Assemblyman Joseph Malone Class of 1967

Joseph R. Malone (born October 1, 1949) is an AmericanRepublican Party politician who has served in the New Jersey General Assembly since 1993, where he represents the 30th legislative district. Malone has been the Assembly's Budget Officer since 2004 and was the Assistant Majority Whip from 2000-2001. Malone was selected by the Republican district committee to fill the remainder of Robert Singer's unexpired 1992-93 term after Singer resigned his Assembly seat to fill a State Senate vacancy created when John E. Dimon did not run for re-election.


Malone serves in the Assembly on the Budget Committee, Education Committee, Higher Education Committee, Joint Budget Oversight Committee and the Joint Legislative Committee on Government Consolidation and Shared Services.[2]


Malone has served on the Bordentown Sewerage Authority since 1986. He was the Bordentown CityDirector of Public Works from 1973-1997. Malone served as Deputy Mayor of Bordentown from 1993-1997 and was its Mayor from 1973-1993. Malone has served as the director of post-secondary and adult education and apprentice coordinator at Somerset County Technical Institute in Bridgewater.