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New Jersey Democratic State Committee

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Democratic Party of New Jersey
ChairpersonJohn Currie
GovernorPhil Murphy
Senate majority leaderLoretta Weinberg
Assembly majority leaderLouis Greenwald
Senate presidentSteve Sweeney
Assembly speakerCraig Coughlin
HeadquartersTrenton, NJ
Modern liberalism
Political positionCenter-left
National affiliationDemocratic Party
Colors  Blue
Seats in the US Senate
2 / 2
Seats in the US House
10 / 12
State Senate Seats
25 / 40
General Assembly Seats
52 / 80
County Executives
4 / 5
County Clerks
10 / 21
County Sheriffs
11 / 21
County Surrogates
11 / 21
County Freeholders
82 / 137

The New Jersey Democratic State Committee (NJDSC) is the affiliate of the Democratic Party in the state of New Jersey. John Currie is serving as chairman and Peg Schaffer is the vice-chairwoman.[1]

Party platform

The party follows the platform of the Democratic National Committee.[2]

Party structure

The NJDSC is the state affiliate of the U.S. Democratic Party with an executive committee composed of 13 state Democratic officials. In addition the party has Democratic County Chairs for each of the state's 21 counties.

Current elected officials

The New Jersey Democratic Party holds a majority in the New Jersey Senate and the New Jersey General Assembly. The party also holds both U.S. Senate seats, 10 of the state's 12 U.S. House seats and controls the governor's and lieutenant governor's offices.

Members of Congress

Democrats comprise 12 of New Jersey's 14-member Congressional delegation - including both US Senators and 10 member of the House of Representatives.

U.S. Senate

Democrats have controlled both of New Jersey's seats in the U.S. Senate since 2013:

U.S. House of Representatives

Out of the 12 seats New Jersey is apportioned in the U.S. House of Representatives, 10 are held by Democrats:

Statewide officials

Democrats control both of the elected statewide offices:

State legislative leaders

State Representatives

New Jersey Senate

District Name Party Residence First served
District 3 Stephen M. Sweeney Dem West Deptford Township 2002
District 4 Fred H. Madden Dem Washington Township (Gloucester) 2004
District 5 Nilsa Cruz-Perez Dem Barrington 2014
District 6 James Beach Dem Voorhees Township 2009
District 7 Troy Singleton Dem Palmyra 2018
District 8 Dawn Marie Addiego Dem Evesham Township 2010
District 11 Vin Gopal Dem Long Branch 2018
District 14 Linda R. Greenstein Dem Plainsboro Township 2010
District 15 Shirley Turner Dem Lawrence Township (Mercer) 1998
District 17 Bob Smith Dem Piscataway 2002
District 18 Patrick J. Diegnan Dem South Plainfield 2016
District 19 Joe Vitale Dem Woodbridge Township 1998
District 20 Joseph Cryan Dem Union Township (Union) 2018
District 22 Nicholas Scutari Dem Linden 2004
District 27 Richard Codey Dem Roseland 1982
District 28 Ronald Rice Dem Newark 1986
District 29 Teresa Ruiz Dem Newark 2008
District 31 Sandra Bolden Cunningham Dem Jersey City 2007
District 32 Nicholas Sacco Dem North Bergen 1994
District 33 Brian P. Stack Dem Union City 2008
District 34 Nia Gill Dem Montclair 2002
District 35 Nellie Pou Dem North Haledon 2012
District 36 Paul Sarlo Dem Wood-Ridge 2003
District 37 Loretta Weinberg Dem Teaneck 2005
District 38 Joseph Lagana Dem Paramus 2018

New Jersey Assembly

District Name Residence First served
District 2 John Armato Buena Vista Township 2018
Vince Mazzeo Northfield 2014
District 3 John J. Burzichelli Paulsboro 2002
Adam Taliaferro Woolwich Township 2015
District 4 Paul Moriarty Washington Township (Gloucester) 2006
Gabriela Mosquera Gloucester Township 2012
District 5 Patricia Egan Jones Barrington 2015
William Spearman Camden 2018
District 6 Louis Greenwald Voorhees Township 1996
Pamela Rosen Lampitt Cherry Hill 2006
District 7 Herb Conaway Delanco Township 1998
Carol A. Murphy Mount Laurel 2018
District 11 Joann Downey Freehold Township 2016
Eric Houghtaling Neptune Township 2016
District 14 Daniel R. Benson Hamilton Township (Mercer) 2011
Wayne DeAngelo Hamilton Township (Mercer) 2008
District 15 Verlina Reynolds-Jackson Trenton 2018
Anthony Verrelli Hopewell Township (Mercer) 2018
District 16 Roy Freiman Hillsborough Township 2018
Andrew Zwicker South Brunswick 2016
District 17 Joseph Danielsen Franklin Township (Somerset) 2014
Joseph V. Egan New Brunswick 2002
District 18 Robert Karabinchak Edison 2016
Nancy Pinkin East Brunswick 2014
District 19 Craig Coughlin Woodbridge Township 2010
Yvonne Lopez Perth Amboy 2018
District 20 Jamel Holley Roselle 2015
Annette Quijano Elizabeth 2008
District 22 Linda Carter Plainfield 2018
James J. Kennedy Rahway 2016
District 27 Mila Jasey South Orange 2007
John F. McKeon West Orange 2002
District 28 Ralph R. Caputo Bloomfield 2008
Cleopatra Tucker Newark 2008
District 29 Eliana Pintor Marin Newark 2013
Shanique Speight Newark 2018
District 31 Nicholas Chiaravalloti Bayonne 2016
Angela V. McKnight Jersey City 2016
District 32 Angelica M. Jimenez West New York 2012
Pedro Mejia Secaucus 2018
District 33 Annette Chaparro Hoboken 2016
Raj Mukherji Jersey City 2014
District 34 Thomas P. Giblin Montclair 2006
Britnee Timberlake East Orange 2018
District 35 Shavonda E. Sumter Paterson 2012
Benjie Wimberly Paterson 2012
District 36 Clinton Calabrese Cliffside Park 2018
Gary Schaer Passaic 2006
District 37 Valerie Huttle Englewood 2006
Gordon M. Johnson Englewood 2002
District 38 Lisa Swain Fair Lawn 2018
Chris Tully Bergenfield 2018

Party financing

On January 19, 2006 the Star-Ledger published the findings of quarterly reports by the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission. The reports found that the NJDSC had raised almost $6 million and spent over $6 million in the 2005 election year. The organization representing Democratic Members of the Assembly, called the Democratic Assembly Campaign Committee, had raised a little over $6.5 million and spent about $6.7 million. The organization representing Democratic State Senators, called the Senate Democratic Majority, had raised approximately $1.3 million and spent $1 million. In total the three State Democratic organizations had raised nearly $14 million and spent about $14.1 million in 2005.

In comparison, the New Jersey Republican State Committee, the state affiliate of the Republican Party, had raised about $2.2 million and spent $2.1 million. The organization representing Republican Assemblymen called the Assembly Republican Victory had raised $2.2 million and spent $2.4 million. The organization representing the Republican State Senators called the Senate Republican Majority had raised a little more than $700,000 and spent about $640,000. In total the three State Republican organizations had raised $5.2 million and spent around $5.2 million.[3][4]

List of chairmen and chairwomen

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Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States (1913-1921)


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  2. ^ "THE 2016 DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM". Archived from the original on 2017-12-20. Retrieved 2018-02-06.
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