Mark Natale for Assembly LD-8
Working as an attorney in employment law, Mark has spent his legal career ensuring that working men and women across the state have someone in their corner representing them regardless of their political orientation. Now he’s running for state assembly because he knows that voters in the South Jersey need someone who will put aside politics and represent their needs in Trenton.
Looking out for those around him has been a driving force Mark’s entire life. This has carried over into his legal career, which has seen him representing those who have experienced workplace harassment, discrimination, wage theft, & personal injury. He makes sure that those who have suffered and been mistreated have fair representation and that they get what they’re owed from their employers. He’s carried that background into the volunteer space where he gave his time leading voter protection efforts during the 2018 campaign, ensuring that South Jersey voters rights were protected during the election.
Mark and his wife moved to South Jersey because they knew it was a great place to live and grow their young family. But Mark also knows that in order for families like his to thrive, affordability issues have to be addressed. Like most taxpayers, Mark knows that South Jersey families aren’t getting a fair shake from the taxes they pay in to the state. To combat this Mark wants to address the School Funding formula that sees South Jersey residents on the hook for high taxes but continues to cut funding from South Jersey schools, provide real property tax real property tax relief for working and middle class families, and develop an economic climate that fosters job creation and growth.
Mark was raised in Washington Township, NJ where he graduated from Washington Township High School. Mark earned a bachelor’s degree in History from LaSalle University and a J.D. from Rutgers Law School. Mark lives in Marlton with his wife Shannon and 2 year old daughter Kathryn.