New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety - Division of Elections
|2009 New Jersey Gubernatorial
Primary Filing Deadline: 4/6/09, Primary: 6/2/09, Independent Filing Deadline: 6/2/09, Withdrawal Deadline: 9/4/09, General Election: 11/3/09,
Last Updated: June 2, 2009
|Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties, |
|Governor, 52.65% in '05, Polls|
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: No Clear Favorite, Chris Cillizza: One of the Most Likely Governor to Switch Party, Cook Political Report: Lean Democratic,
|Jon S. Corzine (D) 77.1%,
Ex-Glen Ridge Mayor Carl A. Bergmanson (D) 8.7%, Jeffrey "Jeff" Boss (D) 8.3%, '04 & '09 congressional candidate Roger Bacon (D) 6.0%,
|ex-U.S. Att. Christopher J. "Chris" Christie (R) 55.0%,
'98 congressional nominee / '05 Gov. candidate / Bogota Mayor Steven M. "Steve" Lonegan (R) 42.2%, St. AM. Richard A. "Rick" Merkt (R) 2.7%,
|ex-EPA administrator Christopher J. Daggett (I), |
|'93 nominee / attorney Kenneth R. Kaplan (L),|
|'94 & '04 Congressional nominee/ '00, '02 & '06 Senate nominee / Gregory "Greg" Pason (S),|
|Jason Cullen (I),|
|Joshua Leinsdorf (I),|
|'08 congressional candidate Alvin Lindsay Jr. (I),|
|David R. Meiswinkle (I),|
|Kosta Petris (I), |
|attorney Gary T. Steele (I),|
|'08 congressional candidate Gary Stein (I),|
1. Link to Predictions:
2. D.C.'s Political Report's stars indicate the rating of the race from 1 star to 5 stars depending on its entertainment value.
The color indicates D.C.'s Political Report's prediction of the winning party.
| = Democrat retain control,
|| = Democrats take over control,
| = Republican retain control,
|| = Republicans take over control,
| = Independent / 3rd Party retains control,
|| = Independent / 3rd Party take over control
|Bold indicates incumbent.
||Yellow district indicates open races.
|Light Blue boxes indicates Democrats maintained control.
||Light Red boxes indicates Republicans maintained control.
|Blue boxes indicates Democrats took control.
||Red boxes indicates Republicans took control.
3. Key to New Jersey Political Parties: