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Former Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean, Jr. (Photo: Kean for Congress).

Statements of Tom Kean Jr. retirement from NJ Senate

By David Wildstein, February 01 2021 1:21 pm

GOVERNOR PHIL MURPHY

“When he leaves office next January, Tom Kean, Jr. will have represented his North and Central Jersey constituents for 20 years in both the State Senate and Assembly. He has ably carried on the legacy of service that runs deep in his family. We wish Tom all the best as he transitions out of the State House and to a new chapter.”

REPUBLICAN STATE CHAIRMAN MICHAEL LAVERY

“New Jersey has no finer public servant than Tom Kean Jr, who has fought relentlessly for good government, bipartisan agreement, and policies that benefit every day New Jerseyans throughout his distinguished career. We wish him the best in whatever comes next, and thank him for his service to our state.”

ASSEMBLYMAN GERALD SCHARFENBERGER

“Tom Kean, Jr. has been a tireless champion for his constituents and a respected leader among his peers.  New Jersey is far better off because of his work and I join so many in thanking him for that.  His leadership, effectiveness and decency will live on far after his tenure in Trenton concludes.  Should the call to public service come again, I think I join countless New Jerseyans in hoping Senator Kean will be there to answer.”

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