Pete Cammarano


Pete Cammarano served as Chief of Staff to Governor Richard Codey when he assumed that role in 2004. In his capacity as Chief of Staff, he was responsible for overseeing all legislative and executive branch activities in New Jersey. Prior to serving as Chief of Staff, Mr. Cammarano spent ten years working in the New Jersey State Senate as Senator Codey’s Chief of Staff. He previously served as the Director of Public Affairs for the Department of Insurance during the tenure of Governor Florio, and as Deputy Director for United States Senator Frank Lautenberg’s 1994 re-election campaign.

Mr. Cammarano’s experience in key government positions provides him with a unique knowledge of the inner workings of state government. He maintains close working relations with the key players throughout state government, and is known for his keen sense of the New Jersey political environment.

Mr. Cammarano is a former member of the New Jersey Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, and he served seven years a member of the Metuchen Borough Council. He is also an Editorial Board Member of MDAdvisor Magazine.

Mr. Cammarano received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Rutgers University.

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Pete Cammarano


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