About

JOE SIGNORELLO III

Born and raised in Roselle Park, Joe has been the Mayor of his hometown since 2018. In his pledge to Rebuild Roselle Park, Joe has reined in wasteful spending, overhauled local infrastructure, and injected life into his hometown. Joe has Roselle Park on the right track by getting the basics right, investing in infrastructure, being fiscally responsible, and supporting his local schools – he’s running to get us back to those fundamentals in New Jersey.

A graduate of Union County Magnet High School, Joe then went on to complete his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Seton Hall University. In his professional career, Joe works in venture capital to help seed and grow early stage start-ups.

Endorsements

Priorities

NJ’s talent is being outsourced - ranked first in education but last in college graduate retention, our graduates are leaving NJ for other states with 21st century jobs. It is time we take back NJ’s economy and invest in next generation jobs on the cutting edge of healthcare, science, and technology. We must help our small businesses grow and cut taxes to make NJ business friendly.

One seat ride to NYC, anything less is unacceptable. The future is green - we need to invest in charging stations, electric cars, and clean buses. Plus, our schools are crumbling - Trenton needs to invest in our schools to ensure our children receive the education they deserve.

Throughout this pandemic, we have learned just how important childcare is to ensure our working parents can get the job done, whether at home or in the office. To remain competitive, we must expand access to safe and affordable childcare and eldercare. The true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members, and I call for enhanced treatment of our children and elders. 

 

For our youngest, we must support early access to computer sciences and revamp our curriculum. To incorporate a greater emphasis on STEM. 

 

For our seniors, it is imperative to make sure there is access to affordable elder care. People need care at all ages and our state's seniors are paying too much for too little.  Expanding elder services is critical to keeping seniors in our state.

 

  • Economy
  • Infrastructure
  • Childcare & Eldercare
Growing Economy

 

NJ’s talent is being outsourced - ranked first in education but last in college graduate retention, our graduates are leaving NJ for other states with 21st century jobs. It is time we take back NJ’s economy and invest in next generation jobs on the cutting edge of healthcare, science, and technology. We must help our small businesses grow and cut taxes to make NJ business friendly.

Modernizing Infrastructure

 

One seat ride to NYC, anything less is unacceptable. The future is green - we need to invest in charging stations, electric cars, and clean buses. Plus, our schools are crumbling - Trenton needs to invest in our schools to ensure our children receive the education they deserve.

Childcare & Eldercare

 

Throughout this pandemic, we have learned just how important childcare is to ensure our working parents can get the job done, whether at home or in the office. To remain competitive, we must expand access to safe and affordable childcare and eldercare. The true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members, and I call for enhanced treatment of our children and elders.

For our youngest, we must support early access to computer sciences and revamp our curriculum. To incorporate a greater emphasis on STEM.

For our seniors, it is imperative to make sure there is access to affordable elder care. People need care at all ages and our state's seniors are paying too much for too little. Expanding elder services is critical to keeping seniors in our state.

District 21

Our district is comprised of 16 municipalities across Morris, Somerset and Union Counties. Nestled among the Watchung Mountains, we have the convenience of a short commute to Manhattan while there is an abundance of parks, lakes, and hiking trails for recreation.

Home to the best school districts in the State, our communities are committed to the next generation of New Jerseyans. And many of our communities have local business districts home to small businesses that employ thousands of workers.