SENATOR TROY SINGLETON

Office info
  • 400 NORTH CHURCH ST.
    SUITE 260
    MOORESTOWN, NJ 08057

STAFF
  • JENNIFER CREA AYDJIAN, CHIEF OF STAFF
  • JUL CALABRESE, LEGISLATIVE AIDE
  • COLLIN SMITH, OUTREACH COORDINATOR
  • DAVID SMITH, POLICY COORDINATOR

7th Legislative District

Mr. Singleton was elected to the Senate in November 2017. He previously served in the Assembly, filling a vacancy on Nov. 21, 2011, and winning full terms four times.

The senator was born June 30, 1973, in Philadelphia, Pa. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and finance from Rowan University in 2005. He worked for the Assembly Democratic Office from 2002 to 2007, then the Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters, where he was director of operations before joining the Keystone Mountain Lakes Council of Carpenters. Currently, the Senator is the President of Castle Edge Insurance Agency. The Senator is also a member of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America Local 255.

Senator Singleton has served on the Burlington County Bridge Commission since 2009. He is a member Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. and Shekinah Lodge #32 Prince Hall Affiliate. He is a past member of New Jersey Turnpike Authority, the Boys and Girls Club of Camden County, the VFW Post No. 3020 Auxiliary, the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, the Garden State Arts Foundation, the Burlington County Library Foundation, and a former trustee of Rowan University.

The senator and his wife, Megan, have three children: Jalen, born in 1997; Isabel, 2006; and Thomas James, 2011.

Trenton – The Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee today advanced a bill package sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Vin

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On Tuesday, Senate President Steve Sweeney along with a small bi-partisan team of Senators Paul Sarlo, M. Teresa Ruiz, Steve
Senator Paul Sarlo responded to Governor Phil Murphy’s budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2021. Legislation sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote, the Senate passed two bills this week that would honor
Multiple pieces of legislation sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton, Ronald Rice and Linda Greenstein, which would address concerns about water