Difference between revisions of "Matt Ahearn"

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}}'''Matt Ahearn''' was a member of the [[New Jersey General Assembly]] from 2002 to 2004. He was originally elected as a member of the Democratic Party but switched to the Green Party while in office in January 2003.<ref>[http://www.gpnj.org/press%20releases/03_01_26%20Ahearn.htm ''Green Party of New Jersey,'' "GREEN ASSEMBLYMAN MATT AHEARN VOWS FIGHT FOR CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM," January 26, 2003]</ref>
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}}'''Matt Ahearn''' is a former member of the [[New Jersey General Assembly]], representing District 38 from 2002 to 2004. He was originally elected as a member of the Democratic Party but switched to the Green Party while in office in January 2003.<ref>[http://www.gpnj.org/press%20releases/03_01_26%20Ahearn.htm ''Green Party of New Jersey,'' "GREEN ASSEMBLYMAN MATT AHEARN VOWS FIGHT FOR CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM," January 26, 2003]</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 15:32, 4 October 2013

Matt Ahearn
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New Jersey General Assembly District 38
Former member
In office
2002 – 2004
PartyGreen Party
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Matt Ahearn is a former member of the New Jersey General Assembly, representing District 38 from 2002 to 2004. He was originally elected as a member of the Democratic Party but switched to the Green Party while in office in January 2003.[1]

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