|Address||Lopatcong, New Jersey |
, New Jersey , United States
Feb 22, 2020 10:37am
|Info||Doug Steinhardt is in his second term as Chairman of the New Jersey Republican State Committee. He was born and raised in New Jersey, where he began his political career as the first, five-term Mayor in Lopatcong Township history, serving from January 2000 to December 2014. Since January 2004, he has also served as Chairman of the Warren County Republican Committee. Doug and his wife Trudy still live in Lopatcong with their two children. |
Doug is a practicing attorney, working as a member and named partner at Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Cappelli. He is a highly successful and experienced litigator, who handles a variety of matters including commercial transactions, family law, government and legislative affairs, labor and employment, and municipal criminal law.
He also has a strong commitment to non-profit and charitable causes. He is the Chairman of the Warren County Heroin and Opioid Addiction Awareness Task Force, a member of the Legislative Committee of the New Jersey League of Municipalities, where he still serves as an associate general counsel, a member of the Executive Board of Directors of Law Enforcement Against Drugs (L.E.A.D.), a certified, Red Cross volunteer, on the campaign committee for Abilities of Northwest Jersey, and an Eagle Scout.
Doug received a BA in History from Gettysburg College, where he was also a four-year member of their NCAA Division III football team. At Widener University Law School, Doug was a member and, later, associate editor of the Law Review.
Doug brings a background of success to the New Jersey Republican State Committee. In addition to being an influential attorney at one of New Jersey’s most prominent law firms, he has maintained one of the most Republican counties in the entire state. With a Democrat in the Governor’s office for the first time in many years, the Republican Party is facing serious challenges ahead. Chairman Steinhardt is ready to rebuild and rebrand the organization to help move the party forward.