Residing in Livingston, Lee Holtzman has built a career on providing property tax relief to families and small businesses. As a property tax attorney for over a decade, his years of experience and dedication to solving New Jersey’s affordability crisis make him uniquely qualified to lead the fight to lower property taxes.
Lee graduated with honors from Montclair State University and later continued his education at Syracuse University College of Law, where he received his Juris Doctor degree. After graduating from law school, Lee clerked for the Honorable Roger M. Kahn, Tax Court of New Jersey, from September 2001 to August 2002. Since his clerkship, Lee has specialized in property tax law and has been named a New Jersey Rising Star in the New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine every year since 2008.
Lee is an active member of Temple Beth Shalom in Livingston. He and his wife, Shari, are the proud parents of two daughters, Cori and Marissa.
A long-time resident of East Hanover, Angelo Tedesco has over 22 years of experience serving his community as a Councilman, firefighter, and local union leader. As an East Hanover Councilman, Angelo fought to cut the size of local government and stabilize property taxes. Making tough decisions and shared sacrifices have been cornerstones of his career, and he looks forward to working with both parties to solve the tax and job crises in New Jersey.
Angelo’s passion for helping others began at an early age when he served as a volunteer firefighter. Today, he is a professional firefighter by trade and has served for eight years as the Union President for the FMBA Local 28 Firefighters. Angelo helps shape young minds on and off the field as a coach of various local sports teams in East Hanover. Angelo and his wife, Wendy, are proudly raising their two sons, Angelo and John.
Laura Ali (Nonnenmacher) is a life-long Morris County resident. She graduated from Morris Catholic High School and the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems and a minor in Marketing. Laura began her career as one of nine people selected nationwide to participate in a unique technical sales training program for Xerox Corporation. She built a successful career in sales and marketing, and in 2006, opened her own small business. Her company helps business owners realize their dreams through creative sales and marketing strategies that produce dramatic results.
As a member of the Chatham Township Committee, she focused her efforts on revitalizing and promoting the community’s business district. Her efforts helped attract small businesses to Chatham Township and develop good-paying jobs. Laura continuously fights for a first-rate education for her community’s children as PTO leader and member of the Chatham Education Foundation Advisory Board. Laura and her husband, John Nonnenmacher, an attorney and Chatham Board of Education member, are proudly raising three sons, Jack, Matthew, and Tommy who all attend Chatham public schools.
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