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New Jersey Governor Candidates



General Presidential Election: November 8, 2016

Presidential Primary Election Day: June 7, 2016
State Primary Election Day: June 7, 2016

NJ Gubernatorial Candidates 2017 Democrat and Republican

New Jersey Governor Candidates 2017
New Jersey Govenor

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New Jersey Governor

Chris Christie (R)

New Jersey Governor Candidates - Next Election is in 2017

Kip Bateman (R)
Jon Bramnick (R)
Jack Ciattarelli (R)
Mike Doherty (R)
Shaun Golden (R)
Kim Guadagno (R)
Tom Kean Jr. (R)
Jay Webber (R)
Richard Codey (D)
Steve Fulop (D)
Lou Greenwald (D)
Ray Lesniak (D)
Phil Murphy (D)
Stephen Sweeney (D)
Ron Rice (D)
Troy Singleton (D)
John Wisniewski (D)
Joe DiVincenzo (D)

New Jersey Congressional Candidates
New Jersey Congress Candidates

New Jersey Congressional Candidates

District 1:
Donald Norcross (D)
Alex Law (D)
Bob Patterson (R)

District 2:
Frank LoBiondo (R)
Dave Cole (D)
Tino Rozzo (D)
James Keenan (Independent)

District 3:
Tom MacArthur (R)
Jim Keady (D)
Frederick John LaVergne (D)

District 4:
Chris Smith (R)
Bruce MacDonald (R)
Lorna Phillipson (D)

District 5:
E. Scott Garrett (R)
Michael Cino (R)
Peter Vallorosi (R)
Josh Gottheimer (D)

District 6:
Frank Pallone (D)
Brent Sonnek-Schmelz (R)

District 7:
Leonard Lance (R)
Craig Heard (R)
David Larsen (R)
Peter Jacob (D)

District 8:
Albio Sires (D)
Eloy Delgado (D)
Agha Khan (R)

District 9:
Bill Pascrell (D)
Hector Castillo (R)

District 10:
Donald Payne Jr. (D)
David Pinckney (R)

District 11:
Rodney Frelinghuysen (R)
Rick Van Glahn (R)
Lee Ann Brogowski (D)
Richard McFarlane (D)
Joe Wenzel (D)

District 12:
Bonnie Watson-Coleman (D)
Alex Kucsma (D)
Steven Uccio (R)


History of New Jersey. Information that every New Jersey Election Candidate for Governor Should Know.

The New Jersey State Seal

The first people to live on the land now known as New Jersey were the Delaware Indians. They lived here starting at least 10,000 years ago. Anywhere from 8,000 to 20,000 Delaware Indians lived in the area when the first Europeans arrived. Their name means "original people" or "genuine people." They spoke an Algonquian dialect.

Though they were considered one tribe, the Delaware Indians didn't act as one unified group. Instead, they lived in small communities made up mostly of extended family members. The men would hunt or fish during the day. Depending on the season they might search for clams off the Jersey shore or hunt in the woods. The women worked in the gardens. They grew squash, beans, sweet potatoes, and corn.

When the first explorers came, the Delaware Indians lived in parts of Delaware, New Jersey, and eastern Pennsylvania. Europeans called them the Delaware Indians.

New Jersey Senatorial Candidates 2018


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