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Tracy Silna Zur

Tracy Silna Zur
Bergen County, New Jersey Freeholder
Assumed office
January 2, 2013
Serving with Steven Tanelli
Preceded by Robert Hermansen
Personal details
Born March 12, 1969
Political party Democratic Party (United States)
Spouse(s) Bobby Zur
Residence Franklin Lakes, New Jersey
Alma mater University of Texas (B.A.)
Fordham University (J.D.)
Profession Attorney
Religion Jewish
Website Freeholder webpage

Tracy Silna Zur is a Freeholder in Bergen County, New Jersey.

Personal life and education

Silna Zur holds a B.A. from the University of Texas and a J.D. from Fordham University. She is pursuing a Master's in Public Policy from Rutgers University. Silna Zur has three children with her husband, Bobby.[1] She is a resident of Franklin Lakes, New Jersey.[2]


In addition to working in private practice, Silna Zur has served as a judge, prosecutor, and public defender. Silna Zur has also worked as legal counsel for Congressman Bill Pascrell, and served on the Bergen County Utilities Authority.[1]

Silna Zur was elected to the Bergen County Board of Freeholders in 2012. Her election, along with that of Steven Tanelli, helped Democrats take control of the Board of Freeholders.[3]

Silna Zur is considered a potential future Congressional candidate.[4]


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  2. ^ Zusman, Charles. "Bergen freeholder candidates debate before county-wide election; Forum sponsored by Jewish Standard and JCRC", Jewish Standard, October 19, 2012. Accessed November 10, 2013. "'Children have to live and thrive in a safe community,' Tracy Silna Zur of Franklin Lakes, Tanelli’s running mate, said. Government must provide for the needy but 'hold the line by making sure we have smarter government.'"
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