Alison Littell McHose

Representative from the 24th District at New Jersey General Assembly

Alison Littell McHose

Alison Littell McHose

Representative from the 24th District at New Jersey General Assembly

Biography

Alison McHose

Assemblywoman Alison Littell McHose has served the citizens of New Jersey's 24th District since February 2003 when she was elected to fill the remainder of Congressman Scott Garrett's term in the New Jersey General Assembly. She later went on to win the primary and general elections that year She has been re-elected in 2005, 2007 and 2009.


Assemblywoman McHose serves as the Deputy Republican Conference Leader in the Assembly. She is a member of the Assembly Appropriations Committeee, Consumer Affairs Committee and Legislative Services Commission. During her time in the Legislature, Assemblywoman McHose has worked to support veterans' and military issues, crime and ethics concerns. She has seen several of her prime sponsored bills enacted into law. These include NJ pulling out of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, legislation to give the Superior Court exclusive jurisdiction in any matter concerning a motor vehicle incident where death or serious bodily injury has occurred, legislation making it a disorderly persons offense to purposely disrupt a funeral and The Sex Offender Monitoring Act, which establishes a program for the continuous, satellite-based monitoring of sex offenders.

Her service to the people of New Jersey and the 24th Legislative District has brought a variety of honors and recognition to Assemblywoman McHose from many important organizations. These include being selected as the New Jersey Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Legislator of the Year in January 2007; Legislator of the Year by the New Jersey Conference of Mayors in 2006; Legislative Leader of 2006 by the New Jersey Policy Research Organization, an affiliate of the New Jersey Business and Industry Association; receiving the Endless Journey award in 2006 from the New Jersey Victims of Crime Law Center based in Sparta; honored by Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Morris & Sussex Counties, Inc. for her continued support of CASA and children in need throughout New Jersey; receiving the Distinguished Service Award from the Community Builders Association in 2007.

Assemblywoman McHose is the first woman to represent New Jersey's 24th District and the first state legislator to give birth while in office in. Assemblywoman McHose and Senator Robert E. Littell were the first father-daughter team to serve simultaneously. Her grandfather, Alfred B. Littell, served in both houses of the New Jersey legislature. He was also Senate President and Acting Governor.

Prior to her legislative service, Assemblywoman McHose worked as a Senate legislative aide specializing in budget issues for seven years. She was a Policy Council Director in Education & Healthcare for a grassroots outreach organization in Washington, DC and in the first Bush Administration at both the National Endowment for the Humanities, working directly for Chairwoman Lynne V. Cheney, and the US Department of the Treasury, under Secretary Nicholas Brady.

In 2008, Assemblywoman McHose was a Delegate to the Republican National Convention and she was one of New Jersey's representatives to the Platform Committee. She is one of the New Jersey Co-Chairs for the McCain-Palin campaign. Assemblywoman McHose is also an elected member to the Sussex County Republican Committee.

Assemblywoman McHose was born on May 24, 1965, in Newton, New Jersey. She attended Simmons College, Boston and graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a B.S. in Government and Politics with a concentration in Economics.

Assemblywoman McHose and her husband Morgan were married in 1993. They reside in Franklin with their three children Logan, Grant and Molly.

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05/24/1965 - Newton, NJ, United States

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Representative from the 24th District at New Jersey General Assembly
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B.S. in Government & Politics with a Concentration in Economics

The University of Maryland, College Park is a public research university, the flagship campus of the University System of Maryland, and the original 1862 land-grant institution in the State. The University of Maryland is committed to achieving excellence as the State’s primary center of research and graduate education and the institution of choice for undergraduate students of exceptional ability and promise. The University creates and applies knowledge for the benefit of the economy and culture of the State, the region, the nation, and beyond. As the flagship of the University System of Maryland, the University shares its research, educational, cultural, and technological strengths with businesses, government, and other educational institutions. The University counts among its greatest strengths -- and a major component of its excellence -- the diversity of its faculty, students, and staff. The University of Maryland, College Park is committed to equal educational opportunity and strives to hire a diverse faculty and staff of exceptional achievement through affirmative actions, to celebrate diversity in all of its programs and activities, and to recruit and retain qualified graduate and undergraduate minority students.

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Since 1899, Simmons has offered a pioneering liberal arts education for undergraduate women integrated with professional work experience. Today, Simmons also encompasses the many benefits of a small university, including renowned coeducational graduate programs in health sciences, education, liberal arts, library and information science, management, and social work. They also offer an MBA program designed specifically for women.

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Representative from the 24th District
2003 - Current
Policy Council Director in Education & Healthcare
Prior

The Department of the Treasury is an executive department and the treasury of the United States federal government. It was established by an Act of Congress in 1789 to manage government revenue. The Department is administered by the Secretary of the Treasury, who is a member of the Cabinet.

Policy Council Director in Education & Healthcare
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The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is an independent federal agency created in 1965. It is one of the largest funders of humanities programs in the United States. Because democracy demands wisdom, NEH serves and strengthens our republic by promoting excellence in the humanities and conveying the lessons of history to all Americans. The Endowment accomplishes this mission by awarding grants for top-rated proposals examined by panels of independent, external reviewers. NEH grants typically go to cultural institutions, such as museums, archives, libraries, colleges, universities, public television, and radio stations, and to individual scholars. The grants: strengthen teaching and learning in schools and colleges facilitate research and original scholarship provide opportunities for lifelong learning preserve and provide access to cultural and educational resources strengthen the institutional base of the humanities Since 1965, the Endowment has opened new worlds of learning for the American public with noteworthy projects such as: Seven thousand books, 16 of which have won Pulitzer Prizes, and 20 of which have received the Bancroft Prize. The Civil War, the landmark documentary by Ken Burns viewed by 38 million Americans The Library of America editions of novels, essays, and poems celebrating America’s literary heritage The United States Newspaper Project, which cataloged and microfilmed 63.3 million pages of historic newspapers, paved the way for the National Digital Newspaper Program and its digital repository, Chronicling America Annual support for 56 states and territories to help support some 56,000 lectures, discussions, exhibitions and other programs each year

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TO RESTORE AND PRESERVE THE TWENTY-NINE UNRESTORED HISTORIC BUILDINGS AT THE NATIONAL MONUMENT, ELLIS ISLAND. THESE ARE THE BUILDINGS OF THE FIRST AND LARGEST PUBLIC HEALTH HOSPITAL IN THE UNITED STATES BUILT DURING THE HEIGHT OF IMMIGRATION BETWEEN 1909 AND 1930. TO DEVELOP AND ADMINISTER PUBLIC PROGRAMMING ON THE UNIVERSAL ISSUES OF IMMIGRATION AND PUBLIC HEALTH. THE PROJECT SERVES AS AN EXAMPLE OF HOW OUR NATIONAL ICONIC MONUMENTS CAN SERVE NEW AND MODERN PURPOSES, ENCOURAGE CIVIC ENGAGEMENT AND ENLIGHTEN CONTEMPORARY ISSUES.

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