BOONTON — The Morris County young Republicans welcomed Douglas Steinhardt, Republican State Chairman at its January meeting held at Vinnie’s Pizzeria & Ristorante.
The event was sponsored by Freeholder John Cesaro.
Chairman Steinhardt is a partner at Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt and and Cappelli.
He was the first five-term Mayor in Lopatcong and previously served as Chairman of the Warren County Republican Committee. Chairman Steinhardt addressed the crowd about the State of the New Jersey Republican Party going into 2018.
Doug served on President Donald J. Trump’s Presidential campaign National Finance Committee. After being named to NJ’s Electoral College delegation for President Trump, Doug served as counsel for Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. in the post-2016, general election, provisional ballot counts in Orange County, FL. Since the November 2016 general election, Doug has been a frequent visitor to the White House and Washington D.C. on various matters of client, political and legal interest.
Doug received a BA in History from Gettysburg College, where he was also a four-year member of the Gettysburg NCAA Division III football team. At Widener University Law School, Doug was a member and, later, associate editor of the Law Review.
Doug and his wife Trudy were married in Belvidere in 1996 and live in Lopatcong Township with their two children.
John Cesaro joined the freeholder board in June 2012 when he filled an unexpired term that ended December 31, 2012. He served as deputy director of the freeholder board in 2015 and 2017.
He is a former Parsippany-Troy Hills councilman who served on that governing body from January 2006 until mid-June 2012. While he was on the township council he held the position of council president from 2008 – 2009.
The Morris County Young Republicans February meeting will feature guest speaker Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce on Thursday, February 15 starting at 7:00 p.m. at Thatcher McGhee’s, 53 Broadway, Denville. The event is sponsored by Rob Zwigard, Executive Director of the Morris Victory PAC.
Both Assemblywoman DeCroce and Mr. Zwigard will address the guests but in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, instead of our traditional question and answer format each person will have the opportunity to ask their question one-on-one in a speed dating format to each speaker. As always this event is free and open to the public of all ages.
The Morris County Young Republicans are determined to grow the membership and build strong Republican networks in all of the 39 municipalities in Morris County. They encourage you and anyone you know to join the club by donating yearly dues of just $35.00.
You may bring a check made payable to “Morris County Young Republicans” to the February meeting, or mail a check to the office at 26 Schuyler Place, Morristown, NJ 07960.
You can also pay online by credit card by visiting the “Contribute” page on our website, by clicking here. Membership dues allow the club to grow and run events that benefit Republicans at all levels.
For club voting rights, members must be registered Republicans between ages 18-40 and live in Morris County but we welcome any of our friends outside of those requirements to join as Associate Members and to attend all of our events.