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Lt. Governor
Kim Guadagno
On November 3, 2009, the people of New Jersey elected Kim Guadagno as the first Lieutenant Governor in the state's history.
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The mission of the Department of State is to enhance the overall quality of life for New Jersey residents by advancing and supporting our State’s economic vitality, cultural and historical programs and civic engagement responsibilities.

Core Mission Areas:
  1. Economic vitality
  2. Cultural and historical programs
  3. Civic engagement responsibilities
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Trenton, NJ 08625

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Acting Governor Guadagno Visits Zytron Control Products, Inc.
in Ewing Township
Industry Leader in Engineering Innovation Takes Bold New Approach

Trenton, NJ —Acting Governor Kim Guadagno continued her outreach to New Jersey’s manufacturers with a visit to Zytron Control Products, Inc. in Ewing.  The stop follows the Acting Governor’s July Manufacturing Industry Roundtable, which provided leaders in the manufacturing industry with the opportunity to speak directly with State policymakers about critical concerns.

“Companies like Zytron Control Products are a great example of our state’s diverse manufacturing sector and the business savvy that allows them to remain viable, providing a wide range of products and services to customers around the country,” said Acting Governor Guadagno. “We are committed to working with our state’s manufacturers, and we applaud Zytron Control Products’ continued growth in New Jersey.” 
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Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno Celebrates Memorial Sloan Kettering’s New State-of-the-Art Facility in Middletown

Trenton, NJ — Illustrating New Jersey's ability to attract development, investment and employment opportunities, Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno today joined executives from the Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) Cancer Center to celebrate its new facility in Middletown, which will create more than 160 jobs. The Partnership for Action - which includes the New Jersey Business Action Center (BAC) and Economic Development Authority (EDA) - assisted in bringing this project to fruition.

"This project is a perfect example of the Partnership for Action's ability to help make a complex project a reality," said Lt. Governor Guadagno. "In addition to the delivery of premier services to its patients, Memorial Sloan Kettering's decision to expand in Middletown will bring a corporate campus that had been vacant for a decade back to life, strengthening the tax base and stimulating the local economy by creating jobs."
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