Loretta Weinberg

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New Jersey

State Senate (New Jersey 37)

Family: Widowed; 2 Children: Daniel, Francine

Born: 02/06/1935 New York

Home: Teaneck, New Jersey

Religion: Jewish

Education: BA, History/Political Science, University of California, 1956 MA, Public Administration, Fairleigh Dickinson University

Profession: Co-owner/Vice President, Fineline Store Equipment, 1964-1995 Legislative Coordinator, Assemblyman Ben Mazur, 1985-1990 Assistant County Administrator, Bergen County, 1975-1984

Political: Senator, New Jersey State Senate, 2005-present Elected, Special Election, New Jersey State Senate, September 2005 Majority Conference Leader, New Jersey State Assembly, 2002-2005 Assemblymember, New Jersey State General Assembly, 1992-2005 Deputy Minority Leader, New Jersey State Assembly, 1996-2001 Delegate, National Democratic Convention, 1972, 1996, 2000 Vice Chair, Democratic State Committee, 1993-1996 Assistant Minority Leader, New Jersey State Assembly, 1994-1995 Vice Chair, New Jersey State Democratic Party Municipal Chair, Teaneck

Congressional Membership: New Jersey Israel Commission, 1994-present New Jersey Historical Commission, 1992-present Vice-chair, Teaneck Council, 1990-1994 National Women's Political Caucus

Organization Membership: Board Member, Bergen Family Center, present Life Member, National Council of Jewish Women, present Former Board Member, Adler Aphasia Center Board Member, American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), Teaneck Chapter American Association of University Women American Red Cross Former Chair, Community Relations Advisory Board Former Chair, Committee for Responsive Government Emily's List Board Member, Family and Social Services Federation Auxilary Member, Jewish War Veterans Life Member, National Council of Jewish Women National Organization for Women National Organization of Women Legislators New Jersey Network of Women Elected Officials Former Board Member/Founding Member, Shelter Our Sisters Member, Temple Emeth


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