Joseph Signorello III is proud to serve as Mayor of Roselle Park, a place he has called home his entire life. A technology and financial services entrepreneur, he went door-to-door in his community working to flip it from red to blue. Joe has worked for venture capital firms, banks, and startups, managing multi-million dollar budgets and bringing hundreds of jobs to the tri-state area.

The Signorello family has been in Union County since 1904. His grandfather, Joe Signorello Sr., owned a local eatery - Frenchy’s Bar and Grill - and his father was a union lineman for PSE&G. Both were members of the volunteer fire department and Roselle Park Board of Education. His mother came to New Jersey from Spilinga, Italy and has worked in the local public schools for decades.

In Joe’s Roman Catholic household, he was raised to work hard and fight for what he cares about. He considers his faith to have been his first introduction to feeling a sense of responsibility to others, especially those less fortunate than him. His faith also got Joe and his family through some of the toughest times in their lives. When Joe’s brother died in a tragic accident, they started the Anthony Signorello Youth Center, which has served hundreds of local kids to this day.

Joe attended public school in Union County, then traveled up the Garden State Parkway to study business management at Seton Hall University. At the start of his career, he worked in finance and technology abroad in Europe - but in 2017 he was called into public service. Joe looked around his hometown, which was run by an entrenched Republican machine, and noticed how little had changed since he was a kid. In fact, storefronts were empty and the historic downtown was in need of someone who cared. So, he took on the machine and ran for Mayor.

Elected in 2018 and re-elected in 2022, Mayor Joe has been working to get Roselle Park back on track. Renovating the Roselle Park Youth Center and Library, working to bring affordable housing to town, developing blighted areas, overhauling the Route 28 highway, rebuilding the Gordon Street Bridge - the list goes on. Most of all, he’s done this while making Roselle Park more affordable for families, achieving a 0% municipal tax increase in 2022.

Joe has never been afraid to take on do-nothing politicians who don’t represent the community. Now, he is running for Congress to replace typical Trenton politician Tom Kean and represent the voices of New Jersey families like his. In Congress, he’ll fight to create more high-quality New Jersey jobs, fight Republican extremists looking to rip away reproductive rights, take action to support a clean energy future that achieves climate change goals, and restore the state and local tax (SALT) deduction our residents deserve. At this moment, New Jersey needs leaders with common sense solutions and the experience to get things done.