Thaddeus (Ted) Maciag is the principal of Maciag Law LLC in Princeton, N.J., where his practice focuses on Federal and State Court Litigation; Corporate Turnarounds including complex Chapter 11 Reorganization; and Election Law. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, the Wharton School of Finance, and the University of Pennsylvania.
Ted Maciag has served in Federal, State and Local government as Chief of Staff to a U.S. Congressman, as a Mayor, as a Municipal Attorney, as a senior legal counsel in the Office of the Governor of New Jersey, and as Director of the Governor's Budget Unit for the State of New Jersey. He is a former Mayor of Montgomery, N.J., where he resides with his wife Mary, who has had a long career as a University Art Museum Curator and art history professor. Their son Timothy graduated in 2014 from the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, and is now a 2nd Lieutenant in the USAF.
Election Law: Ted Maciag’s Election Law experience includes service as election law counsel to several Presidential, Gubernatorial, and U.S. Senate campaigns, including Romney-Ryan 2012, John McCain for President, Santorum for President, Fred Thompson for President, Chris Christie for Governor, Tom Kean Jr. for U.S. Senate, Bret Schundler for Governor, Doug Forrester for U.S. Senate, Mike Ferguson for Congress, Dick Zimmer for Congress, Mike Pappas for Congress, and Tom Kean for Governor. Ted Maciag has served as counsel to federal, state, county and municipal election campaigns, including appearing before the N.J. Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Law Division, the N.J. Office of Administrative Law, and the State and County Boards of Election in Election Law litigation including Recounts, Petition Challenges, and Ballot Access.
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