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Assemblyman Greenwald Chosen to Serve as Assembly Majority Leader for Seventh Term

Assemblyman Louis Greenwald has been selected by his fellow Assembly Democrats to serve as Majority Leader for the 2022-2023 legislative session. This will be the Assemblyman’s seventh consecutive term as Majority Leader.

Assemblyman Greenwald, who represents municipalities in Burlington and Camden Counties, has been a legislator since 1996. He previously served as the Assembly Budget Chair from 2002 to 2011.

The Assemblyman has a Juris Doctor degree from Seton Hall University School of Law and has played a significant role in advancing cancer research, mental health and commonsense gun reform measures during his tenure.

Upon the announcement of his selection as Majority Leader, Assemblyman Greenwald (D-Camden, Burlington) issued the following statement:

“I want to thank my colleagues for their ongoing confidence in my ability to serve as the Majority Leader of our caucus. I am happy to have the support of such a dedicated and diverse group of legislators, and am honored to once again play a part in the work we are doing on behalf of the people of this state. I look forward to continuing to advance compassionate, common-sense policies alongside Speaker Coughlin and the rest of our leadership team that will benefit New Jersey families for years to come.”