ASSEMBLYWOMAN CASAGRANDE ELEVATED
TO LEADERSHIP - ASSEMBLYWOMAN MUÑOZ
NAMED DEPUTY WHIP
Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick has announced elevation of two Assembly Republicans to leadership positions within the caucus. Assemblywoman Nancy F. Muñoz has been named Deputy Republican Whip and Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande will now assume the role of Co-Chair of the Policy Committee.
Muñoz represents the 21st Legislative District which includes parts of Union, Morris and Somerset counties. Muñoz has served in the Assembly since 2009.
Caroline Casagrande represents the 11th Legislative District in Monmouth County, began her career in the Assembly in 2008.
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