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James Hogan,
Frank DiMarco &
Denice DiCarlo

  • Lowering the county tax rate

  • Freezing county government spending

  • Growing jobs and supporting small businesses

  • Partnering with local law enforcement to keep our community safe

  • Protecting farmland and open space

James Hogan, Frank DiMarco & Denice DiCarlo

Under the leadership of Clerk James Hogan and Commissioners Frank DiMarco and Denice DiCarlo,
Gloucester County has:

  • Passed a freeze on county spending for the next three years

  • Lowered the county tax rate

  • Saved more than $38 million by eliminating 479 county positions 

  • Worked closely with local businesses to build our economy and create jobs

  • Provided small businesses grants of up to $10,000 to help them recover from the pandemic

  • Helped make Rowan College of South Jersey the No. 1-ranked community college in the entire state

  • Created a full-time Veterans Affairs Office so veterans have easy access to the resources they deserve

  • Invested in infrastructure when interest rates were low to save taxpayer dollars

  • Preserved more than 22,500 acres of farmland and open space

  • Launched the Gloucester County Addiction Task Force to fight the opioid epidemic

  • Improved parks, trails, and recreation facilities to protect and enhance our quality of life

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James Hogan

James (Jim) Hogan serves as the Clerk for Gloucester County championing tax relief for residents, enhancing county communications, and making benefits more accessible for veterans and seniors. 

  • Directed Clerk’s Office to contribute more than $5 million toward property tax relief for residents 

  • Created no-cost email alert system to help protect Gloucester County homeowners from property fraud

  • Established a free military veteran ID card system for veterans to receive discounted benefits and services at participating businesses

James Hogan

Frank DiMarco

Frank DiMarco is serving his sixth term on the Gloucester County Board of Commissioners and was chosen as the Director of the Board in January 2022, leading efforts to lower the county tax rate in 2021 and 2022 and freeze spending.

  • Facilitated the historic partnership between Rowan University and the former Gloucester County College to provide greater access to a high-quality education for less money

  • Voted to establish the Gloucester County Veterans Memorial Cemetery and expand county services for military veterans 

  • Honored by South Jersey Land & Water Trust for protecting and preserving more than 22,000 acres of farmland and open space across Gloucester County

Frank DiMarco

Denice DiCarlo

Denice has served on the Gloucester County Board of Commissioners since February 2022.  She served as the Mayor of West Deptford from 2015 to 2021, where she focused on stabilizing the tax rate, facilitating economic development, and negotiating a shared service police agreement to put more cops on the street for fewer taxpayer dollars.

  • Serves as the Gloucester County’s Veterans Affairs Liaison, dedicated to honoring and supporting military veterans with the recognition and services they deserve

  • Oversees Gloucester County's award-winning Emergency Medical Services and 911 Call Center providing police/fire/EMS dispatch for all 24 municipalities as the Gloucester County Public Safety Liaison 

  • Successfully secured major state funding to expand and enhance 911 Call Center operations, upgrade EMS facilities, and renovate the Fire Training Academy with much-needed training materials

Denice DiCarlo
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