Monday, April 20, 2015

Hoboken Assembly candidate Annette Chapparao: 'Let's discuss NJ issues'

Dear Editor and Residents of the 33rd District:

I’m Annette Chaparro and I want to represent you in Trenton as your next Democratic Assemblywoman from the 33rd District. I will provide a strong voice for Hudson County and work with our local government officials to ensure a partnership that benefits all residents. 

I was born in Hoboken, raised in the Hoboken Housing Authority, and attended Hoboken High School. I am the proud mother of three young men, engaged to Ken Ferrante, and currently work in the Hoboken City Clerk’s Office.  Previously, I served as the Division Head for the Hoboken Taxi and Livery Department.  I have also held the position of Secretary to the Hoboken Planning and Zoning Boards, and was a member of the Hoboken Rent Control Board.  I have been apart of local, state, and federal elections, and I am now excited to have the opportunity to make a contribution to our community as an Assemblywoman.

As a lifelong resident of Hoboken, I understand the needs of the 33rd District.

Over the coming weeks, I look forward to discussing the statewide issues that impact the district, as I will work hard to run a positive, issue-focused campaign.

I am truly honored to have the support of Senator Brian P. Stack, Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer, and State Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, along with many other representatives I have had the chance to meet and talk with over the past few weeks. I am also truly privileged to run alongside Assemblyman Raj Mukherji.
Please feel free to e-mail me at I am excited to get to know even more residents over the coming weeks leading up to the primary Election Day on June 2.


Annette Chaparro 
Democratic Candidate for Assembly

33rd District