About Jack Ciattarelli
Jacke Ciattarelli is an American politician and businessman who is the Republican nominee for the governor of the 2021 New Jersey gubernatorial election. He was also the former member of the New Jersey general assembly and he served there from 2011 to 2018, representing the 16th legislative district.
He was born on the 12th of December 1961, in the town of Somerville in New Jersey. As of 2021, his age is 59 years old. Jack Ciattarelli is a prominent political figure in the landscape of New Jersey, as he has been involved in the New Jersey general assembly. He graduated from Seton Hall University with a B.S degree in accounting and an M.B.A degree in finance.
After this, he has since resided in The Hillsborough Township Department. Ciattarelli is also a coach for his children’s sports and works at the Hillsborough Township Department as a manager. He was unfortunately diagnosed with throat cancer in 2016, but then ultimately had a full recovery and was declared cancer-free in 2017.
Jack Ciattarelli Height
Ciattarelli’s height exact height is known. He appears to be a man of good stature.
His wife and family
His wife is Melinda Castro. She was born in 1995. They have 4 children, and their identities are not known. No other information on his wife is available, not even her exact birth date.
He served on the Raritan Borough Council from 1990 to 1995 and was the council president from 1991 until 1995. He was also elected to the Somerset County board of chosen freeholders from 2007 to November 2011, which is when he designed to become an assemblyman.
Ciattarelli ran for the open general assembly seat in the 16th legislative district in 2011. He and his running mate, Peter J. Biondi, defeated the Democratic candidates, Marie Corfield and Joe Camarota.
However, unfortunately, Biondi died two days after the election and thus, Ciattarelli was selected to fill out the remainder of his term. After stepping down from his freeholder position, he was rightfully sworn in on December 5th, 2011. He was sworn into his full term on January 10th, 2012. Ciattarelli served on the financial institutions and insurance and the regulated professions committees.
He had previously served as an assistant Republican. However, in the 2017 Republican party gubernatorial primary, Ciattarelli came in second place with 31% of the vote, behind eventual nominee Kim Guadagno. Guadagno had 47% of the vote.
Ciattarelli did not support the legalization of gay marriage and then voted against it. However, he did vote to ban conversion therapy for minors. Jack also opposes the current laws regarding the curriculum that is taught in schools regarding LGBT education. He exclaimed rather insensitive claims about the curriculum of LGBTQ education.
He said, “We are not teaching sodomy in sixth grade, and we are going to roll back the LGBTQ curriculum.” This has since enraged many people of the LGBT community and political conservatives who are offended by this claim. Jack was also majorly criticized for using the historic slur “Sodomy” to refer to LGBTQ education and people. This slur is incredibly damaging to the people of the LGBTQ community. He has since lost a large amount of support for his political endeavors.
This is because this did not only enrage the LGBTQ community but also sparked anger within frustrated political conservatives.
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