Caren Fitzpatrick

for State Senate

“I’ve lived in Atlantic County all of my life. I understand the struggles of working families because I’ve lived through the same struggles and come out the other side stronger with a determination to listen and fight for others. I’m committed to the revitalization of Atlantic City and working with you to move Atlantic County forward.”

Two-term Atlantic County Commissioner Caren Fitzpatrick is a lifelong Atlantic County resident, and serves as the Senior Director of Finance and Administration at Visit Atlantic City, the driving force behind Atlantic City’s revitalization and economic development efforts.

With over 20 years of experience as a finance professional, Fitzpatrick understands the importance of fiscal responsibility and oversight and has a proven track record of producing results to save taxpayer dollars, making Atlantic City more affordable, and making Atlantic County more business-friendly.

During her time in office, Atlantic County completed the first building of the National Aviation Research and Technical Park in Egg Harbor Township and Stockton University’s Atlantic City campus while holding the line on property taxes. She also led the charge to make county government more transparent and accessible to the public.

Fitzpatrick has the courage to confront complex issues facing Atlantic County residents and is a strong advocate for service industry workers, increased education funding, affordable healthcare, mental health services, and reproductive freedom.

She earned a master’s degree in business administration from Stockton University. She and her husband, Brian, have been married for 40 years and raised two sons. They have two grandchildren.

Key Issues

Protecting access to reproductive care, including safe and legal abortion, and ensuring access to affordable health care and prescription drugs.

Supporting local small businesses, creating good paying jobs, and building capital investment.

Fully funding our schools, universal pre-K, public
universities, and community colleges.
Investing in veterans’ programs and support services and expanding access to services for disabled and homeless veterans.
Making our region a national leader in offshore wind to support both economic progress and sustainability.
Building safer neighborhoods for our families.