TRENTON – The Assembly minority’s replacement for new state Sen. Dawn Marie Addiego (R-Evesham) was sworn in today.
Lumberton Committeeman Pat Delany took her seat, following Addiego’s promotion to fill a Senate seat emptied by Phil Haines’s appointment as a superior court judge.
Delany was the unanimous pick of the Burlington County Republicans in mid-November, and was sworn in today along with Assemblymen Jason O’Donnell (D-Bayonne) and Gilbert “Whip” Wilson (D-Camden).
Both Democrats were confirmed by the voters after being appointed to seats earlier this year.
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