District 16

Branchburg, Delaware, Flemington, Hillsborough, Manville, Millstone (Somerset), Montgomery, Princeton, Raritan (Hunterdon), Readington, Rocky Hill, Somerville, South Brunswick, Stockton ​

Assemblyman

Roy Freiman

District 16

Assemblyman Roy Freiman has lived and raised his family in Hillsborough for more than 20 years. Along with his wife Victoria, a second-grade teacher, and their two children, now grown, Roy has seen our community grow and change. It’s this dedication to our neighborhoods and families that led Roy to successfully run for General Assembly in 2017.

Professionally, Roy served as Vice President of Strategy and Analytics at Prudential Financial.  In that position, he led a team that managed data analytics, developed strategic plans, and created innovative solutions to generate new business. Roy also led mentoring projects with Prudential international teams. As an Assemblyman, he uses his business and analytics expertise to cut through partisan ideology and focus on collaborative measures that benefit us all.

Assemblyman Freiman serves as Vice Chair of the Assembly State and Local Government Committee, member of the Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee, and as a member of the Transportation Committee. 
 

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Candidate for Assembly

Sadaf Jaffer

District 16

Former Mayor Jaffer is motivated in her work as a public servant, activist, and educator with one overarching goal - to bring people from all walks of life, especially those who are under-represented, with her on the path to civic engagement. She is now running for Assembly to represent the voices of LD 16 residents, and as a former local mayor she is no stranger to working hand-in-hand with her constituents to meet their needs.

Sadaf was the first South Asian American woman to serve as mayor in New Jersey and the first Muslim woman mayor in the country and will be the first Asian American woman and Muslim American in the NJ General Assembly. She boldly led Montgomery during the COVID-19 pandemic, enacting a robust science-based response and communications plan to keep residents informed and safe. Sadaf and her husband Dan teach at Princeton and live in Montgomery with their young daughter.
 

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