New Jersey's 11th Legislative District

Senator Jennifer Beck

  • Senate Republican Deputy Conference Leader Jennifer Beck speaking at the jobs package press conference at the New Jersey State House in Trenton on April 23, 2015, with Sen. Tom Kean and Sen. Diane Allen. (Full Story)

  • Sen. Jennifer Beck (R-11) was presented the “Patriot Award” by the New Jersey Food Council at the organization’s Good Government Breakfast on October 1, 2014. (Press Release)

  • Sen. Jennifer Beck (R-11) and a bipartisan group of New Jersey’s women legislators held a press conference in front of MetLife Stadium on September 30, 2014 to urge the removal of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in light of the league’s long history of inaction regarding domestic violence during his tenure. (Facebook)

  • Senator Jennifer Beck (left-center) toured the Asbury Park, Long Branch and Red Bank train stations with NJ Transit Executive Director Veronique Hakim (right) on July 22, 2014. (Press Release)

  • Sen. Jennifer Beck joined Gov. Chris Christie, Rep. Chris Smith, Asw. Caroline Casagrande and Neptune Mayor Michael Brantley for a ribbon cutting on July 3, 2014 to reopen the newly rebuilt Ocean Grove boardwalk for the first time since Superstorm Sandy. (NJOIT)

  • Senator Jennifer Beck (R-11) speaking at the ribbon cutting of the newly rebuilt Ocean Grove boardwalk on July 3, 2014. The ceremony opened the boardwalk for the first time since Superstorm Sandy. (Paul Goldfinger/Blogfinger.net)

  • Senator Jennifer Beck (R-11), a member of the Senate Budget & Appropriations Committee, speaking in opposition to the FY ’15 state budget proposal during a session of the New Jersey Senate on June 26, 2014. (Facebook)

  • Sen. Jennifer Beck (R-11) ran in the Recovery Along the River Foundation’s “Run the Hills” 5k through Shark River Hills to benefit residents impacted by Superstorm Sandy. (Facebook)

  • Senator Jennifer Beck (R-11) participated in the “Women in Leadership” speaker series at Trinity Hall on May 28, 2014. Advising the young women on how to lead and succeed, Beck said, “If you say you’re going to do something – do it.” (Trinity Hall)

  • Senator Jennifer Beck (R-11) with News 12’s Luke Margolis during a taping of the March 22, 2014 edition of NJ Power & Politics. They talked about the state budget, Sandy recovery and property tax relief for veterans living in continuing care retirement communities. (Facebook)

Senator Anthony Bucco
Senator Bob Singer
Senator Diane Allen
Senator Jennifer Beck
Senator Joe Pennacchio
Senator Tom Kean

Senate Republican Leadership Team Culminates Rollout of NJ Job Creation & Economic Growth Package

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The Senate Republican leadership team held a State House press conference to culminate their statewide rollout of a 36-bill job creation and economic growth package that will not cost taxpayers extra money.

Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean speaking at the jobs package press conference at the New Jersey State House in Trenton on April 23, 2015, with Sen. Diane Allen. (SenateNJ.com)

“In an age when officials in Trenton like to talk a lot about jobs, Senate Republicans have been actually bringing job-creating and economic growth solutions to stakeholders, employers, entrepreneurs, educators and innovators in all corners of the state and from diverse backgrounds,” said Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean. “We’re excited that many of the cost-neutral jobs solutions we’ve unveiled over the past several months have already garnered bipartisan sponsorship and votes, as well as the support of various representatives of the business and higher education community. We’re now trying to accelerate this momentum to finish the job for New Jersey families and people in the workforce.”

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Senator Diane Allen
Senator Jennifer Beck
Senator Tom Kean

Senate Republican Leadership Team to Culminate Rollout of NJ Job Creation & Economic Growth Package

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The Senate Republican Leadership team will hold a State House press conference on Thursday, April 23 to culminate their statewide rollout of a 36-bill job creation and economic growth package.

Senate Republicans have rolled out segments of the package at events around New Jersey. (©iStock.com/courtneyk)

When: Thursday, April 23, 2015, at 10:30 a.m.

Where: Room 319 (Senate Republican Caucus Room) of the New Jersey State House, 125 West State Street, Trenton, NJ

Who: Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean; Deputy Republican Leader Diane Allen; Conference Leader Robert Singer; Deputy Conference Leader Jennifer Beck

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Senator Jennifer Beck

During Budget Hearing, Beck Tries to Stop NJ Transit’s Proposed Fare Hikes

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During today’s Senate Budget & Appropriations hearing with NJ Transit, Senator Jennifer Beck (R-Monmouth) stated the following to try to stop the agency from increasing its fares again on commuters:

During a Senate Budget Committee hearing with state transportation leaders, Sen. Jennifer Beck discussed the need to prevent further NJ Transit fare increases. (Flickr/Bryan Bruchman)

“In 2010, I opposed the staggering 22-percent fare hike, and frankly it’s unacceptable to hit hard-working commuters with another increase to fund the same level of services.

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Committees Pass Pair of Beck Bills from New Senate Republican Jobs Package

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Two bills in the Senate Republican’s new jobs package were passed today by Senate committees.

The Budget and Appropriations Committee passed Senator Beck’s S-2709 to create the “New Jersey Business Advisory Council” comprised of volunteer business representatives from throughout the state and various economic sectors to offer solutions to help improve New Jersey’s competitiveness and job climate. S-2709 advances to the full Senate for consideration.

A pair of bills sponsored by Sen. Jennifer Beck from the Senate Republicans’ new jobs package have advanced from committee. (©iStock.com/courtneyk)

“The diverse Business Advisory Council will provide unique insights about New Jersey’s business climate and what employers need to locate, grow and expand here,” said Beck (R-Monmouth). “This legislation along with other bills in our new jobs package will provide state leaders with a complete picture and the answers necessary to correct the actual root causes of job loss and, in turn, make New Jersey more attractive to job creators who will hire more people in our top-notch workforce.”

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Beck, Doherty Introduce Legislation Prohibiting Incest

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Senators Jennifer Beck and Michael Doherty announced the introduction of legislation explicitly banning adult incest in New Jersey. The legislation is identical to a bill already introduced in the Assembly by Mary Pat Angelini.

New legislation would explicitly ban adult incest in New Jersey.

Last month news outlets detailed reports that an 18-year-old woman was planning to marry her once-estranged biological father and move to New Jersey as it is one of the only states where there is no legal prohibition against adult incest.

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Senator Joe Kyrillos

Kyrillos and Beck Request Information on State’s Plan for Fort Monmouth as Ebola Quarantine Site

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Senators Joe Kyrillos and Jennifer Beck, along with Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon and Assemblywomen Amy Handlin, Mary Pat Angelini and Caroline Casagrande, today sent a letter to state Department of Human Services Commissioner Jennifer Velez requesting information and further consideration of the state’s reported plan to use Fort Monmouth as a quarantine location for travelers that may have been exposed to the deadly Ebola virus.

Ft. Monmouth garrison shield (Wikipedia)

“There are a lot of questions about how this decision was made and whether it is even necessary, or in the best public interest to use Fort Monmouth as a quarantine site,” said Kyrillos (R-Monmouth). “It’s certainly important for the state to make plans on how to protect residents from this urgent public safety threat. I know New Jersey has thousands of empty hospital beds that would seem to be more suitable for the task.”

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Committee Passes Beck’s Now-Bipartisan Bill to Help Keep & Create NJ Jobs

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Legislation Is 1st Bill Advanced from 4th Phase of Senate Republicans’ New Jobs Bill Package

The Senate Economic Growth Committee passed legislation sponsored by Senator Jennifer Beck (R-Monmouth) to create the “New Jersey Business Advisory Council” to recommend job-creating ideas to the state Economic Development Authority, the legislature and the governor.

Legislation sponsored by Sen. Jennifer Beck to create the New Jersey Business Advisory Council to recommend job-creating ideas was approved by committee. (©iStock.com/courtneyk)

S-2709 is part of the Senate Republicans’ fourth phase of a new six-phase jobs bill package, which will not cost taxpayers extra money and should quickly garner bipartisan support and passage. Senator Beck unveiled today five other bills in the fourth phase: “Improving New Jersey’s Economic Development Policies & Programs.”

“The diverse Business Advisory Council will provide unique insights about New Jersey’s business climate and what employers need to locate, grow and expand here,” Beck said. “This legislation along with other bills in our new jobs package will provide state leaders with a complete picture and the answers necessary to correct the actual root causes of job loss and, in turn, make New Jersey more attractive to job creators who will hire more people in our top-notch workforce. This package also helps spotlight New Jersey’s businesses in the global economy by promoting their products and giving them more opportunities to grow and expand.”

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Beck, Arnone & Bishop Issue Joint Statement on Progress of Shark River Dredging

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2015 Is the Year for Movement on this Critical Project

Senator Jennifer Beck (R-Monmouth), Monmouth County Freeholder Tom Arnone, and Neptune Township Committeeman Randy Bishop offered the following statement on the future of the Shark River dredging project.

A satellite view of the Shark River. (Google Maps)

“2015 will prove to be the year we see movement on the Shark River dredging project” said Beck. “I have been successful in securing a commitment from the State to fund this project, but the lack of a temporary drying site stopped progress. Working with NJDEP and NJDOT over the course of the last year, we believe we have come up with an innovative way to deal with this issue, which will be rolled out this year”.

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Beck Statement on Port Ambrose LNG Public Hearing

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Senator Jennifer Beck (R-Monmouth) released the following statement regarding the public hearing on the Port Ambrose LNG facility held at the Eatontown Sheraton on January 8, 2015:

Sen. Jennifer Beck speaking in opposition to the proposed Port Ambrose LNG facility during a public hearing on January 8, 2015 in Eatontown. (SenateNJ.com)

“The Port Ambrose LNG is a project that could have a devastating impact for our ocean, beaches, and coastal communities. This project has no benefit for the State of New Jersey. Following Superstorm Sandy, our focus has been to promote the recovery efforts of the region, not needlessly inviting additional problems that can delay or impede the recovery process of the area.

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Panel Passes Beck Bill Repealing Affordable Housing Tax on Commercial Development

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The Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee passed legislation sponsored by Senator Jennifer Beck to repeal the “Statewide Non-Residential Development Fee Act” of 2008, which adds another layer to the excessive cost of doing business and creating jobs in New Jersey.

“Unlike past moratoriums, a complete repeal of this Fee Act creates some stability and flexibility for employers to grow here and shows New Jersey will take serious action to attract job creators,” Beck said. “Today marks a key step toward what I hope will be the repeal of this fee. On a bipartisan basis, we must work to make this state competitive again.”

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