FREEHOLDER
 

What's a FREEHOLDER ??

Simply put, a Freeholder is a member of a group of county executives who make up the equivalent of a 'county commissioner' in other states.
Counties elect or appoint either 3, 5, 7, or 9 people to the Board of Chosen Freeholders - the number varies by county.

The term "Freeholder" originated in the early 1700s. The State of New Jersey continues to use this title, which was established in Colonial Times
when only men who held their land "free and clear" were eligible to be chosen for membership on the county governing body.

1979Lee Madigan
New Jersey County Government Freeholder License Plate

1979
New Jersey County Government Freeholder License Plate


1992Paul Bagnarol
New Jersey County Government Freeholder License Plate

1992Mike Wiener
New Jersey County Government Freeholder License Plate

1992Lee Madigan
New Jersey County Government Freeholder License Plate

2005Jeff Fazekas
New Jersey County Government Freeholder License Plate


c.2007Mike Wiener

c.2010Jeff Fazekas
New Jersey County Government Freeholder License Plate

c.2010Picture from Dave M. 2015
And a bitchin' plate frame !!
New Jersey County Government Freeholder License Plate

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IN USE 2016
New Jersey County Government Freeholder License Plate