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New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety - Division of Elections
1990 New Jersey Congressional and Statewide Results
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D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democratic,
Bill Bradley (D) 50.4% Christine Todd Whitman (R) 47.4% Louis M. Stefanelli (L) 0.7%, John L. Kucek (Pop) 1.0%, Dan Mackle (SW) 0.4%,
1st Congressional District, James J. Florio (D) elected Governor
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democratic,
Robert E. Andrews (D) 54.1% Daniel J. Mangini (R) 42.8% Jerry Zeldin (L) 1.2%, William Henry Harris (Pop) 0.8%, Walter E. Konstanty (I) 1.1%,
2nd Congressional District
William J. Hughes (D) 88.2% No Republican William A. Kanengiser (Pop) 11.8%
3rd Congressional District
Frank Pallone, Jr. (D) 49.1% Paul A. Kapalko (R) 46.5% William Stewart (L) 1.2%, Joseph A. Plonski (Pop) 0.5%, Richard D. McKean (I) 2.8%,
4th Congressional District
Mark Setaro (D) 34.5% Christopher H. Smith (R) 62.7% Carl Peters (L) 1.4%, Joseph J. Notarangelo (Pop) 0.8%, J. M. Carter (I) 0.6%,
5th Congressional District
Lawrence Wayne Olsen (D) 22.4% Marge Roukema (R) 75.7% Mark Richards (Pop) 1.9%,
6th Congressional District
Bernard J. Dwyer (D) 50.6% Paul "Daniels" Danielczyk (R) 46.1% Howard F. Schoen (L) 1.4%, Randolph Waller (Pop) 1.9%,
7th Congressional District
Bruce H. Bergen (D) 23.2% Matthew J. Rinaldo (R) 74.6% Thomas V. Sarnowski (Pop) 2.2%
8th Congressional District
Robert A. Roe (D) 76.9% Bruce Eden (R) 4.9% Stephen Sibilia (Cns) 18.2%
9th Congressional District
Robert G. Toricelli (D) 53.3% Peter J. Russo (R) 45.0% Chester Grabowski (Pop) 1.7%
10th Congressional District
Donald M. Payne (D) 81.4% Howard E. Berkeley (R) 17.3% George Mehrabian (SW) 1.2%
11th Congressional District
Michael Gordon (D) 33.0% Dean A. Gallo (R) 64.5% Jasper "Jack" Gould (Pop) 2.5%
12th Congressional District
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Republican,
Marguerite Chandler (D) 31.0% Richard A. "Dick" Zimmer (R) 64.0% Michael A. Notarangelo (Pop) 0.8%, Joan I. Bottcher (I) 2.6%, C. Max Kortepeter (I) 1.4%,
13th Congressional District
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Republican,
John H. Adler (D) 39.4% Jim Saxton (R) 58.2% Howard Scott Pearlman (I) 2.4%
14th Congressional District
Frank J. Guarini (D) 66.2% Fred J. Theemling, Jr. (R) 29.2% Donald K. Stoveken, Sr. (Pop) 0.6%, Jane E. Harris (SW) 1.5%, Michael Ziruolo (I) 2.1%, Louis Vernotico (I) 0.4%,

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(Cns) = Conservative Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(Pop) = Populist Party - in alliance with America First Party in New Jersey
(R) = Republican Party
(SW) = Socialist Workers Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates

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