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New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety - Division of Elections
2000 New Jersey Democratic Presidential Primary Results
June 6, 2000
Al Gore 89.6%
Lyndon LaRouche 10.4%
2000 New Jersey Republican Presidential Primary Results
June 6, 2000
George W. Bush 84.9%
Alan Keyes 15.1%

2000 New Jersey Congressional Primary Results
June 6, 2000
Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties
ex-CEO of Goldman Sachs & Co. Jon S. Corzine (D) 58%, ex-Gov. / ex-U.S. Rep. James J. "Jim" Florio (D) 42%, U.S. Rep. Robert D. "Bob" Franks (R) 35.5%, St. Sen. William L. "Bill" Gormley (R) 34.2%, Essec Co. Exec. James W. "Jim" Treffinger (R) 17.7%, '97 Libertarain Gov. nominee / college professor Murray Sabrin (R) 12.7%, conservative radio commentator Bob Grant (I), nurse / pro-life activist / '96 Congressional nominee Lorraine L. LaNeve (Cns), songwriter Pat DiNizio (Rfm), veteran Emerson Ellett (L), Greg Pason (S), attorney Bruce Afran (G),
1st Congressional District
Robert E. Andrews (D) attorney Charlene Cathcart (R) liberal activist Elizabeth Richardson (I)
2nd Congressional District
retired professor Edward G. Janosik (D) 82.8%, '98 write in candidate college administrator Steven A. Farkas (D) 17.2%, Frank A. LoBiondo (R)
3rd Congressional District
Chery Hill Mayor Susan Bass Levin (D) Jim Saxton (R) Chris Weimann (L)
4th Congressional District
St. Assemblymember Reed Gusciora (D) Christopher H. Smith (R) Robert Hull (L), Stu Chaifetz (G),
5th Congressional District
attorney Linda A. Mercurio (D) Marge Roukema (R) 51.9%, St. Assemblyman / trial attorney E. Scott Garrett (R) 48.1%, ex-state party chair Dan Karlan (L), Ira Goodman (Rfm),
6th Congressional District
Frank Pallone, Jr. (D) ex-St. Sen. Brian T. Kennedy (R) 66.3%, attorney Charles T. Hutchins (R) 33.7%, Steve Nagle (L), Earl Gray (G),
7th Congressional District
ex-Fanwood Mayor / '98 nominee / ex-AT&T executive Maryanne S. Connelly (D), 45.3%attorney / ex-congressional aide Joel Farley (D) 1.7%, Warren Township councilman Jeffrey Golkin (D) 8.3%, Union County manager Michael J. Lapolla (D) 44.7%, prof. / 1998 5th Congressional District nominee Michael A. "Mike" Ferguson (R) 40.9%, ex-congressional aide Thomas H. Kean Jr. (R) 27.7%, attorney / ex-congressional aide Patrick Morrisey (R) 8.6%, St. Assemblyman Joel M. Weingarten (R) 22.8%, Darren Young (L), Jerry Coleman (G),
8th Congressional District
William J. "Bill" Pascrell, Jr. (D) attorney Anthony Fusco Jr. (R) 79.0%, retiree / ex-Conservative party activist Bernard Anthony George (R) 21.0%, Rich Altrath (L), Joe Fortunato (G), Sargis (S),
9th Congressional District
Steven R. Rothman (D) ex-Fair Lawn Mayor Joseph Tedeschi (R)
10th Congressional District
Donald M. Payne (D) RNC committeeman Dirk B. Weber (R)
11th Congressional District
attorney / '98 nominee John P. Scollo (D) Rodney P. Frelinghuysen (R), John Piekarski (G)
12th Congressional District
Rush Holt (D) ex-U.S. Rep. Richard "Dick" Zimmer (R) 61.9%, ex-U.S. Rep. Mike Pappas (R) 38.1%, Worth Winslow (L)
13th Congressional District
Robert Menendez (D) '98 nominee Theresa de León (R) 57.1%, Carlos E. Munoz (R) 24.4%, realtor Harold "Hal" Turner (R) 18.5%, Claudette Meliere (G)

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
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party
(S) = Socialist Party

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