Assembly Majority Leader
Lou Greenwald has served in the New Jersey’s State Assembly since 1996. Currently the Majority Leader, he has led the fight to reform New Jersey’s property tax crisis in a way that lowers property tax burdens and provides real relief to families. He has also been a constant champion of legislation to create more and better jobs for middle-class families, to invest in science and technology, and to ensure all New Jerseyans have access to quality, affordable health care. Majority Leader Greenwald was also a sponsor of the New Jersey DREAM Act, enacted in 2013, which ensures all New Jersey students have the opportunity to achieve the dream of higher education and economic advancement. A major highlight of Lou’s career was passing legislation in 2003 to increase competition in New Jersey’s broken auto insurance market.