Rumpf and Gove Named as Policy Co-Chairs to Assembly Republican Caucus
9th District legislators Senator Christopher J. Connors, Assemblyman Brian E. Rumpf, and Assemblywoman DiAnne C. Gove have received their committee assignments for the 2022-2023 Legislative Session.
Connors, Rumpf, and Gove have received their committee assignments for the 2022-2023 Legislative Session. (SenateNJ.com)
Senator Connors will once again serve on the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee and the Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee. Assemblyman Rumpf will join the Assembly Budget Committee and return to the Assembly Health Committee. Assemblywoman Gove will be returning to the Assembly Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee, the Assembly Aging and Senior Services Committee, and the Assembly Higher Education Committee.
Assemblyman Rumpf and Assemblywoman Gove were once again named as policy co-chairs to the Assembly Republican caucus. The 9th District legislators issued the following statement upon receiving their committee assignments.
“When selecting committee assignments, the intent is to place our delegation in the most effective positions to represent our constituents’ interests.
“Veterans and seniors comprise a large segment of our constituency and we, therefore, want to ensure that they have easy access to the best services and programs available. As always, protecting the autonomy of our senior communities from intrusive and unwanted common interest community legislation and oversight by the Trenton bureaucracy is a critical priority for our delegation.
“Trenton continues to enact policies that raise taxes and tolls, enlarge government, incur debt and make New Jersey even more hostile to small businesses. Assemblyman Rumpf requested to serve on the Assembly Budget Committee to give our delegation a stronger voice in state budgetary matters. Together, we can more effectively represent the interests of our constituents who are rightfully demanding fiscal restraint at the state level and desperately needed tax relief as New Jersey becomes more even unaffordable for taxpayers who are at their breaking point.
“Due to our large senior constituency, Assemblywoman Gove is pleased to once again serve on the Assembly Aging and Senior Services Committee. Elder care, guardianship policies, Alzheimer’s Disease treatment are all important issues to our constituents and fall under the responsibilities of the Committee to address.”
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