State Assembly, District 7
Help elect Carol
As State Assemblywoman, Carol has already begun to make a difference. She has fought for new laws to reduce gun violence, historic school funding reforms, and was named Legislator of the Year by Bayada Home Health Care for spearheading a new law providing parking placards for home healthcare workers. Carol has authored legislation to overhaul flawed state government sexual harassment policies to protect victim’s rights, requiring improved government transparency with video recording of meetings and enhanced communications, shining a light on school district spending by placing all financial transaction online in form of a simple check register, and reducing the speed limit to 25 miles an hour on Route 130 in Burlington City’s school zone after the tragic death on Antwan Timbers.
Carol Murphy has quickly become a leader in the General Assembly as she serves as Vice-Chairwoman of the Judiciary Committee, and a member of both, the State Budget and Financial Institutions committees.