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1996 United States Senate election in New Jersey

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1996 United States Senate election in New Jersey

← 1990 November 5, 1996 2002 →
 
Robert Torricelli.jpg
Dick Zimmer.jpg
Nominee Robert Torricelli Dick Zimmer
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 1,519,328 1,227,817
Percentage 52.7% 42.6%

1996 NJ Senate Map.svg
County results
Torricelli:      40–50%      50–60%      60–70%      70–80%
Zimmer:      40–50%      50–60%      60–70%

U.S. Senator before election

Bill Bradley
Democratic

Elected U.S. Senator

Robert Torricelli
Democratic

The 1996 United States Senate election in New Jersey was held on November 5, 1996. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Bill Bradley decided to retire instead of seeking a fourth term. The seat was won by Democratic congressman Robert Torricelli.

Republican primary

Candidates

Campaign

Zimmer was the front-runner from the start, getting endorsements from Republican leaders across the state, including Gov. Christine Todd Whitman. Both DuHaime, a pro-life candidate, and La Rossa, a pro-gun candidate, attempted to portray Zimmer as too liberal, but Zimmer largely ignored his opponents and won the primary easily.[1]

Results

Republican Primary Results[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Dick Zimmer 144,121 68.0%
Republican Richard DuHaime 42,155 19.9%
Republican Dick La Rossa 25,608 12.1%

General election

Candidates

Campaign

Democratic U.S. Representative Robert Torricelli won his party's primary unopposed, and Republican U.S. Representative Dick Zimmer won his party's nomination easily. Torricelli defeated Zimmer in the general election by 10 points, while President Bill Clinton simultaneously carried New Jersey by almost 18% in his reelection bid. Third-party and independent candidates carried 4.8% of the vote.

Like other Democratic candidates around the country, Torricelli tried to tie "Zig-Zag Zimmer" to House Speaker Newt Gingrich and attacked him for flip flopping on his positions on issues like Medicare, gun control and an increase in the minimum wage during the campaign. Zimmer tried to cast his opponent as a tax-and-spend liberal with ethical flaws. Military morale was also a part of the campaign.

Results

General election results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert G. Torricelli 1,519,328 52.7%
Republican Dick Zimmer 1,227,817 42.6%
Independent Richard J. Pezzullo 50,971 1.8%
Independent Paul A. Woomer 15,183 0.5%
Independent Olga L. Rodriguez 14,319 0.5%
Independent Mark Wise 13,683 0.5%
Independent Wilburt Kornegay 11,107 0.4%
Independent Steven J. Baeli 7,749 0.3%
Majority
Turnout
Democratic hold Swing {{{swing}}}

See also

References

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