Senate President Stephen Sweeney
Deputy Speaker John Burzichelli
Assemblyman Adam Taliaferro

Our Priorities

For the state legislature’s 2016/2017 session, Senator Sweeney was unanimously confirmed and sworn in as President of the New Jersey Senate, the highest-ranking position in the state’s legislature.  As the Senate President, Senator Sweeney plays a key role in setting the Senate’s agenda and building coalitions.

Assemblyman Burzichelli was sworn in as the Deputy Speaker of the New Jersey Assembly and is the chair of the Assembly Appropriations committee, vice chair of the Assembly Budget committee, a member of the Tourism and Gaming committee, a member of the Legislative Services Commission and serves on the Joint Budget Oversight Committee.

Assemblyman Taliaferro was sworn into the New Jersey Legislature on January 29, 2015.  He serves as vice Chair of the Assembly Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee and is a member of the Assembly Education Committee.

Please click here to view legislation sponsored by Senator Sweeney, Assemblyman Burzichelli, and Assemblyman Taliaferro during the most recent legislative session.

District Offices

Gloucester County
Kingsway Commons
935 Kings Highway, Suite 400
West Deptford, NJ 08086
Phone: (856) 251-9801
Fax: (856) 251-9752


Salem/Cumberland Counties

The Finlaw Building
199 East Broadway, Suite G
Salem, NJ 08079
Phone: (856) 339-0808
Fax: (856) 339-9626


The Bridgeton Library Satellite Office
1st Tuesday of the month
3 pm - 5 pm
150 East Commerce Street
Bridgeton, NJ 08302
Phone: 856-455-1011


Constituent Corner-                      Code Blue Programs Assist Residents in Need of Shelter

The Code Blue Initiative is designed to provide shelter for homeless individuals and residents without sufficient accommodations when temperatures drop below freezing. The Code Blue Season runs from November 1st through April 15th, with designated “warming centers” operating between 6:00 pm and 6:00 am.
When a Code Blue alert is issued, volunteers collaborate with police, emergency medical services, the County Health Department and Human Services, and the state Office of Emergency Management to prepare warming centers and identify individuals who may be in need of shelter.
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