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Mary Pat Angelini

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Nationality  American
Name  Mary Angelini
Political party  Republican
Role  American Politician
Spouse(s)  Robert Angelini
Party  Republican Party
Children  Toni and Robert, Jr.

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Preceded by  Steve Corodemus Sean T. Kean
Born  December 8, 1954 (age 68) (1954-12-08)
Alma mater  B.S.W. East Tennessee State University (Social work) M.P.A. Fairleigh Dickinson University (Public Administration)
Residence  Ocean Township, New Jersey, United States
Education  Fairleigh Dickinson University, East Tennessee State University
Similar People  Caroline Casagrande, Jennifer Beck, Dave Rible, Valerie Huttle

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Mary Pat Angelini (born December 8, 1954) is an American Republican Party politician, who served in the New Jersey General Assembly from January 8, 2008 to January 12, 2016, where she represented the 11th Legislative District.


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Angelini served in the Assembly on the Human Services Committee and the Health and Senior Services Committee.

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Angelini graduated with a Bachelor of Social Welfare from East Tennessee State University in social work and an M.P.A. from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Since 1992 she has served as Executive Director of Prevention First which, using legislative grants that she helped pass, urged that educational programs and services to schools, businesses, and community organizations counter what she characterized as the negative effects of drug abuse and violence. Her work there led her to become an advocate against the legalization of recreational marijuana in the State. Angelini is a resident of Ocean Township, Monmouth County.

The Assemblywoman has sponsored legislation to establish an Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights in New Jersey. The bill was signed by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie early in 2011. The law encourages school districts to better investigate reports of bullying and was drafted in response to the suicide of Tyler Clementi.

Angelini and running mate Caroline Casagrande were defeated in their 2015 re-election bid to Democratic challengers Joann Downey and Eric Houghtaling.

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