OLIVER & CRYAN: QUIGLEY’S INVALUABLE LEADERSHIP & SERVICE MADE NEW JERSEY A BETTER PLACE FOR ALL

(TRENTON) – Assembly Speaker Sheila Y. Oliver and Assembly Majority Leader Joseph Cryan on Wednesday said Assemblywoman Joan M. Quigley’s invaluable leadership and service made New Jersey a better place for everyone.
Quigley on Wednesday announced she wouldn’t seek re-election after nine terms in the Assembly. Quigley is the Assembly Majority Conference Leader.
“New Jersey is a better place because of Joan Quigley, whose steady hand has helped guide our caucus,” said Oliver (D-Essex/Passaic). “Her tireless work to protect public safety, improve insurance coverage for those with mental health problems, promote health education and protect patient rights will stand strong for years to come. She has been a strong advocate for her constituents and a fine example of what it means to a public servant.”
“Each and every New Jerseyan can thank Joan Quigley for making their lives better,” said Cryan (D-Union). “Her energy, intelligence and passion for excellent public policy has been unmatched, and her ability to help build a consensus around Democratic values has been amazing to watch. Whether it be her efforts to improve access to health care or enhance adult education services, Joan Quigley has always had one goal in mind – making a better future for New Jersey.”