Presidential Election Day: Nov. 8, 2016

Primary: June 7, 2016

New Jersey Senate and Congressional Candidates - Next Election is in 2018

New Jersey Candidates for Senator
New Jersey Candidates for Senator

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New Jersey Senate Candidates - Announced, Potential, and Rumored Senatorial Candidates

Republican and Democrat Candidates for New Jersey Senator Primary Election

Bob Menendez (D)
Donald Norcross (D)
Jerry Watson (R)

NJ New Jersey Candidates for Congress

New Jersey Congress Candidates
New Jersey Congressional Candidates

District 1:
Donald Norcross (D)
Bob Patterson (R)
Bill Sihr (Libertarian)
Mike Berman (Independent)
Scot-John Tomaszewski (Independent)

District 2:
Frank LoBiondo (R)
Dave Cole (D)
John Ordille (Libertarian)
Eric Beechwood (Independent)
Steve Fenichel (Independent)
Gabriel Brian Franco (Independent)
James Keenan (Independent)

District 3:
Tom MacArthur (R)
Frederick John LaVergne (D)
Larry Berlinski (Constitution)
James Marcotullio (Libertarian)

District 4:
Chris Smith (R)
Lorna Phillipson (D)
Jeremy Marcus (Libertarian)
Hank Schroeder (Independent)
David Sugarman (Independent)

District 5:
E. Scott Garrett (R)
Josh Gottheimer (D)
Claudio Belusic (Libertarian)

District 6:
Frank Pallone (D)
Brent Sonnek-Schmelz (R)
Rajit Malliah (Green)
Judith Shamy (Libertarian)
Inder Soni (Independent)
Herb Tarbous (Independent)

District 7:
Leonard Lance (R)
Peter Jacob (D)
Arthur Haussmann (Conservative)
Dan O'Neill (Libertarian)

District 8:
Albio Sires (D)
Agha Khan (R)
Dan Delaney (Libertarian)
Pablo Olivera (Independent)

District 9:
Bill Pascrell (D)
Hector Castillo (R)
Diego Rivera (Libertarian)
Jeff Boss (Independent)

District 10:
Donald Payne Jr. (D)
David Pinckney (R)
Aaron Fraser (Independent)
Joanne Miller (Independent)

District 11:
Rodney Frelinghuysen (R)
Joe Wenzel (D)
Jeff Hetrick (Libertarian)
Thomas DePasquale (Independent)

District 12:
Bonnie Watson-Coleman (D)
Steven Uccio (R)
Steve Welzer (Green)
Thomas Fitzpatrick (Libertarian)
Michael Bollentin (Independent)
Ed Forchion (Independent)
Robert Shapiro (Independent)


History of New Jersey. Information that every New Jersey Election Candidates for US Senate Should Know:

The history of New Jersey goes back to Dutch and Swedish communities established prior to settlement by the English.

1609 - Henry Hudson sails into Newark Bay.
After 1638 - Swedes and Finns predominated in the Delaware Valley.
1655 - Annexed by the New Netherlands colony.
1664 - The northernmost point of the Delaware was granted to Lord John Berkeley and Sir George Carteret.
Quintipartite Deed of 1676 - Divided the province into East and West Jersey. East was held by Carteret and West by Lord John Berkelry.
1681 - William Penn and 11 other Quakers bought East Jersey from Carteret's widow.
1702 - Voluntarily governmental powers were surrendered to the crown; still holding on to their rights to the land.
1738 - Lewis Morris appointed governor of New Jersey.
1740's - Land title disputes and opposition to the proprietors culminated in riots.
1776 - Provincial congress adopted a constitution and declared New Jersey a state.


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