority Whip John F. Amodeo 2
Assistant Minority Whip Gary R. Chiusano 24
Parliamentarian James W. Holzapfel 10

Members of the General Assembly (by District)

  Two Democratic members
  Two Republican members
  One Democrat, one Republican

References

  1. ^ Legislative Leadership, accessed January 2, 2009.

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