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Villare is a candidate for District 3 of the [[New Jersey General Assembly]]. Villare and [[Domenick DiCicco]] ran unopposed in the Republican Primary on June 7.  Incumbents [[John Burzichelli]] and [[Celeste Riley]] ran unopposed in the Democratic primary. <ref>[http://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/election-results/official-2011-primary-candidates-gen-assembly-050411.pdf ''New Jersey Department of State,'' 2011 Official General Assembly Primary Candidate List]</ref>
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Villare was a candidate for District 3 of the [[New Jersey General Assembly]]. He was defeated in the November 8 general election.  Villare and [[Domenick DiCicco]] ran unopposed in the Republican Primary on June 7.  Incumbents [[John Burzichelli]] and [[Celeste Riley]] ran unopposed in the Democratic primary. <ref>[http://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/election-results/official-2011-primary-candidates-gen-assembly-050411.pdf ''New Jersey Department of State,'' 2011 Official General Assembly Primary Candidate List]</ref>
  
 
====Redistricting====
 
====Redistricting====
''NJ Spotlight'' has identified the 3rd District as a potential place for the GOP to pickup a seat in the Assembly.  With  [[Redistricting in New Jersey|redistricting]] moving DiCicco to the 3rd district, he has the advantage of running with incumbent status.  Additionally, his running mate Villare came within 1,300 votes of defeating Celeste Riley in 2009. <ref>[http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/11/0412/0219/ ''NJ Spotlight,'' "Election 2011: Where the Republicans Can Pick Up Assembly Seats," April 12, 2011]</ref>
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''NJ Spotlight'' has identified the 3rd District as a potential place for the GOP to pickup a seat in the Assembly.  With  [[Redistricting in New Jersey|redistricting]] moving DiCicco to the 3rd district, he has the advantage of running with incumbent status.  Additionally, hran mate Villare came within 1,300 votes of defeating Celeste Riley in 2009. <ref>[http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/11/0412/0219/ ''NJ Spotlight,'' "Election 2011: Where the Republicans Can Pick Up Assembly Seats," April 12, 2011]</ref>
  
 
===2009===
 
===2009===
Villare was bracketed with [[Lee Lucas]] and lost to incumbents [[John Burzichelli]] and [[Celeste Riley]].<ref>[http://elections.nj.com/dynamic/files/elections/2009/by_state/NJ_State_Assembly_1103.html?SITE=NJNEWELN&SECTION=POLITICS ''Star Ledger'' 2009 Election Results, November 4, 2009]</ref>  
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Villare was bracketed with [[Lee Lucas]] and lost to incumbents [[John Burzichelli]] and [[Celeste Riley]].<ref>[http://elections.nj.com/dynamic/files/elections/2009/by_state/NJ_State_Assembly_1103.html?SITE=NJNEWELN&SECTION=POLITICS ''Star Ledger'' 2009 Election Results, November 4, 2009]</ref>
  
 
==Campaign donors==
 
==Campaign donors==

Revision as of 03:23, 9 November 2011

Bob Villare
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Candidate for
New Jersey General Assembly District 3
PartyRepublican
Education
Master'sJohns Hopkins and Rutgers University
Personal
ProfessionMedical Doctor
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Bob Villare is a 2011 Republican candidate for District 3 of the New Jersey General Assembly.

Villare's professional experience includes working as chairman of the HealthCare Quality Improvement Committee, Patient Safety Committee, and Surgery Quality Assurance Committee for the Salem County Hospital. He has also worked as a clinical instructor for Jefferson Medical College.

Villare earned his MA in public policy from Rutgers University and his MA in healthcare policy from Johns Hopkins.

Elections

2011

See also: New Jersey General Assembly elections, 2011
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Villare was a candidate for District 3 of the New Jersey General Assembly. He was defeated in the November 8 general election. Villare and Domenick DiCicco ran unopposed in the Republican Primary on June 7. Incumbents John Burzichelli and Celeste Riley ran unopposed in the Democratic primary. [1]

Redistricting

NJ Spotlight has identified the 3rd District as a potential place for the GOP to pickup a seat in the Assembly. With redistricting moving DiCicco to the 3rd district, he has the advantage of running with incumbent status. Additionally, hran mate Villare came within 1,300 votes of defeating Celeste Riley in 2009. [2]

2009

Villare was bracketed with Lee Lucas and lost to incumbents John Burzichelli and Celeste Riley.[3]

Campaign donors

2011

District 3 ranks fourth in fundraising

As of October 25, candidates for District 3 have raised $2,331,779 --according to the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission. This makes District 3 number four in fundraising for the 2011 election season. Candidates for the district have spent $1,753,254 of their campaign funds.[4]

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