TRENTON – Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver today swore in the General Assembly’s two newest lawmakers.
Assemblymen Robert Andrezejcak, (D-1) and Parker Space, (R-24), officially assumed their roles in the New Jersey Assembly.
The Assembly is gathered today for a full voting session.
Space is a 7th generation farmer and a Sussex County freeholder who takes the place of Gary Chiusano, who became county surrogate.
Andrezeajcak, an Iraq War Army veteran and Purple Heart/Bronze Star recipient, replaces Matt Milam, who stepped down.
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