Assemblyman David Rible, of Wall Township, is currently serving his fourth term in the New Jersey General Assembly.
The Assemblyman was recently re-elected by his colleagues to serve as the Assembly Republican Conference Leader. In this role, he guides the discussion on legislation in the Assembly Republican Caucus and helps to implement the agenda of the Assembly Republicans and Governor Chris Christie. In addition, he is known for working in a bi-partisan manner in order to further his commitment to making the state more affordable.
Assemblyman Rible previously worked as a Wall Township police officer and is a member of the Assembly Law & Public Safety Committee, Education Committee and serves on the State House Commission.
A former small business owner, Assemblyman Rible served as president of the Southern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce and as a member of its executive board. In the Legislature, he has been a staunch advocate for improving New Jersey’s business climate.
For his efforts, he has been honored by the New Jersey Small Business Development Centers, the Shore Builders Association, the New Jersey Travel Industry Association and the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce. He was also named a “Defender of the Taxpayers”, and most recently received the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce’s “Legislator of the Year Award”.
The Assemblyman hosts a breakfast at the Atlantic Club on the first Friday of each month to discuss issues impacting businesses. Guest speakers at the breakfasts have included Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, members of Governor Christie’s cabinet and various business advocates. Due to the overwhelming success of these breakfasts, he has hosted similar breakfasts for business owners in Morris, Bergen and Somerset counties.
The Assemblyman is a former captain and president of the Belmar Fire Department and is a life member. In addition, Assemblyman Rible served on the Belmar First Aid Squad and as an assistant scoutmaster in the Boy Scouts of America.
Assemblyman Rible has deep roots in the Monmouth County area. He was born and raised in Belmar, and later moved to Wall Township where he now resides with his wife Jacqueline and young daughter, Emilee Grace.
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