New Jersey General Assembly, 2004–2006 term


New Jersey General Assembly, 2004–2006 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 2004-2006 term. The term began on January 12, 2004 and will end on January 10, 2006.

This assembly was preceded by the 2002-2004 assembly and was followed by the 2006-2008 assembly.

District map (2001 redistricting) colored by 2004 to 2005 term representative party
Composition at Election
Affiliation Members
  Democratic Party 47
  Republican Party 33
Total 80

Leadership

Speaker: Albio Sires (District 33)

Majority Leader: Joseph J. Roberts (District 5)

Speaker Pro Tempore: Donald Kofi Tucker (District 28)

Majority Conference Leader: Loretta Weinberg (District 37)

Deputy Speaker Pro Tempore: Jerry Green (District 22)

Deputy Speakers: Herb Conaway (District 7), Nellie Pou (District 35), Joan M. Quigley (District 32), Alfred E. Steele (District 35), John S. Wisniewski (District 19)

Deputy Majority Leader: Neil M. Cohen (District 20)

Assistant Majority Leaders: John J. Burzichelli (District 3); Nilsa Cruz-Perez (District 5); Joseph Cryan (District 20); Linda R. Greenstein (District 14)

Parliamentarian: Wilfredo Caraballo (District 29)

Deputy Majority Conference Leader: William D. Payne (District 29)

Majority Whip: Peter J. Barnes (District 18)

Assistant Majority Whips: John F. McKeon (District 27); Robert J. Smith II (District 4)

Minority Leader: Alex DeCroce (District 26)

Minority Conference Leader: Guy R. Gregg (District 24)

Minority Whip: Francis J. Blee (District 2)

Deputy Minority Leaders: Kevin J. O'Toole (District 40); Steve Corodemus (District 11)

Assistant Minority Leaders: Christopher Bateman (District 16); Samuel D. Thompson (District 13); David W. Wolfe (District 10)

Assistant Minority Whips: Francis L. Bodine (District 8); Sean T. Kean (District 11); Alison Littell McHose (District 24)

Policy Chair: Steve Corodemus (District 11)

Parliamentarian: Michael Patrick Carroll (District 25)

Assistant Parliamentarian: Bill Baroni (District 14)

Members of the New Jersey General Assembly (by District)


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