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Senator Troy Singleton
7th Legislative District
Senator Troy Singleton has devoted his life to public service in government, political, and policy posts at all levels. His rapid rise to the highest levels of management in the New Jersey Legislature and as an elected official is a testament to his widely praised talent for assessing, developing, and implementing clear and pragmatic responses to major public policy challenges.
In 2011, he was elected to his first term in the New Jersey General Assembly, representing the over 220,000 residents of the 7th Legislative District. Senator Singleton served on the Assembly Budget, Education (Vice Chairman), State & Local Government (Chair) and Tourism & Gaming (Vice Chair) Committees. He was elected to the New Jersey State Senate in 2017.
During his time serving in the legislature, Senator Singleton had a significant number of proposals signed into law. His primary focus is on job creation, economic development, domestic violence prevention and expanding educational opportunities for the children of the state of New Jersey. As such, Senator Singleton has received numerous awards for his public service and legislative acumen from business, education civic, labor and non-profit organizations.
- Military and Veterans' Affairs, Chair
- Economic Growth, Vice-Chair
- Budget and Appropriations
- Legislative Oversight
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