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ROBERT SINGER
SENATOR, D-30
Senator Robert W. Singer represents the 30th District in the New Jersey State Legislature. The newly configured 30th District, resulting from the state's recent redistricting, is comprised of parts of Ocean and Monmouth Counties. Senator Singer is in his twenty-fourth year in the New Jersey State Legislature, and presently serves as Republican Conference Leader in the New Jersey Senate. The lawmaker is also the senior ranking member of the Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee, and a member of the Senate Higher Education Committee. Senator Singer is a member of the New Jersey-Israel Commission. The Senator was also selected to serve on the Advisory Council on Arthritis and the Governor's Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS and Related Blood-Borne Pathogens. Senator Singer is also a member of the bipartisan Aviation Caucus and was appointed in March 2012 to the New Jersey Advisory Council on End-of-Life Care. He has also been designated Jewish War Veterans of the United State of American National Legislative Officer for 2011-2012. In addition to his duties in the Senate, the legislator has served as a member of the Lakewood Township Committee for thirty years, retiring in 2010. Furthermore, Senator Singer's civil affiliations include Chairman of the Lakewood Municipal Utility Authority, Vice-Chairman of the Ocean County Board of Health, the Board of Trustees of Georgian Court University in Lakewood and a Member of the Board of Directors of the Monmouth-Ocean Development Council. The Senator is married and has four children.

1771 Madison Avenue-Suite 202
(732) 987-5669
http://singer.senatenj.com/



SEAN KEAN
ASSEMBLYMAN, D-30
After serving in the New Jersey General Assembly since 2002, Sean Kean was elected to the Senate in November of 2007. After Legislative Redistricting, Sean returned to the General Assembly in 2012. During his career in the legislature, Senator Kean has sponsored many pieces of legislation to improve the quality of life in Monmouth and throughout New Jersey. He sponsored legislation which mandated carbon monoxide sensors be installed in all residences, and legislation that would increase the penalties for kidnapping a child under the age of 16. Assemblyman Kean serves on various boards and organizations thought the county, including the Saint Rose Advisory Board and the Kimball Medical Center Foundation Board, the Advisory Board of the Asbury Park Corps of the Salvation Army, and the Board of Directors of the Scan Learning Center. He is also co-chair of the Council of State Governments’ Eastern Regional Conference.

1955 Route 34, Building 2A, Wall Township 07719
(732) 974-0400
http://www.seantkean.com



DAVE RIBLE
ASSEMBLYMAN, D-30
Assemblyman Dave Rible of Wall Township was elected to represent the 11th Legislative District on November 6, 2007. He was chosen by his fellow Assembly members to serve as the Assistant Minority Whip. He also serves on the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee, the Assembly Homeland Security and State Preparedness Committee, and is a member of the State Fire Safety Commission. A lifelong resident of Monmouth County, Assemblyman Rible is a devoted and accomplished community and civic leader. He is a former captain and president of the Belmar Fire Department and is still an active member. He served as President of the Wall Republican Club and the Southern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce. He has been involved with the Belmar First Aid Squad, the Boy Scouts of America and Wall Helps its People. Assemblyman Rible also served on the Wall Township Planning Board from 2000-2007.

1955 Highway 34, Bldg 2-A, Wall 07719
(732) 974-0400
http://www.daverible.com










Apr 25: Wall Republican Gala
 
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Apr 30: Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini Golf Outing
 

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