BOONTON — Jack Ciattarelli, the New Jersey Republican Party’s 2021 nominee for Governor, attended the Town of Boonton Fire Department Labor Day Fair on Sunday, September 5, Ciattarelli was greeted by several municipal and local officials including Boonton Council Members Cy Wekilsky and Joe Bock, County Commissioner Stephen Shaw and District 25 State Assemblywoman Aura Dunn.
At the Fair, Ciattarelli spoke with hundreds of residents, including members of the Boonton Fire Department, the Boonton Police Department, and the Boonton Kiwanis First Aid Squad.
Jack Ciattarelli is a life-long New Jersey resident, born in Somerville and raised in the Borough of Raritan, where his grandparents immigrated in the early 1900s. Jack and his wife, Melinda, have resided in Hillsborough since 1998, where they raised four children, who are now adults.
Jack is a successful entrepreneur and small business owner, having founded two publishing companies, each time working as CEO and as Publisher for Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine medical journals.
Jack served on the Raritan Borough Council (1990-1995), on the Somerset County Freeholder Board (2007-2011), and in the New Jersey Legislature as Assemblyman, representing the 16th Legislative District (2012-2016).
As a State Assemblyman, Jack represented communities throughout Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, and Somerset Counties and served important roles, including sitting on the Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee and on the Regulated Professions Committee. For more information on Jack’s campaign click here.