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2019 New Jersey elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A general election was held in the U.S. state of New Jersey on November 5, 2019. Primary elections were held on June 4. The only state positions that were up in this election cycle were all 80 seats in the New Jersey General Assembly and one Senate special election in the 1st Legislative District. In addition to the State Legislative elections, numerous county offices and freeholders in addition to municipal offices were up for election. There were no statewide questions on the ballot in 2019, though some counties and municipalities may have had a local question asked. Non-partisan local elections, some school board elections, and some fire district elections also happened in 2019.

State Senate

One special election was held in the 1st Legislative District to complete the unexpired term of Jeff Van Drew. Van Drew resigned on January 2, 2019, following his election to Congress. On January 7, Democratic committee members in Atlantic, Cape May, and Cumberland counties selected Assemblyman Bob Andrzejczak as the appointed replacement, and he was sworn in on January 15.[1][2] Andrzejczak was later defeated in the special election in November by Republican Mike Testa.[3]

An additional vacancy in the State Senate was created by the September 2019 death of Anthony Bucco. The deadline for a 2019 special election having passed,[4]a special election will be held in 2020 pending which his son Tony Bucco was appointed by a party convention to hold the seat on an interim basis.

Democratic primary
Declared
1st Legislative District Democratic Primary[5]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Bob Andrzejczak 4,925 100
Total votes 4,925 100
Republican primary
Declared
Withdrew
1st Legislative District Republican Primary[5]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Mike Testa 5,687 100
Total votes 5,687 100

General election

Results
1st Legislative District general election[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Mike Testa 27,163 53.5 Increase 19.5
Democratic Bob Andrzejczak 23,636 46.5 Decrease 18.3
Total votes 50,799 100.0
Republican gain from Democratic

General Assembly

2019 New Jersey General Assembly election

← 2017 November 5, 2019 2021 →

All 80 seats in the New Jersey General Assembly
41 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
Dem
New Jersey Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (R-Westfield) (cropped).jpg
Leader Craig Coughlin Jon Bramnick
Party Democratic Republican
Leader since January 9, 2018 January 17, 2012
Leader's seat 19th 21st
Last election 54 26
Seats won 52 28
Seat change Decrease 2 Increase 2
Popular vote 474,160 304,101
Percentage 60.93% 39.07%
Swing Increase 2.85pp Decrease 2.28pp

Speaker before election

Craig Coughlin
Democratic

Elected Speaker


Democratic

All 80 seats of the New Jersey General Assembly were up for election. Democrats held a 54–26 supermajority in the lower house prior to the election. In the elections, the Republicans gained 2 seats, failing to gain control of the chamber.

Incumbents not running for re-election

Democratic

Republican

Summary of Results

Parties Candidates Seats Popular Vote
2017 2019 +/- Strength Vote % Change
Democratic 97 54 52 Decrease 2 62.50% 474,160 60.93% Increase 2.85pp
Republican 82 26 28 Increase 2 37.50% 304,101 39.07% Decrease 2.28pp

List of races

District 1District 2District 3District 4District 5District 6District 7District 8District 9District 10District 11District 12District 13District 14District 15District 16District 17District 18District 19District 20District 21District 22District 23District 24District 25District 26District 27District 28District 29District 30District 31District 32District 33District 34District 35District 36District 37District 38District 39District 40

District 1

1st Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Erik Simonsen 26,544 27.16%
Republican Antwan McClellan 25,521 26.12%
Democratic R. Bruce Land (incumbent) 23,098 23.64%
Democratic Matthew Milam (incumbent) 22,555 23.08%
Total votes 97,718 100%
Republican gain from Democratic

District 2

2nd Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Vincent Mazzeo (incumbent) 23,211 26.71%
Democratic John Armato (incumbent) 21,892 25.19%
Republican Philip Guenther 20,905 24.05%
Republican John Risley, Jr. 20,906 24.05
Total votes 100%
Democratic hold

District 3

3rd Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John Burzichelli (incumbent) 23,327 27.85%
Democratic Adam Taliaferro (incumbent) 22,693 27.1%
Republican Beth Sawyer 19,346 23.1%
Republican Edward R. Durr 18,386 21.95%
Total votes 83,752 100%
Democratic hold

District 4

4th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Paul Moriarty (incumbent) 22,347 29.87%
Democratic Gabriela Mosquera (incumbent) 21,920 29.3%
Republican Paul Dilks 15,748 21.05%
Republican Stephen Pakradooni, Jr. 14,806 19.79%
Total votes 74,821 100%
Democratic hold

District 5

5th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic William Spearman (incumbent) 21,533 33.95%
Democratic William Moen, Jr. 20,743 32.7%
Republican Nicholas Kush 10,711 16.89%
Republican Kevin Ehret 10,442 16.46%
Total votes 63,429 100%
Democratic hold

District 6

6th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Louis Greenwald (incumbent) 30,166 34.7%
Democratic Pamela Lampitt (incumbent) 29,354 33.77%
Republican Cynthia Plucinski 13,801 15.88%
Republican John Papeika 13,612 15.66%
Total votes 86,933 100%

District 7

7th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Carol Murphy (incumbent) 28,735 37.64%
Democratic Herbert Conaway, Jr. (incumbent) 28,594 37.46%
Republican Peter Miller 17,348 22.73%
Independent Kathleen Cooley[a] 1,656 2.17%
Total votes 76,333 100%
Democratic hold

District 8

8th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jean Stanfield 24,310 25.41%
Republican Ryan Peters (incumbent) 24,168 25.26%
Democratic Gina LaPlaca 23,141 24.19%
Democratic Mark Natale 22,364 23.37%
Independent Tom Giangiulio, Jr.[b] 1,696 1.77%
Total votes 95,679 100%
Republican hold

District 9

9th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Brian Rumpf (incumbent) 35,190 34.8%
Republican DiAnne Gove (incumbent) 34,462 34.08%
Democratic Sarah Collins 16,246 16.07%
Democratic Wayne Lewis 15,211 15.04%
Total votes 101,109 100%
Republican hold

District 10

10th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Gregory McGuckin (incumbent) 31,212 31.48%
Republican John Catalano 30,345 30.6%
Democratic Eileen Della Volle 18,224 18.38%
Democratic Erin Wheeler 17,899 18.05%
Independent Vincent Barrella[c] 818 0.83%
Independent Ian Holmes[d] 653 0.66%
Total votes 99,151 100%
Republican hold

District 11

11th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Joann Downey (incumbent) 22,482 26.58%
Democratic Eric Houghtaling (incumbent) 22,415 26.5%
Republican Michael Amoroso 20,171 23.84%
Republican Matthew Woolley 19,525 23.08%
Total votes 84,593 100%
Democratic hold

District 12

12th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ronald Dancer (incumbent) 23,866 32.19%
Republican Robert Clifton (incumbent) 23,173 31.25%
Democratic David Lande 13,909 18.76%
Democratic Malini Guha 13,194 17.8%
Total votes 74,142 100%
Republican hold

District 13

13th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Gerard Scharfenberger 25,155 29.87%
Republican Serena DiMaso (incumbent) 24,649 29.27%
Democratic Barbara Singer 17,240 20.47%
Democratic Allison Friedman 17,181 20.4%
Total votes 84,225 100%
Republican hold

District 14

14th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Wayne DeAngelo (incumbent) 29,734 30.32%
Democratic Daniel Benson (incumbent) 29,012 29.59%
Republican Thomas Calabrese 19,791 20.18%
Republican Bina Shah 18,024 18.38%
Independent Michael Bollentin[e] 1,500 1.53%
Total votes 98,061 100%
Democratic hold

District 15

15th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Verlina Reynolds-Jackson (incumbent) 22,742 39.01%
Democratic Anthony Verrelli (incumbent) 22,141 37.98%
Republican Jennifer Williams 9,426 16.17%
Independent Edward Forchion[f] 2,447 4.2%
Independent Dioh Williams[g] 1,541 2.64%
Total votes 58,297 100%
Democratic hold

District 16

16th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Andrew Zwicker (incumbent) 26,280 27.85%
Democratic Roy Freiman (incumbent) 25,077 26.58%
Republican Mark Caliguire 21,606 22.9%
Republican Christine Madrid 21,387 22.67%
Total votes 94,350 100%
Democratic hold

District 17

17th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Joseph Egan (incumbent) 20,272 36.47%
Democratic Joseph Danielsen (incumbent) 20,108 36.18%
Republican Patricia Badovinac 7,612 13.69%
Republican Maria Conception Powell 7,592 13.66%
Total votes 55,584 100%
Democratic hold

District 18

18th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Nancy Pinkin (incumbent) 19,431 30.6%
Democratic Robert Karabinchak (incumbent) 18,727 29.49%
Republican Robert Bengivenga 13,002 20.47%
Republican Jeffrey Brown 12,349 19.44%
Total votes 63,509 100%
Democratic hold

District 19

19th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Craig Coughlin (incumbent) 17,878 33.52%
Democratic Yvonne Lopez (incumbent) 17,039 31.95%
Republican Rocco Genova 9,046 16.96%
Republican Christian Onuoha 8,705 16.32%
Independent William Cruz[h] 661 1.24%
Total votes 53,329 100%
Democratic hold

District 20

20th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Annette Quijano (incumbent) 13,173 40.75%
Democratic Jamel Holley (incumbent) 12,437 38.48%
Republican Charles Donnelly 3,496 10.82%
Republican Ashraf Hanna 3,218 9.96%
Total votes 32,324 100%
Democratic hold

District 21

21st Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jon Bramnick (incumbent) 28,787 26.31%
Republican Nancy Munoz (incumbent) 28,079 25.66%
Democratic Lisa Mandelblatt 25,452 23.26%
Democratic Stacey Gunderman 24,865 22.73%
Independent Martin Marks[i] 1,147 1.05%
Independent Harris Pappas[j] 1,081 0.99%
Total votes 109,411 100%
Republican hold

District 22

22nd Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Linda Carter (incumbent) 18,703 40.25%
Democratic James Kennedy (incumbent) 18,099 38.95%
Republican Patricia Quattrocchi 9,665 20.8%
Total votes 46,467 100%
Democratic hold

District 23

23rd Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican John DiMaio (incumbent) 27,887 30.41%
Republican Erik Peterson (incumbent) 27,758 30.27%
Democratic Denise King 18,093 19.73%
Democratic Marisa Trofimov 17,969 19.59%
Total votes 91,707 100%
Republican hold

District 24

24th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Parker Space (incumbent) 30,380 34.78%
Republican Harold Wirths (incumbent) 28,953 33.15%
Democratic Deana Lykins 14,704 16.83%
Democratic Dan Soloman Smith 13,313 15.24%
Total votes 87,350 100%
Republican hold

District 25

25th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Anthony Bucco, Jr. (incumbent) 26,848 27.19%
Republican Brian Bergen 25,552 25.87%
Democratic Lisa Bhimani 23,505 23.8%
Democratic Darcy Draeger 22,850 23.14%
Total votes 98,755 100%
Republican hold

District 26

26th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican BettyLou DeCroce (incumbent) 24,706 28.5%
Republican Jay Webber (incumbent) 24,451 28.21%
Democratic Christine Clarke 18,813 21.7%
Democratic Laura Fortgang 18,711 21.59%
Total votes 86,681 100%
Republican hold

District 27

27th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John McKeon (incumbent) 26,062 32.6%
Democratic Mila Jasey (incumbent) 25,282 31.63%
Republican Michael Dailey 14,353 17.96%
Republican Mauro Tucci 14,236 17.81%
Total votes 79,933 100%
Democratic hold

District 28

28th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ralph Caputo (incumbent) 15,396 41.29%
Democratic Cleopatra Tucker (incumbent) 15,163 40.67%
Republican Joy Bembry-Freeman 3,181 8.53%
Republican Antonio Pires 2,946 7.9%
Independent Derrick Ross 598 1.6%
Total votes 37,284 100%
Democratic hold

District 29

29th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Eliana Pintor Marin (incumbent) 7,957 40.73%
Democratic Shanique Speight (incumbent) 7,652 39.17%
Republican John Anello 1,545 7.91%
Republican Jeannette Veras 1,399 7.16%
Independent Yolanda Johnson[k] 529 2.71%
Independent Nichelle Velazquez[l] 455 2.33%
Total votes 19,537 100%
Democratic hold

District 30

30th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Sean Kean (incumbent) 24,810 36.35%
Republican Edward Thomson (incumbent) 23,078 33.82%
Democratic Steven Farkas 9,781 14.33%
Democratic Jason Celik 9,391 13.76%
Independent Hank Schroeder[m] 1,186 1.74%
Total votes 68,246 100%
Republican hold

District 31

31st Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Angela McKnight (incumbent) 18,432 43.22%
Democratic Nicholas Chiaravalloti (incumbent) 16,750 39.27%
Republican Jason Mushnick 3,792 8.89%
Republican Mary Kay Palange 3,674 8.61%
Total votes 33,893 100%
Democratic hold

District 32

32nd Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Angelica Jimenez (incumbent) 13,974 40.48%
Democratic Pedro Mejia (incumbent) 13,485 39.06%
Republican Ann Carletta 3,551 10.29%
Republican Francesca Curreli 3,514 10.18%
Total votes 29,548 100%
Democratic hold

District 33

33rd Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Raj Mukherji (incumbent) 23,644 42.41%
Democratic Annette Chaparro (incumbent) 23,572 42.28%
Republican Holly Lucyk 4,462 8%
Republican Fabian Rohena 4,075 7.31%
Total votes 49,855 100%
Democratic hold

District 34

34th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Thomas Giblin (incumbent) 17,849 41.62%
Democratic Britnee Timberlake (incumbent) 17,441 40.66%
Republican Bharat Rana 3,527 8.22%
Republican Irene DeVita 3,453 8.05%
Independent Clenard Childress, Jr.[n] 620 1.45%
Total votes 42,319 100%
Democratic hold

District 35

35th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Benjie Wimberly (incumbent) 13,213 43.61%
Democratic Shavonda Sumter (incumbent) 13,173 43.48%
Republican Tamer Mamkej 3,909 12.9%
Total votes 30,295 100%

District 36

36th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Gary Schaer (incumbent) 14,990 30.86%
Democratic Clinton Calabrese (incumbent) 14,901 30.68%
Republican Foster Lowe 9,350 19.25%
Republican Khaldoun Androwis 9,336 19.22%
Total votes 47,346 100%
Democratic hold

District 37

37th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Gordon Johnson (incumbent) 19,602 36.05%
Democratic Valerie Vainieri Huttle (incumbent) 19,475 35.81%
Republican Angela Hendricks 7,484 13.76%
Republican Gino Tessaro 7,333 13.48%
Libertarian Claudio Belusic 485 0.89%
Total votes 54,090 100%
Democratic hold

District 38

38th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Lisa Swain (incumbent) 19,887 27.22%
Democratic P. Christopher Tully (incumbent) 19,571 26.79%
Republican Christopher DiPiazza 16,872 23.1%
Republican Michael Kazimir 16,724 22.89%
Total votes 72,851 100%
Democratic hold

District 39

39th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Holly Schepisi (incumbent) 27,125 28.54%
Republican Robert Auth (incumbent) 25,494 26.82%
Democratic John Birkner 21,434 22.55%
Democratic Gerald Falotico 20,989 22.08%
Total votes 95,042 100%
Republican hold

District 40

40th Legislative District General Election, 2019[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Kevin Rooney (incumbent) 21,117 28.82%
Republican Christopher DePhillips (incumbent) 20,576 28.08%
Democratic Julie O'Brien 15,872 21.66%
Democratic Michael Sedon 15,706 21.44%
Total votes 73,271 100%
Republican hold

Notes

Source for notes[14]
  1. ^ Party listed as True Blue Unbossed.
  2. ^ Party listed as MAGA Conservative.
  3. ^ Party listed as Integrity Experience Leadership.
  4. ^ Party listed as Addressing Systemic Issues.
  5. ^ Party listed as Integrity And Accountability.
  6. ^ Party listed as Legalize Marijuana Party.
  7. ^ Party listed as Legalize Marijuana Party.
  8. ^ Party listed as Independent.
  9. ^ Party listed as Independent Conservative.
  10. ^ Party listed as Independent Conservative.
  11. ^ Party listed as Jobs, Equal Rights.
  12. ^ Party listed as Jobs, Equal Rights.
  13. ^ Party listed as The Other Candidate.
  14. ^ Party listed as Stop The Insanity!

References

  1. ^ Contento, Nina (January 2, 2019). "Former State Senator Jeff Van Drew Prepares for Washington, D.C." SNJ Today. Retrieved January 20, 2019.
  2. ^ Franklin, Chris (January 7, 2019). "It's a game of musical chairs in 1st Legislative district after Van Drew heads to Washington". NJ.com. Retrieved January 20, 2019.
  3. ^ "Official General Election Results: State Senate" (PDF). Department of State New Jersey Division of Elections. December 2, 2019. Retrieved January 4, 2019.
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  5. ^ a b "Official List, Candidates for State Senate For PRIMARY ELECTION 06/04/2019 Election" (PDF). Secretary of State of New Jersey. April 11, 2019. Retrieved April 25, 2019.
  6. ^ Hurley, Harry; Coleman, Chris (November 20, 2018). "MICHAEL TESTA TO RUN FOR NJ STATE SENATE IN DISTRICT 1". WPGG. Retrieved May 12, 2019.
  7. ^ Brunetti Post, Michelle; Barlow, Bill (January 17, 2019). "Milam to replace Andrzejczak in Assembly; Fiocchi running for Senate". The Press of Atlantic City. Retrieved May 12, 2019.
  8. ^ Wildstein, David (March 13, 2019). "Testa wins Cape May; Fiocchi drops out". New Jersey Globe. Retrieved May 12, 2019.
  9. ^ "Official List, Candidates for State Senate For GENERAL ELECTION 11/07/2017 Election" (PDF). Secretary of State of New Jersey. November 29, 2017. Archived from the original (PDF) on December 5, 2017. Retrieved December 3, 2017.
  10. ^ Trethan, Phaedra (March 14, 2019). "Jones won't seek reelection to Assembly seat". Courier-Post. Retrieved March 16, 2019.
  11. ^ Westhoven, William (May 11, 2018). "Michael Patrick Carroll confirms NJ Assembly exit; will seek county surrogate seat". Daily Record. Retrieved January 20, 2019.
  12. ^ Cervenka, Susanne; Zimmer, Russ (October 8, 2018). "Amy Handlin retiring from New Jersey Assembly". Asbury Park Press. Retrieved January 20, 2019.
  13. ^ Larsen, Erik (January 23, 2019). "Longtime NJ assemblyman from Brick will not seek re-election". Asbury Park Press. Retrieved January 24, 2019.
  14. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao "Official General Election Results: General Assembly" (PDF). Department of State New Jersey Division of Elections. December 2, 2019. Retrieved January 4, 2019.
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