Ben A. Graziano
A Policy Analyist advises and serves Assembly Democratic legislators by crafting, researching and corrdinating public policy initiatives.
Mr. Graziano serves as the Democratic Aide to the Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities, Commerce and Economic Development and Military and Veterans' Affairs committees.
Born in the Bronx, Ben A. Graziano moved to Belmawr, NJ when he was one year old.
A Camden County resident, Mr. Graziano began his career in politics in 2006, in the district office of U.S. Representative Robert E. Andrews, where he handled veterans' issues and helped to organize the congressman's annual Pearl Harbor commemoration ceremony. In 2009, Mr. Graziano began working for then-Assemblyman Jack Conners, maintaining his focus on veterans' issues and helping the assemblyman plan his annual POW/MIA remembrance ceremony. Mr. Graziano joined the Assembly Majority Office in January of 2012.
In addition to his legislative experience, Mr. Graziano has also worked on several South Jersey political campaigns and has taught history at the high school level.
Mr. Graziano holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Mount Saint Mary's College and a master's in public administration from Rutgers University.