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Chairman Keith A. Davis

Keith A. Davis is chairman of the Atlantic County Republican Committee. He also currently serves as Chairman of the New Jersey Republican Chairmen’s Association. An attorney, Keith is a partner in the firm of Nehmad Perillo & Davis of Egg Harbor Township. He joined the firm in September of 2000 and his practice focuses on land use, commercial and real estate transactions, municipal law and regulatory affairs.

Keith received his law degree in 1999 from Rutgers School of Law, Camden, and served as law clerk to the Hon. L. Anthony Gibson from September of 1999 to August of 2000.

Keith graduated cum laude from St. Joseph’s University in 1995 with a degree in politics. He attended graduate school at Rutgers University in New Brunswick and, in 1997, received a master’s degree in public policy. While at Rutgers, he received a paid fellowship to the Eagleton Institute of Politics.


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