Dan Hutchison, Assembly

“As the father of four, I understand the challenges our families deal with at the kitchen table. As an attorney working with families to find their way back from financial hardship drives me to make a difference for our South Jersey residents. These experiences have given me a unique vantage point about the importance of making New Jersey more affordable. As families struggle with rising costs, higher taxes, and income not keeping pace, we need sound fiscal policies that support our small business owners, bolster our economy, and create opportunities for success in South Jersey.”

Dan Hutchison is a father of four, an attorney, and a five-term Gloucester Township Councilman.

Hutchison has dedicated his career to helping people cope in difficult financial times. During his 27-year career as a bankruptcy attorney, he has proved himself a true problem solver and advocate, helping over 7500 people save their homes and cars and obtain relief from crushing debt. He also serves as the Gloucester County Regional Coordinator for the Financial Literacy Program visiting high schools throughout Camden and Gloucester Counties to discuss the pitfalls of obtaining and using credit unwisely.

During his time on council, Hutchison has been a staunch advocate for fiscal responsibility, lowering property taxes, economic development, investing in youth, and community safety.

Hutchison earned his J.D. from Widener University Law School. He opened his law practice in Gloucester Township in 1997 and is currently working on obtaining a master’s degree in law at Saint John’s University.

Hutchison and his wife Karen have resided in Gloucester Township since 1995. They have four children, Katie, Shawn, Nick, and Brian. In his free time, he enjoys volunteering and coaching youth in Gloucester Township, serving as a soccer commissioner and Tiger Scout Den leader, and coaching soccer, baseball, and basketball. In his free time, he enjoys volunteering and coaching youth in Gloucester Township. He has also served as a Tiger Scout Den leader and sponsored the local football, soccer, lacrosse, and baseball organizations.

Our Commitment to You


Reducing the property tax burden for New Jersey Seniors. Under the newly passed legislation, StayNJ, nearly all Seniors will receive a 50% tax reduction.


Fully funding our public schools, universal pre-K, and higher education to provide students with affordable options that prepare them for the future.


Keeping our communities safe by ensuring police and first responders have the resources they need to keep us safe.


Making South Jersey more affordable by funding the senior property tax freeze and ANCHOR program to reduce our property tax burden.


Grow economic opportunities by supporting our local businesses and workforce, prioritizing renewable energy, and creating viable job opportunities.


Ensuring affordable, accessible healthcare by keeping prescription drug costs in check and protecting women’s reproductive rights.