District 38 Assemblywoman Connie Wagner resigned from her seat Monday.
In her letter of resignation to the Assembly clerk, Wagner wrote she would be "moving out-of-state to assist [her] son and his wife following the birth of a healthy new grandson this past August."
Wagner confirmed the resignation and thanked some of the lawmakers she had worked with in a post on her Facebook page Monday afternoon.
"It's official. Today is my last day in the NJ General Assembly," Wagner wrote. "I am proud to have worked with so many wonderful advocates over the past six years. I wish my fellow legislators the best of luck as the try to do what's best for NJ...compromise to find common ground."
Wagner, a three-term Assembly Democrat from Paramus, announced in June that she was dropping out of the election to spend time with family in Florida.
Wagner was first elected to the Assembly in 2007. She previously served on the Paramus Council and the Bergen County Freeholders.
That replacement won't be Paramus Council President Joseph Lagana, who the Democrats chose to run in her place. Lagana won't serve as the interim because of his promise to serve on the council through the end of the year, according to the report.