Assemblyman Vince Mazzeo
Vince Mazzeo was elected to the General Assembly in 2013 and won reelection in 2015. Vince is the Vice Chair of the Assembly Tourism, Gaming and the Arts Committee, and on the Regulated Professions Committee. As our Assemblyman, Vince has worked for us on issues including the heroin epidemic, veterans, and stabilizing taxes in Atlantic County.
Owner of B.F. Mazzeo, a small family owned business that has been in the community for 54 years and Northfield Mayor, Vince Mazzeo has been a leader in the business community for nearly three decades and as mayor is working hard to protect local property taxpayers. First elected to the city council in 2003, Vince was elected mayor in 2007. During his two terms as mayor, he has been an advocate for smaller, smarter government, pursuing shared service opportunities with neighboring communities that are saving taxpayer dollars and ensuring a more efficient delivery of vital services. He has also been a driving force to preserve open space, securing the funding to build what will soon become Northfield Veterans Park. As a small business leader, Vince has been a part of his family’s fruit and produce business for nearly 30 years, and is a former member and past president of the Pleasantville Kiwanis Club. A graduate of Glassboro State College (currently Rowan University), Vince and his wife, Gerri, have been married for 24 years. They have two children, Amanda and Ted.