Dealing with state agencies can sometimes be frustrating and time consuming. In these cases, my constituent liaison staff can “cut the red tape” and help advocate and expedite an appropriate, and hopefully positive, resolution.
Register to vote
The easist way to make your voice heard is to register and get out to vote. Click here to register to vote.
Settled in 1689, Trenton is one of America’s most historic cities. Visit New Jersey’s State House, the nation’s second-oldest state capitol building, and the New Jersey State Museum. Next door, tour the Old Barracks, built in the 1750’s and site of one of the American Revolution’s dramatic turning points. During the summer, take in a Trenton Thunder (AA affiliate of the New York Yankees) baseball game at Waterfront Park; in the winter, watch the Trenton Devils (ECHL affiliate of the New Jersey Devils) skate at the Sun National Bank Center, formerly the Sovereign Bank Arena.
Click here to learn about our state symbols, and access games and puzzles that educate kids on state government and their roles as citizens of New Jersey.
How a bill becomes a law
It often is a long road from when an idea is first presented to when it may become the law of New Jersey. Click here to learn how the laws of our state are enacted.
Request a public record
By state law, many New Jersey government records are free and accessible to the general public. Click here to learn more about the Open Public Records Act, or to initiate a request.
Request a Ceremonial Resolution
Weddings, retirements, a championship sports team, and significant local happenings are just some of the many events that can be memorialized through a ceremonial Assembly resolution, signed by the Speaker. Ceremonial resolutions are official, frame-ready documents that extend the gratitude of the state to its residents. To learn more about ceremonial resolutions, or to request one, please contact your assembly persons’ district office.