SPEAKER COUGHLIN ON ANTHONY “SKIP” CIMINO LEAVING THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE MAJORITY OF THE ASSEMBLY OFFICE


SPEAKER COUGHLIN ON ANTHONY “SKIP” CIMINO LEAVING THE MANAGING DIRECTOR OF OFFICE OF THE MAJORITY OF THE ASSEMBLY

(TRENTON) – President Craig J. Coughlin made the following statement today on the announcement that Anthony “Skip” Cimino is stepping down as Executive Director of the Assembly Majority Office:

“I would like to thank Skip Cimino for his great and dedicated service to the General Assembly over the past four years.

“I am extremely proud of all that we have been able to accomplish together, and that is in large part because of the leadership of Anthony ‘Skip’ Cimino. Skip’s experience was instrumental in the legislature’s ability to raise the state’s minimum wage, reform the state’s off-grid medical billing practices, and expand access to working families then. that we are all working to recover throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. His love for the people of New Jersey was evident during his time in the assembly majority office and he will be missed.

“I wish Skip the best of luck as he enters the next phase of his successful career.”

“It has been an honor to return to the General Assembly and support the Democratic members in my capacity on the majority office of the Assembly for the past four years,” said Antoine Cimino.

Mr. Anthony Cimino is a former member of the Democratic Assembly who represented the 14th Legislative District from 1988 to 1992 and served as Personnel Commissioner in the Florio administration. Prior to being elected to the General Assembly, he was Mercer County Freeholder for six years, where he served as Chairman of the Board of Directors, and was also a member of the Hamilton Township Education Council, where he served two terms as president. He has had a long and distinguished career, most notably as President and CEO of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJ) in Hamilton.

President Coughlin will name Cimino’s successor later this week.

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