HOLMDEL, NJ -  The voting process this year is confusing for most Americans and certainly fraught with potential challenges for all.  

Assemblyman Gerry Scharfenberger discusses the voting process being held this year in New Jersey. From mail-in ballots, to voter fraud and to simply making sure your vote counts, listen to the LegisLEADERS podcast featuring Assemblyman Gerry Scharfenberger. Voting in person is not allowed subject to very few exceptions. Make your voice count. Send in your ballot. Listen to a podcast interview with the Assemblyman below:

Click HERE to hear podcast with local leader, Assemblyman Gerry Scharfenberger. 

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Scharfenberger's resume makes him uniquely qualified to address matters of state:

- 14 year Middletown Township committeeman
- two term deputy mayor
- six term mayor
- one term freeholder
- sworn into the Assembly, January 2020
- BA, MA and Ph. D. Anthropology
- over 25 year career as a professional archaeology, including 24 years teaching Archaeology at Monmouth University
- Published widely and lectured throughout the United States, Canada and England
- other boards and commissions:
Habitat for Humanity
Fort Hancock redevelopment committee
Middletown landmarks commission
Middletown zoning board
Monmouth county historic preservation commission
Middletown municipal drug and alcohol alliance
Middletown municipal drug and alcohol alliance
Middletown open space commission
Middletown economic development committee

- Director Office for Planning Advocacy, Department of State 2010-2018
- Executive director, business action center, department of state 2017 to 2018