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U.S. Senate delegation from New Jersey
|Name:||Party:||Position:||Assumed Office:||Term Ends:||Next Election:||Official Website:|
|Bob Menendez||U.S. Senate, New Jersey||2006||January 3, 2019||November 2018||Link|
|Cory Booker||U.S. Senate, New Jersey||2013||January 3, 2021||November 3, 2020||Link|
- For more information on the different classes of U.S. Senators, please see: Classes of United States Senators
Senators in Class I were elected to office in the November 2012 general election, unless they took their seat through appointment or special election. Class I terms run from the beginning of the 113th Congress on January 3, 2013, to the end of the 115th Congress on January 3, 2019.
|U.S. Senate, New Jersey, General Election, 2012|
|Democratic||Robert Menendez Incumbent||58.9%||1,987,680|
|Libertarian||Kenneth R. Kaplan||0.5%||16,803|
|Jersey Strong Independents||Gwen Diakos||0.3%||9,359|
|Totally Independent Candidate||J. David Dranikoff||0.1%||3,834|
|America First||Inder "Andy" Soni||0.1%||3,593|
|Responsibility Fairness Integrity||Robert "Turk" Turkavage||0.1%||3,532|
|Socialist Party USA||Gregory Pason||0.1%||2,249|
|No Slogan||Eugene Martin Lavergne||0.1%||2,198|
|Reform Nation||Daryl Mikell Brooks||0.1%||2,066|
|Source: New Jersey Secretary of State "Official Election Results, 2012 General Election"|
On November 7, 2006, Menendez was elected to the United States Senate to continue holding the office he acquired through his appointment earlier that year. He defeated Thomas H. Kean, Jr. (R), J. M. Carter (God We Trust), Len Flynn (Libertarian), Edward Forchion (Legalize Marijuana (G.R.I.P.), Daryl Mikell Brooks (Poor People’s Campaign), N. Leonard Smith (Solidarity, Defend Life), Angela L. Lariscy (Socialist Workers), and Gregory Pason (Socialist Party USA).
Senators in Class II were elected to office in the November 2008 general election, unless they took their seat through appointment or special election. Class II terms run from the beginning of the 111th Congress on January 3, 2009, to the end of the 113th Congress on January 3, 2015.
|U.S. Senate, New Jersey General Election, 2014|
|Democratic||Cory Booker Incumbent||55.8%||1,043,866|
|Economic Growth||Hank Schroeder||0.3%||5,704|
|Source: New Jersey Division of Elections|
Cory Booker (D) won election to the United States Senate in the special election for the seat left vacant by the death of Frank Lautenberg (D). He defeated Steve Lonegan (R) and various independent candidates in the general election on October 16, 2013.
|U.S. Senate, New Jersey Special General Election, 2013|
|Independent||Edward C. Stackhouse||0.4%||5,138|
|Source: Official results via New Jersey Division of Elections|
On November 4, 2008, Lautenberg was re-elected to the United States Senate for a fourth non-consecutive term. He defeated Dick Zimmer (R), Jason Scheurer (Libertarian), J.M. Carter (God We Trust), Daryl Mikell Brooks (Poor People’s Campaign), Sara Lobman (Socialist Workers) and Jeffrey Boss (Boss for Senate).
On November 5, 2002, Frank Lautenberg won election to the United States Senate. He defeated Douglas Forrester (R), Ted Glick (G), Elizabeth Macron (L), Norman Wahner (T) and Gregory Pason (T) in the general election.
On November 8, 1994, Frank Lautenberg won re-election to the United States Senate. He defeated Garabed Haytaian (R), Ben Grindlinger (L), Richard Pezzullo (T), Michael Kelly (T), Arlene Gold (T), Andrea Lippi (T), Joanne Kuniansky (T) and George Patrick Predham (T) in the general election.
On November 2, 1982, Frank Lautenberg won election to the United States Senate. He defeated Milicent Fenwick (R), Robert Bastien (T), Henry Koch (L), Julius Levin (T), Rose Zeidwerg Monyek (T), Claire Moriarty (T) and Martin Wendelken (I) in the general election.
|Historical Representation to the U.S. Senate by Party from New Jersey|
|Class 1 Senators from New Jersey|
|James J. Wilson||1815-1821||Republican|
|Samuel L. Southard||1821-1823||Republican|
|Samuel L. Southard||1833-1842||Whig|
|William L. Dayton||1842-1851||Whig|
|Robert F. Stockton||1851-1853||Democratic|
|John R. Thomson||1853-1862||Democratic|
|Richard S. Field||1862-1863||Republican|
|James W. Wall||1863-1863||Democratic|
|Frederick T. Frelinghuysen||1866-1869||Republican|
|John P. Stockton||1869-1875||Democratic|
|Theodore F. Randolph||1875-1881||Democratic|
|William J. Sewell||1881-1887||Republican|
|James Smith, Jr.||1893-1899||Democratic|
|James E. Martine||1911-1917||Democratic|
|Joseph S. Frelinghuysen||1917-1923||Republican|
|Edward I. Edwards||1923-1929||Democratic|
|Hamilton F. Kean||1929-1935||Republican|
|A. Harry Moore||1935-1938||Democratic|
|John G. Milton||1938-1938||Democratic|
|W. Warren Barbour||1938-1943||Republican|
|H. Alexander Smith||1944-1959||Republican|
|Harrison A. Williams, Jr.||1959-1982||Democratic|
|Nicholas F. Brady||1982-1982||Republican|
|Frank R. Lautenberg||1982-2001||Democratic|
|Jon S. Corzine||2001-2006||Democratic|