Campaign 2019: Primary Statement From Robert Quinn

Robert Quinn.

Robert Quinn, 43, father of two, Franklin Township resident, Republican Candidate for Somerset County Freeholder


Work/professional experience:

Bachelor of Science Degree in Management Information Systems from W.Paul Stillman Business School, Seton Hall University, 1998
22 years experience in Information Technology industry focusing on Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity
16 years management experience
20 years experience in Compliance, Process redesign, and cost efficiency utilizing technology
Numerous leadership roles in St Matthias of Somerset Knights of Columbus
Executive Board member of St Matthias School Home School Association
Advisory Board Member for Rutgers Center for Innovation Education
2017 Republican Assembly Candidate for Legislative District 17


Based upon interactions with numerous members of the public I met with recently, the top issue reported by far is Affordability. This can be further broken down into Taxes, Education, Healthcare, and yes even day to day purchasing power. Fiscal restraint is required to ensure taxes do not appreciably grow and debt obligations are met. One example of controlling costs would be to move non-customer facing local positions to County Government and consolidate. Tax collection, for instance, would be an easy immediate win in this instance

As representative of the middle class with a young family, I can best relate to what the public has been experiencing. As Somerset County changes, so too must our representation to stay in pace with public needs and desires. I represent the future for politics in Somerset County. Given my background in both management and cost efficiency experience utilizing technology, I bring unique skills to the Freeholder board as well as the taxpayers.


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