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2002 New Jersey Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Primary: 6/4/02,
Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties, State Media,
Senator, 52.5% in '96, 1st term,
Robert G. "Bob" Torricelli (D), businessman / ex-West Windsor Mayor Douglas R. Forrester (R) 44.4%, St. Sen. Diane B. Allen (R) 36.9%, St. Sen. John J. Matheussen (R) 18.7%, activist John "Ted" Glick (G), Elizabeth Macron (L), '00 nominee / '94 congressional nominee Greg Pason (S), college professor / '00 GOP candidate Murray Sabrin (I), retired police officer Gary Galligan (I),
1st Congressional District, 76.2% in '00, 6th term
Robert E. Andrews (D), attorney George Gallenthin (R/WI) 92 votes, financial analyst Mark Otto (R/WI) 17 votes, (needed 100 votes to win nomination)
2nd Congressional District, 66.5% in '00, 4th term,
'00 candidate / professor Steven A. Farkas (D), Frank A. LoBiondo (R), Roger Merle (G), '01 Governor nominee / '00 nominee Constantino "Tino" Rozzo (S),
3rd Congressional District, 56.1% in '00, 9th term
ex-Dover Mayor Richard Strada (D), Jim Saxton (R),
4th Congressional District, 61.2% in '00, 11st term
town prosecutor Mary Brennan (D), Christopher H. Smith (R), Keith Quarles (L), businessman Donald Graham (I),
5th Congressional District, 65.3% in '00, Marge Roukema (R) retiring after 11th term,
ophthalmologist Ann Sumers (D), St. Assemblyman / trial attorney / '00 primary candidate / E. Scott Garrett (R) 44.9%, St. AM David C. Russo (R) 25.8%, St. Sen. Gerald Cardinale (R) 25.3%, ex-telecommunications executive Akram Yosri Abdelenhman (R) 2.1%, marketing manager Brian Fox (R) 1.8%, ex-st. party chair Dan Karlan (L), Tom Phelan (AR),
6th Congressional District, 67.4% in '00, 8th term
Frank Pallone Jr. (D), professor Ric Medrow (R), Barry Allen (L), Richard D. Strong (G), Mac Dara Francis X. Lyden (I),
7th Congressional District, 49.5% in '00, 1th term
businessman / ex-st. human services comm'r. / businessman Timothy Carden (D) 91%, Tyrone C. Ross (D) 9%, Michael A. "Mike" Ferguson (R), Darren Young (L),
8th Congressional District, 67.1% in '00, 3rd term,
William J. "Bill" Pascrell Jr. (D), attorney Jared Silverman (R), peace activist / '00 nominee Joseph A. "Joe" Fortunato (G),
9th Congressional District, 67.8% in '00, 3rd term
Steven R. Rothman (D), telecommunications marketer Joseph Glass (R),
10th Congressional District, 87.5% in '00, 7th term
Donald M. Payne (D) 83.4%, minister Edward A. Allen (D) 9.3%, Edmund Proctor (D) 7.3%, Andrea Wintz (R),
11th Congressional District, 68.0% in '00, 4th term
attorney Vijayant "Vij" Pawar (D), Rodney P. Frelinghuysen (R),
12th Congressional District, 48.7% in '00, 2nd term
Rush Dew Holt (D), Sec. of St. DeForest B. "Buster" Soaries Jr. (R) 80.5%, Deborah Jones (R) 19.5%, Tom Abrams (L), Karen Anne Zaletel (Cns),
13th Congressional District, 78.5% in '00, 6th term
Robert Menendez (D), '01 St. Sen. candidate James Geron (R), Pat Henry Faulkner (G), '00 nominee Dick Hester (C), '00 candidate Herbert H. Shaw (I),

1. Key to New Jersey Political Parties
(AR) = American Reform Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party
(S) = Socialist Party

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