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Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders

The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders is a board of five people who govern Burlington County, New Jersey. The board is headed by two people the Director and the Deputy Director. They are chosen by the board. The current Director is Freeholder Tom Pullion and the Deputy Director is Freeholder Balvir Singh. [1]

Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders
Leadership
Director
Tom Pullion (D)
Deputy Director
Balvir Singh (D)
Structure
Seats5
Length of term
3 years
Website
Burlington County Freeholders

ResponsibilitiesEdit

As a local government the board is mostly responsible for governing the county and setting a budget.

Party affiliationEdit

Affiliation Members
  Democratic Party 4 [2]
  Republican Party 1
Total 5

SessionsEdit

2019Edit

During the 2018 elections, candidate George Youngkin faced allegations of domestic abuse and dropped out of the race; however, he was still on the ballot, and was subsequently elected to the Board. He resigned from the Board on January 2, 2019, one day after becoming a Freeholder. [3] He was replaced with Daniel J. O'Connell.

Previous SessionsEdit

Year Seat 1 Seat 2 Seat 3 Seat 4 Seat 5
2008

Aubrey Fenton (R)

Dawn Marie Addiego (R)

Bill Haines Jr. (R)

James Wujcik (R)

Joseph Donnelly (R)

2008

Stacey Jordan (R)

2009

Chris Brown (D)

Mary Anne I. Reinhart (D)

2010

Bruce Garganio (R)

Mary Ann O’Brien (R)

2010

Chris Brown (R)

2011
2012 [4]

Leah Arter (R)

Joe Howarth (R)

2013

Aimee Belgard (D)

Joanne Schwartz (D)

2014
2014

Bruce Garganio (R)

2015

Mary Ann O'Brien (R)

2016

Kate Gibbs (R)

Ryan Peters (R)

2016

Latham Tiver (R)

2017

Linda Hughes (R)

2018

Tom Pullion (D)

Balvir Singh (D)

Linda Hughes (R)

2019

Felicia Hopson (D)

George Youngkin (D)

2019

Daniel O'Connell (D)

2020 Linda A. Hynes (D)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Board of Chosen Freeholders". Burlington County. Retrieved July 13, 2019.
  2. ^ "Burlington County Freeholders". Our Campaigns. Retrieved July 13, 2019.
  3. ^ "He just won an election but he's only going to take the job for one day". NJ.com. Retrieved July 13, 2019.
  4. ^ "Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders". Wayback Machine. Retrieved July 13, 2019.