SENATOR PAUL A. SARLO

Office info
  • 496 COLUMBIA BLVD., 1ST FLOOR
    WOOD-RIDGE, NJ 07075

STAFF
  • CHRISTOPHER W. EILERT, CHIEF OF STAFF
  • KELLIE M. REYES, LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL
  • TONI ANN AZZONLINI, LEGISLATIVE AIDE
  • ROBERT DI BENEDETTO, LEGISLATIVE AIDE

36th Legislative District

Mr. Sarlo was sworn to the Senate May 19, 2003, following his selection by members of the district Democratic County Committee to fill an unexpired term. He was elected to a full term that November, and re-elected four times.

Prior to his Senate service, Mr. Sarlo served one term in the Assembly. The senator has been mayor of Wood-Ridge since January, 2000, and served on the borough’s council from 1995 to 2000.

Mr. Sarlo has been prime sponsor of more than 250 laws including those reforming the state’s school funding formula, lowering income taxes, strengthening the fiscal health of the state pension fund, and providing dedicated funding for vital infrastructure projects throughout the state. He also sponsored bills reforming the workers compensation system, criminalizing the illegal trafficking and distribution of prescriptions drugs, requiring schools to adopt bullying prevention policies, and upgrading penalties for identity theft.

Senator Sarlo was born Aug. 31, 1968, in Passaic, and attended Wood-Ridge public schools. He received bachelor and master of science degrees in civil engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology, in 1991 and 1993, respectively.

Mr. Sarlo is a licensed professional engineer and planner, and a certified municipal engineer. He and his wife, Concetta, have two sons, Anthony Joseph, born in 2000, and Michael Paul, born in 2004.

Trenton – Acting to provide more employee and employer protections now that recreational marijuana has been legalized, Senator Paul Sarlo

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Senate President Steve Sweeney, Senate Budget Committee Chair Paul Sarlo, and Senate Education Committee Chair M. Teresa Ruiz pledged to
Senators Paul Sarlo, Steven Oroho, Anthony Bucco, and Troy Singleton announced a bipartisan legislative initiative that will preserve the federal
Senate Budget Committee chair Paul Sarlo discussed his legislation to allow New Jerseyans to receive tax credits for charitable contributions.
Fair funding for K-12 schools. Expansion of Pre-Kindergarten. Addressing the opioid crisis. Higher education affordability. Improving transportation infrastructure. Senate Democrats