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John J. Murphy (born 1959) is an American Republican Party politician from New Jersey.He served five three year terms on the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders. He served two terms as Freeholder Director and was the board's liaison to the Department of Administration and Finance and the Department of Economic Development.

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  • John J. Murphy (born 1959) is an American Republican Party politician from New Jersey.He served five three year terms on the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders. He served two terms as Freeholder Director and was the board's liaison to the Department of Administration and Finance and the Department of Economic Development.
  • John J. Murphy (born 1959) is an American Republican Party politician from New Jersey.He served five three year terms on the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders from 1998 to 2012. He served two terms as Freeholder Director and over his tenure was the board's liaison to the Department of Administration and Finance, Department of Economic Development, Department of Law and Public Safety, and Department of Human Services.
  • John J. Murphy (born 1959) is an American Republican Party politician from New Jersey.Currently, he serves as a commissioner on the New Jersey Board of Elections. The staff of the Board of Elections oversees elections and hires/trains poll workers.
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  • John J. Murphy (born 1959) is an American Republican Party politician from New Jersey.He served five three year terms on the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders. He served two terms as Freeholder Director and was the board's liaison to the Department of Administration and Finance and the Department of Economic Development. He is a former liaison to the Department of Law and Public Safety.Murphy is currently a partner with the Morristown Financial Group, a financial planning and investment firm. He joined the Morris Township Volunteer Fire Department where he still serves as an active firefighter. He served as the department's volunteer chief in 1990 and 1991. In 2015, Murphy and two other Morris Township firefighters were awarded the department's Medal of Honor for saving a child from a burning building.He served two terms on the Morris Township Committee, from 1994 to 1998, and was Mayor of Morris Township in both 1996 and 1997.In January 2005, Murphy announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for the 2005 race for Governor of New Jersey, with plans to advocate for an elected attorney general and an auditor general who would also be elected. Murphy finished third in balloting for the Republican nomination, with 14% of the vote, behind Doug Forrester who won the Republican nomination with a plurality of 36%, and Bret Schundler, who received 31%. Murphy won Morris County and was competitive in other counties.He and his wife Jennifer have four children.
  • John J. Murphy (born 1959) is an American Republican Party politician from New Jersey.He served five three year terms on the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders from 1998 to 2012. He served two terms as Freeholder Director and over his tenure was the board's liaison to the Department of Administration and Finance, Department of Economic Development, Department of Law and Public Safety, and Department of Human Services. Previous to his service to the County, he had served five years on the Morris Township Committee, from 1994 to 1998, and was Mayor of Morris Township in both 1996 and 1997.In January 2005, Murphy announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for the 2005 race for Governor of New Jersey, with plans to advocate for an elected attorney general and an auditor general who would also be elected. Murphy finished third in balloting for the Republican nomination, with 14% of the vote, behind Doug Forrester who won the Republican nomination with a plurality of 36%, and Bret Schundler, who received 31%. Murphy won Morris County and was competitive in other counties.He has been the recipient of numerous leadership awards including the first annual Alex DeCroce Leadership Award He joined the Morris Township Volunteer Fire Department where he still serves as an active firefighter. He served as the department's volunteer chief in 1990 and 1991. In 2015, Murphy and two other Morris Township firefighters were awarded the department's Medal of Honor for rescuing a woman from a burning building.Murphy is currently a partner with the Private Advisor Group, a financial planning and investment firm.He and his wife Jennifer have four children.
  • John J. Murphy (born 1959) is an American Republican Party politician from New Jersey.He served five three year terms on the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders from 1998 to 2012. He served two terms as Freeholder Director and over his tenure was the board's liaison to the Department of Administration and Finance, Department of Economic Development, Department of Law and Public Safety, and Department of Human Services. Previous to his service to the County, he had served five years on the Morris Township Committee, from 1994 to 1998, and was Mayor of Morris Township in both 1996 and 1997. Murphy is currently a partner with the Morristown Financial Group, a financial planning and investment firm. He joined the Morris Township Volunteer Fire Department where he still serves as an active firefighter. He served as the department's volunteer chief in 1990 and 1991. In 2015, Murphy and two other Morris Township firefighters were awarded the department's Medal of Honor for saving a child from a burning building.He served two terms on the Morris Township Committee, from 1994 to 1998, and was Mayor of Morris Township in both 1996 and 1997.In January 2005, Murphy announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for the 2005 race for Governor of New Jersey, with plans to advocate for an elected attorney general and an auditor general who would also be elected. Murphy finished third in balloting for the Republican nomination, with 14% of the vote, behind Doug Forrester who won the Republican nomination with a plurality of 36%, and Bret Schundler, who received 31%. Murphy won Morris County and was competitive in other counties.He and his wife Jennifer have four children.
  • John J. Murphy (born 1959) is an American Republican Party politician from New Jersey.Currently, he serves as a commissioner on the New Jersey Board of Elections. The staff of the Board of Elections oversees elections and hires/trains poll workers.
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