Paid for by Mark Caliguire for Assembly, Mark Conforti, Treasurer

Caliguire & Madrid
77 E Main St
Somerville, NJ 08876-2314

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Caliguire served on the Montgomery Township Committee from 2003 to 2011, and as Mayor from 2009 to 2011. He served as a Somerset County Freeholder from 2011 to 2018, and as Freeholder Director in 2015.


While in the minority on the Montgomery Township Committee he was the dissenting vote on double digit Democrat tax increases. During his time as Mayor, he led the charge to reduce spending and slash millions of dollars of debt. He also preserved hundreds of acres of open space during his time as an elected official in Montgomery, including protecting Skillman Park from development and high density COAH housing .


He has been a leader in implementing shared and regionalized services, thereby saving taxpayer dollars, at both the local and county level. As mayor he implemented a shared municipal court with Hillsborough , and as a Freeholder, he spearheaded the negotiations with the Hunterdon County Freeholder Board to consolidate county jail services, thereby saving millions of dollars for both Somerset and Hunterdon taxpayers.


As a Freeholder, Caliguire helped implement fiscal policies that cut spending, kept unemployment and poverty rates down, and achieved a rare Triple “A” credit rating for Somerset County. Somerset is one of only a handful of counties in the nation to earn that distinction. In his last year on the Freeholder Board, 2018, as budget chairman he actually produced a budget that cut county taxes for residents.


In that same year he also originated and spearheaded a five year electric car and charging station program for the county that made Somerset the first in New Jersey to do so, and without any increase the county budget or cost to taxpayers.


Caliguire graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Cornell University and earned his law degree from Georgetown. He is a partner in the law firm Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt and Cappelli. He and his wife have three grown children.

Christine Madrid is a wife, mother of two young children, and involved citizen who’s emerged as a proven and effective leader.

She has worked hard for the people of New Jersey as a director at the Department of Labor, and had the honor to serve as a voice for common-sense, fiscally conservative principles on the Montgomery Township Committee - including two stints as Mayor (2015 and 2018).

Christine is running now to serve the people of the 16th District in Trenton - where we desperately need more leaders in the Assembly who will speak up for our values and focus on results for the people over partisan politics.

Christine Madrid has a long track record of fighting for fiscal discipline, safe neighborhoods, and the preservation of our rural character.

Caliguire served on the Montgomery Township Committee from 2003 to 2011, and as Mayor from 2009 to 2011. He served as a Somerset County Freeholder from 2011 to 2018, and as Freeholder Director in 2015.


While in the minority on the Montgomery Township Committee he was the dissenting vote on double digit Democrat tax increases. During his time as Mayor, he led the charge to reduce spending and slash millions of dollars of debt. He also preserved hundreds of acres of open space during his time as an elected official in Montgomery, including protecting Skillman Park from development and high density COAH housing .


He has been a leader in implementing shared and regionalized services, thereby saving taxpayer dollars, at both the local and county level. As mayor he implemented a shared municipal court with Hillsborough , and as a Freeholder, he spearheaded the negotiations with the Hunterdon County Freeholder Board to consolidate county jail services, thereby saving millions of dollars for both Somerset and Hunterdon taxpayers.


As a Freeholder, Caliguire helped implement fiscal policies that cut spending, kept unemployment and poverty rates down, and achieved a rare Triple “A” credit rating for Somerset County. Somerset is one of only a handful of counties in the nation to earn that distinction. In his last year on the Freeholder Board, 2018, as budget chairman he actually produced a budget that cut county taxes for residents.


In that same year he also originated and spearheaded a five year electric car and charging station program for the county that made Somerset the first in New Jersey to do so, and without any increase the county budget or cost to taxpayers.


Caliguire graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Cornell University and earned his law degree from Georgetown. He is a partner in the law firm Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt and Cappelli. He and his wife have three grown children.


Christine Madrid is a wife, mother of two young children, and involved citizen who’s emerged as a proven and effective leader.

She has worked hard for the people of New Jersey as a director at the Department of Labor, and had the honor to serve as a voice for common-sense, fiscally conservative principles on the Montgomery Township Committee - including two stints as Mayor (2015 and 2018).

Christine is running now to serve the people of the 16th District in Trenton - where we desperately need more leaders in the Assembly who will speak up for our values and focus on results for the people over partisan politics.

Christine Madrid has a long track record of fighting for fiscal discipline, safe neighborhoods, and the preservation of our rural character.