Representing Roxbury's Residents

Key Issues


Maintaining quality roads and sidewalks is the key to keeping Roxbury successful. That’s why Dan supported allocating over $1.2M in this year’s budget to repave our roads. If your street is in poor condition, please report it here.


Dan is committed to ensuring that the Fenimore Landfill is properly monitored to prevent future harm to Roxbury’s Residents. This fall, he will be working with Raritan Headwaters Association to create a community well testing program and make sure your drinking well is safe.

Open Space

Dan has been a tireless advocate for preserving the open space and parks that make Roxbury such an incredible place to live.


Despite what you may think about Democrats, Dan does not support tax increases. During this year’s budget, he fought to decrease expenditures while increasing Township revenue, keeping you tax rate as low as possible. To see how Roxbury stacks up to the competition, click here. (Spoiler alert: we’re #416)

Internship Program

Dan has innovated how things are done at Town Hall, while finding a way to give back to our community. He developed and implemented an internship program to give Roxbury students a competitive edge while teaching valuable lessons about local government.

Dan Kline

Dan has been a Roxbury resident for over 20 years; he attended the public school system, and graduated from Roxbury High School in 2006. Dan is a volunteer pole vault coach with the RHS Track & Field team and a regular volunteer with Morris Habitat for Humanity. This fall, he will be teaching Sunday school at Temple Shalom in Succasunna.
Dan received his Bachelor’s Degree in History and Political Science from Rutgers, New Brunswick in 2010, where he was also a member of the Scarlet Knights Track and Field team. He previously served as a Staff Assistant for Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr., as a Policy Analyst for the National Hemophilia Foundation, and as a Legislative Aide for both Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman and Assemblyman Daniel R. Benson. Dan is currently a 2L at Rutgers Law School.

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