NJ Senator Moves to Bergen County

Robert Menendez has already endorsed Democrats running for political office in the county, report says.

US Senator Robert Menendez has moved to Bergen County.

According to an nj.com report, Menendez recently left his longtime home in Hudson County to move to Paramus

His fiance, real estate investment manager Alicia Mucci, lives in Paramus, the report said. Officials declined to comment on whether or not the two moved in together, the report said.

Menendez has already attended a Democratic Party event in Edgewater and endorsed Dem freeholders David Ganz and Joan Voss, and Jim Tedesco, the Democratic opponent to Kathleen Donovan in the County Executive race, it said.

DJQQ July 08, 2014 at 10:54 AM
Jacob , I agree with your thoughts, give us a break that's NOT news ! While he might be a nice guy, the reason he was elected was due to his hudson county ties. So what's wrong with Hudson county that he feels he needs to move to Bergan county.... that's the question that should really be asked, what does he "gain" by moving here. Just like all other senators and house 8 year term limits, no offense to him, but they all need 8 year term limits !
TomW July 08, 2014 at 11:32 AM
There goes the neighborhood!
jamesT July 08, 2014 at 05:50 PM
The funniest thing about him being the U.S. Sanator is that neither Dick Codey N.J. State Senator nor Joe Roberts Chairman of the State assembly at the time wanted it.
Michael Barry July 12, 2014 at 01:14 PM
He ruined Union City so now it's time to do the same for Paramus. As soon as he moved to Bergen County there was a report of a fat white guy running around naked in Paramus. Coincidence?
jamesT July 13, 2014 at 08:55 AM
You should have known him years ago when he was on the U.C. BoE. He was about 200 pounds heavier than he is now. AND I guess you may have read that he claimed Cuban CIA agents MADE him endorse losing candidates of West New York and Jersey City... If I may? LOL.


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