Robinson has served as the party's executive director and Sargent of Arms for 12 of the past 14 years.
“I have worked for the Morris County Democratic Party since I was 15 years old, working at every level and task of organizing and campaigning," Robinson said. "As Morris Democratic chair, I commit myself to supporting our candidates at every level.”
Robinson, who grew up in Morris Township and now lives in Lincoln Park, graduated Rutgers and received his law degree from Seton Hall University.
Robinson has campaigned the past three months, meeting with nearly all municipal chairmen and their county committee members, according to a statement announcing his candidacy.
"I am pleased and humbled thus far to have received endorsements from 21 municipal chairs," Robinson said. "All of our municipal chairs are friends of mine and I look forward to supporting all of them and their candidates in the coming years."
Robinson has been endorsed by the following:
- Edward De Figlia (Chatham Borough)
- John Strelkoff (Chatham Twp.)
- John KcKenna (Chester Twp.)
- Wanetta Phillips(Denville)
- John Aden (Florham Park)
- Richard Dunne (Hanover Twp.)
- Horace Chamberlain (Jefferson Twp.)
- Paul Mantell ( Kinnelon)
- Jay Dowd (Lincoln Park)
- Joe Connolly (Long Hill Twp.)
- Tom Honohan (Madison)
- Mike O’Brien (Montville)
- Mark Heckler (Morris Plains)
- Noel Robinson (Morris Twp.)
- Richard Escobar(Mt. Olive)
- Robert Hathaway (Netcong)
- Michael Soriano (Parsippany)
- Tom Andrea (Pequannock)
- Tom Moran (Randolph)
- John O’Conner (Riverdale)
- Arnold Barnard (Rockaway Boro)