GOP taps widow for late NJ assemblyman's seat

Republicans have picked the widow of Assembly GOP leader Alex DeCroce to fill the seat left vacant by his sudden death. BettyLou DeCroce easily defeated attorney Larry Casha during a GOP county committee

News 12 Staff

Jan 26, 2012, 12:59 PM

Updated 4,504 days ago

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GOP taps widow for late NJ assemblyman's seat
Republicans have picked the widow of Assembly GOP leader Alex DeCroce to fill the seat left vacant by his sudden death.
BettyLou DeCroce easily defeated attorney Larry Casha during a GOP county committee meeting in Mountain Lakes last night.
The 26th District includes towns in Essex, Morris and Passaic counties.
Her 75-year-old husband collapsed and died at the Statehouse as the lame-duck legislative session drew to a close on Jan. 9.
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