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Nicholas Asselta

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Nicholas Asselta
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New Jersey Public Utilities Board Commissioner
Former officeholder
In office
Base salary$141,000
Elections and appointments
AppointedJanuary 2008
Appointed byGov. Jon Corzine
Term limitsN/A
Prior offices
New Jersey Senate
2003 - 2008
New Jersey General Assembly
1995 - 2003
High schoolVineland High School
Associate'sCumberland County College (1973)
Date of birthAugust 17, 1951
Place of birthVineland, New Jersey
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Nicholas Asselta is a former member of the New Jersey Public Utilities Board. He served from 2008 to 2012.[1]
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Following his graduation from college, Asselta worked for 23 years as Marketing and Production Manager for Times Graphic, Inc. He was a head basketball coach at Atlantic County Community College from 1978 to 1981 and then coached at Vineland High School.

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In 1993, Asselta was elected to the Vineland Board of Education and in January 1995 he joined the New Jersey General Assembly. He served in that chamber until he won election to the New Jersey State Senate in 2003.[1]


  • Vineland High School
  • AA, Education, Cumberland County College, 1973
  • Attended, Frederick Military Academy
  • Attended, Glassboro State Management Institute

Political career

New Jersey Public Utilities Board (2008-2012)

Asselta was a member of the New Jersey Public Utilities Board from 2008 to 2012.

New Jersey State Senate (2004-2007)

New Jersey General Assembly (1995-2003)



Asselta was nominated for a six-year term on the New Jersey Public Utilities Board by Gov. Jon Corzine in January 2008.[2]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Connie Hughes
New Jersey Public Utilities Board
Succeeded by
Dianne Solomon