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New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety - Division of Elections
1988 New Jersey Presidential and Congressional Results
Key to Party Identification
President
Governor Michael Dukakis (D) Vice President George H. W. Bush (R) Herbert Lewin (P&F), ex-U.S. Rep. Ronad E. "Ron" Paul (L), Lenora B. Fulani (NewA), ex-U.S. Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy (Con), journalist Willia Kenoyer (S), St. Rep. David E. Duke (Pop), James Mac Warren (SW), Larry Holmes (WW), Edward Winn (WL),
Senator
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democratic,
Frank R. Lautenberg (D) Peter M. Dawkins (R) Joseph F. Job (I), Jerry Zeldin (L), Thomas A. Fiske (SW),
1st Congressional District, Jim Florio (D) elected Governor in 1987
Robert E. Andrews (D) Frank A. Chistaudo (R) Richard Bartucci (L),
2nd Congressional District
William J. Hughes (D) Kirk W. Conover (R) Richard A. Schindewolf, Jr. (Cns)
3rd Congressional District, James J. Howard (D) retiring
Frank Pallone, Jr. (D) Joseph Azzolina (R) William Stewart (L),
4th Congressional District
Betty Holland (D) Christopher H. Smith (R) Judson M. Carter (I), Daniel A. Maiullo, Jr. (L),
5th Congressional District
Lee Monaco (D) Marge Roukema (R) Daniel M. Karlan (L)
6th Congressional District
Bernard J. Dwyer (D) Peter J. Sica (R) Howard F. Schoen (L), Joan Paltrineri (SW),
7th Congressional District
James Hely (D) Matthew J. Rinaldo (R)
8th Congressional District
Robert A. Roe (D) No Republican
9th Congressional District
Robert G. Toricelli (D) Roger J. Lane (R) Richard J. Kemly (I)
10th Congressional District, Peter Rodino (D) retiring
Donald M. Payne (D) Michael Webb (R) Anthony Imperiale (I), Mindy Birdno (SW), Alvin Curtis (I), Alan Bowser (I),
11th Congressional District
John C. Shaw (D) Dean A. Gallo (R)
12th Congressional District, lost 1987 Governor race
Norman J. Weinstein (D) Jim Courter (R) Stephen Friedlander (L)
13th Congressional District
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Republican,
James B. Smith (D) H. James "Jim" Saxton (R)
14th Congressional District
Frank J. Guarini (D) Fred J. Theemling, Jr. (R) John A. Jones (I), Christopher White (I), John Rummel (Com), Peter Galbo (I),

1. Key to Party Identification.
(Com) = Communist Party
(Cns) = Conservative Party
(Con) = Consumer Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NewA) = New Alliance Party
(P&F) = Peace and Freedom Party
(Pop) = Populist Party
(R) = Republican Party
(S) = Socialist Party
(SW) = Socialist Workers Party
(WL) = Workers League
(WW) = Workers World
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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