Joseph R. Malone (R-Bordentown)

Assemblyman Joseph R. Malone, a life long resident of Bordentown, has been a member of the General Assembly since 1993. He was sworn into the Assembly on Oct. 14, 1993 to complete the unexpired term of Robert Singer who resigned to take a seat in the Senate. Malone was elected to a full term in 1993 and has been reelected eight times.

Malone is currently the Republican Budget Officer, serving on the Assembly Budget and the Joint Budget Oversight committees. He is also a member of the Assembly Education Committee and the Joint Committee on the Public Schools.

Malone sponsored the law that created the graduated driver licensing system for new drivers. He also sponsored the school construction and financing act of 2000. He has had numerous pieces of legislation signed into law covering all aspects of state and local government with special focus on seniors, children and finance issues.

Malone graduated from Trenton State College in 1971 with a degree in industrial education. He attained a master’s degree in 1973.

Malone served as mayor or deputy mayor of Bordentown City from 1973 to 1993. He retired in 2006 from his position as director of the Somerset County Technology Institute in Bridgewater and has since dedicated his full-time efforts to being a legislator.

Malone and his wife, the former Valerie Petranto, have two sons, Joseph, born in 1981, and Michael, born in 1985.





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Legislative Staff:


Chief of Staff: Veronica Schubert

Scheduler: Marcy Hindley


District Office:


311 Farnsworth Avenue
Bordentown, NJ 08505


Phone: (609) 298-6250



Joseph R. Malone (R-Bordentown)