Anthony Angelozzi


“Education is foundational to American opportunity; a good education can help level the playing field and give our students their greatest chance to succeed. I will be a strong voice for our children and understand that in order for them to flourish now and in the future, they need to grow up in a thriving local economy where people aren’t just struggling to get by. We must help our small businesses and community farms so that they can continue to be the backbone of our communities, and help our families by creating job opportunities and working to lower the cost of living.”

Anthony Angelozzi is a U.S. History teacher at Hammonton High School and serves as the Hammonton Education Association (HEA) president.

Angelozzi has spent the better part of 15 years teaching in the Hammonton School District. He understands our children’s challenges firsthand and has a unique perspective regarding the tools students need to succeed.

As president of the HEA, he represents the district’s certified staff, instructional aides, secretaries, custodial staff, maintenance staff, and grounds staff. Angelozzi takes great pride in being able to advocate for his fellow co-workers. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Angelozzi worked to help navigate COVID safety concerns and the return to school for students and negotiated for employees with vulnerable family members who needed remote work.

Angelozzi grew up in Mays Landing. His parents were both Casino gaming employees in Atlantic City and met in blackjack school. Angelozzi started working in an Atlantic City casino two weeks after graduating high school and worked his way through college.

He earned a master’s in American history at American Public University. He is also an NJEA Uniserv consultant for Atlantic and Cape May counties and the Atlantic County Council of Education Associations Government Relations chair and Legislative Action Team member.

Angelozzi and his wife, Tracy, have two children. Tracy also teaches at Hammonton High School and is the vice president of the Hammonton Education Association.

Our Commitment to You


Making South Jersey more affordable

On Evesham Council, Heather has a proven record of keeping taxes stable. In Trenton, the team will fight to reduce the tax burden on seniors and working families. 


Standing Up for Our Public Schools

With Anthony’s experience as a teacher and Andrea’s as an education advocate, the team will work tirelessly to fully fund our schools, universal pre-K, higher education, and workforce development.


Protecting Our Health Care Rights

The team will fight for our right to affordable, accessible health care and lower prescription drugs costs, while always protecting against attacks on women’s reproductive rights.


Fighting for Our Part of South Jersey

Heather, Anthony, and Andrea will always listen to and fight for the seniors, families, small businesses, and farms of our district, not the special interests in Trenton.