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Addiego, Howarth & Peters

  • The family of Eileen Marmino joined Sen. Dawn Marie Addiego for the passage of Eileen’s Law in the New Jersey Senate on January 8, 2018. (Full Story)

  • Sen. Dawn Marie Addiego (center) wearing purple in the New Jersey State House on June 22, 2015 in recognition of Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month. (Facebook)

  • Senator Dawn Marie Addiego, Assemblywoman Maria Rodriguez-Gregg and Berlin Borough Council President James Bilello visited Our Lady of Mount Carmel Regional School to talk about civics and state government with students on April 30, 2014. (Facebook)

  • Senator Dawn Marie Addiego took the oath of office during the reorganization meeting of the 2014-2015 New Jersey Senate on January 14, 2014 to represent the people of the 8th Legislative District. (Facebook)

  • Sen. Dawn Marie Addiego (R-8) and David Silver, President of Operation Yellow Ribbon of South Jersey, unload donated goods that will be shipped to troops in Afghanistan. Addiego’s office serves as a drop-off point for donations. (BCT/Dennis McDonald)

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District 8

Operation Yellow Ribbon Teaming with 8th District Legislators to Collect Cookies for Soldiers Overseas

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Cookies Will Be Collected at 8th District Office on Saturday, Dec. 1st from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The 8th Legislative District Office is teaming up with Operation Yellow Ribbon of South Jersey to host a holiday cookie drive to send treats to troops deployed in the Middle East.


Video from the 2017 cookie drive.

Senator Dawn Marie Addiego, Assemblymen Ryan Peters and Joe Howarth and volunteers will be on hand during the drive on Saturday, Dec. 1, to pack and box the donated baked goods and store bought items.

While Operation Yellow Ribbon and the 8th District Legislators are packing up, Santa will be making the trip from the North Pole to welcome people who make donations.

The drive will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the 8th District Legislative Office at 176 Route 70, Suite 13 in Medford.

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Senator Dawn Addiego

Addiego bill Providing Veteran Tax Exemption to Widowed Spouses Advances

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Senator Dawn Marie Addiego’s bill that would make surviving spouses of veterans eligible for the state’s $3,000 Income Tax Exemption for Veterans cleared the Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee on Thursday.

Sen. Dawn Marie Addiego’s bill making surviving spouses of veterans eligible for the state’s $3,000 Income Tax Exemption for Veterans cleared the Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee. (Flickr)

The exemption is currently only available to surviving spouses if their veteran spouse died that year. The bill (S-2398) would allow spouses to receive the exemption every year going forward.

“The sacrifices made throughout the years by the wives, husbands and partners of our veterans are not lost on me,” said Addiego (R-8). “They too give up a part of themselves for our nation and are often what keeps our brave men and women in the military courageous enough to keep fighting.”

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Senator Dawn Addiego

Addiego Measure Adding Safeguard to Horse Auctions Clears Senate

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Owners of stolen or lost horses would have the means to relocate them before their sale under a bill sponsored by Senator Dawn Marie Addiego (R-8) that passed the Senate on Thursday, June 26, 2018.

Owners of stolen or lost horses would have the means to relocate them before their sale under a bill sponsored by Sen. Dawn Marie Addiego that passed the Senate on Thursday, June 26, 2018. (SenateNJ.com)

The measure, S-455, requires a horse auctioneer or seller to determine whether the horse has an implanted microchip or has been tattooed or branded and, if so, to display the information online for at least 72 hours before the sale.

“Horses that are stolen, or lost during times like a terrible storm, or rented out by a trainer and not returned, often find their way to auctions or sales with the rightful owner never knowing of the horse’s whereabouts,” Addiego said.  “Horse rescues and owners have decried the lack of resources to locate and get these horses back, most of which are sold and sent off to slaughter.”

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Senator Dawn Addiego

Addiego Bill to Create Career Opportunities in Manufacturing Passes Senate

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The Senate has passed legislation sponsored by Senator Dawn Addiego (R-8) to support the growth of jobs in the state’s manufacturing industry.

Sen. Dawn Addiego’s bill to support New Jersey’s manufacturing industry. (SenateNJ.com)

“A step to a successful career begins with a step towards training,” said Addiego (R-Burlington, Camden, Atlantic). “We can create new pathways to employment by helping the state’s manufacturers to provide New Jersey residents with the skills they need to be valuable members of the workforce.”

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Assemblyman Joe Howarth
Assemblyman Ryan Peters

Peters, Howarth Introduce ‘Property Taxpayer Protection Amendment’ to End State Diversion of Property Tax Relief Funds

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Amendment Would Restore $368 Million in Property Tax Relief Aid

Nearly $1 billion dollars in property tax relief has been diverted from municipalities to balance the state’s budget since 2002. New Jersey 8th District Assemblymen Ryan Peters and Joe Howarth introduced a constitutional amendment (ACR-176) to end the practice once and for all.

Assemblymen Ryan Peters and Joe Howarth have introduced a ‘Property Taxpayer Protection Amendment’ to end the diversion of property tax relief funds. (SenateNJ.com)

“We have the highest property taxes in the nation,” said Peters (R-Burlington). “You don’t get stuck in a hole this deep without doing a lot of digging, and for years, state politicians have been taking a backhoe to two of the most important revenue funds that municipalities have.”

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Assemblyman Ryan Peters

Assemblyman Peters to honor New Jersey ‘Black Hawk Down’ heroes with new bill

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Day of remembrance proposal follows school board’s denial to name school after fallen hero

Assemblyman Ryan Peters introduced a bill on Thursday to honor two New Jersey natives that were heroes in the military mission made famous by the critically acclaimed movie Black Hawk Down.

Asm. Ryan Peters (R-Burlington) introduced a bill to honor two New Jersey natives that were heroes in the military mission made famous by the critically acclaimed movie Black Hawk Down. (Flickr)

The bill would designate October 3rd, “Sergeant Dominick Pilla and Corporal Jamie Smith Day,” in the State of New Jersey.

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Assemblyman Joe Howarth
Assemblyman Ryan Peters

Howarth, Peters to Expand Veteran Tax Exemption to Surviving Spouses

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Surviving spouses of veterans would be eligible for the state’s $3,000 Income Tax Exemption for Veterans under a new bill sponsored by 8th Legislative District assemblymen Joe Howarth and Ryan Peters.

The legislators introduced the bill on Monday.

Surviving spouses of veterans would be eligible for the state’s $3,000 Income Tax Exemption for Veterans under a new bill sponsored by 8th Legislative District Asm. Joe Howarth and Asm. Ryan Peters. (Wikimedia Commons)

“Military spouses support our troops in immeasurable ways. They are part of the US Armed Forces family, and if their spouse dies, they’re being kicked out of the family.” said Assemblyman Howarth. “We need to show the widowed men and women of our veterans that they will continue to be supported.”

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Senator Dawn Addiego
Senator Declan O'Scanlon

Addiego/O’Scanlon Launch #DontTaxMyRide to Oppose Murphy’s Ridesharing Tax

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Senators Dawn Addiego (R-Burlington) and Declan O’Scanlon (R-Monmouth) expressed opposition to Governor Murphy’s proposed plan of taxing ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft, and launched a #DontTaxMyRide campaign for others to express their opposition as well.

#DontTaxMyRide

Tell Gov. Murphy #DontTaxMyRide. Join Senators Dawn Addiego and Declan O'Scanlon in opposing new taxes on ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft! Post your own video #DontTaxMyRide goo.gl/FpsbUb

Posted by New Jersey Senate Republicans on Friday, March 16, 2018

“Ridesharing services provide young adults the option of securing a safe ride home as a responsible alternative to getting behind the wheel after drinking,” said Senator Addiego. “By taxing services that provide safe alternatives to drunk driving, we would penalize individuals who choose to make the right decision.”

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Senator Dawn Addiego

Senator Addiego to Co-Host All-Girl Google Coding Event at Rowan College at Burlington County

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Join your local representatives at Rowan College at Burlington County for Google’s “Made with Code” party on Saturday, March 17.

The event is the perfect opportunity for any girl, ages 10-16, who is curious about finding a future in the world of coding. No prior coding experience is needed to attend. Click here to register online for the event.

Rowan College at Burlington County will host a Google “Made with Code” party for girls ages 10-16 on Saturday, March 17. (Rowan College at Burlington County)

The “Made with Code” party is sponsored by the college along with New Jersey State Senator Dawn Marie Addiego and Burlington County Freeholders Kate Gibbs and Linda Hughes. The three local leaders will be on hand for the event, which takes place from 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. at Laurel Hall Room 320 on the Mount Laurel Campus.

Click here for a printable flyer for the event.

“Coding and computer technology are job industries growing as fast as any industry in the country, but these well-paying jobs are too often dominated by men. It’s time for girls to get in the game and become the future of coding,” said Senator Addiego.

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District 8

Addiego, Howarth & Peters Announce Nearly $4.8 Million in Local Transportation Grants

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Towns in New Jersey’s 8th Legislative District will receive nearly $4.8 million in aid from the State Department of Transportation’s Municipal Aid Program.

Addiego, Howarth, and Peters announced nearly $4.8 million in local transportation grants for the 8th Legislative District. (Wikimedia Commons)

The 8th District delegation of Senator Dawn Marie Addiego, Assemblyman Ryan Peters, and Assemblyman Joe Howarth announced the funding on Tuesday, celebrating it as a way to offer property tax relief for residents as well as improving local infrastructure.

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Dawn Marie Addiego

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Joe Howarth

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Ryan Peters

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