There are 2 Candidates running for the New Jersey State Assembly, a key part of the New Jersey Legislature. Assembly Terms are for 2 years. Each Municipal Legislative District (Willingboro is Legislative District 7) has 2 members. There are 40 Legislative Districts in the State of New Jersey, for a total of 80 Assemblymen and Assemblywomen; of the 80, there are 55 Democrats and 26 Republicans serving in the current General Assembly.
Our District is served by incumbents, Assemblyman Herbert “Herb” Conaway and Assemblywoman Carol Murphy. Both are running for re-election on November 5th.
TIRELESSLY FIGHTING FOR MIDDLE-CLASS FAMILIES AND SENIORS
HERB CONAWAY, MD
Assemblyman Herb Conaway is a doctor and Air Force veteran committed to keeping our families safe. As the only physician serving in the Assembly and former Captain in the United States Air Force Medical Corps, Herb is a leading voice against Trump’s efforts to dismantle the Affordable Care Act. As Chairman of the Health and Senior Services Committee, Herb has also authored landmark legislation to combat the opioid epidemic, and has been a strong proponent of tax relief and veteran’s rights.
AssemblywomanCarol Murphy is a hard-working advocate devoted to making a difference in South Jersey. In her first term Carol has already begun to make a noteworthy difference by championing new laws that address pay equity, health care, gun violence reform, transparency, veteran’s assistance and tax relief. Assemblywoman Murphy is also working to protect women from sexual harassment in the workplace and the Burlington County Times credited her for taking on the “thorniest policy matters” in Trenton.