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}}{{tnr}}'''Ari Ford''' was a 2011 [[Republican]] candidate for District 5 of the [[New Jersey General Assembly elections, 2011|New Jersey General Assembly]].  
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}}{{tnr}}'''Ari Ford''' was a 2011 [[Republican]] candidate for District 5 of the [[New Jersey General Assembly elections, 2011|New Jersey General Assembly]]. He dropped out the race, citing personal reasons. He was replaced by [[Terrell Ratliff]] (R) on the November ballot.<ref>[http://www.nj.com/gloucester-county/index.ssf/2011/09/republicans_replace_assembly_c.html ''NJ.com,'' "Republicans replace Assembly candidates in 4th, 5th districts," September 03, 2011]</ref>
  
 
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Ford was a candidate for the 2011 Republican Party nomination for District 5 of the [[New Jersey General Assembly]]. Ford was bracketed with [[William Levins]] in the primary. [[Donna Ward]] also ran for the party nomination. Ford was defeated in the June 7 primary.<ref>[http://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/election-results/official-2011-primary-candidates-gen-assembly-050411.pdf ''New Jersey Department of State,'' 2011 Official General Assembly Primary Candidate List]</ref><ref>[http://elections.nj.com/dynamic/files/elections/2011/by_state/NJ_State_Assembly_0607.html?SITE=NJNEWELN&SECTION=POLITICS Unofficial primary results]</ref>
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Ford was a candidate for the 2011 Republican Party nomination for District 5 of the [[New Jersey General Assembly]]. Ford was bracketed with [[William Levins]] in the primary. They defeated [[Donna Ward]] who also ran for the GOP nomination.<ref>[http://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/election-results/official-2011-primary-candidates-gen-assembly-050411.pdf ''New Jersey Department of State,'' 2011 Official General Assembly Primary Candidate List]</ref><ref>[http://elections.nj.com/dynamic/files/elections/2011/by_state/NJ_State_Assembly_0607.html?SITE=NJNEWELN&SECTION=POLITICS Unofficial primary results]</ref> Ultimately, Ford dropped out the race citing personal reasons. He faces [[Terrell Ratliff]] (R) and [[William Levins]] (R) in the November 8 general election.<ref>[http://www.nj.com/gloucester-county/index.ssf/2011/09/republicans_replace_assembly_c.html ''NJ.com,'' "Republicans replace Assembly candidates in 4th, 5th districts," September 03, 2011]</ref>
  
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*[http://www.votesmart.org/bio.php?can_id=129798 Project Vote Smart biography]
 
*[http://www.votesmart.org/bio.php?can_id=129798 Project Vote Smart biography]
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Revision as of 07:59, 5 June 2012

Ari Ford
Candidate for
New Jersey General Assembly District 5

Political party Republican
Ari Ford was a 2011 Republican candidate for District 5 of the New Jersey General Assembly. He dropped out the race, citing personal reasons. He was replaced by Terrell Ratliff (R) on the November ballot.[1]

Elections

2011

See also: New Jersey General Assembly elections, 2011

Ford was a candidate for the 2011 Republican Party nomination for District 5 of the New Jersey General Assembly. Ford was bracketed with William Levins in the primary. They defeated Donna Ward who also ran for the GOP nomination.[2][3] Ultimately, Ford dropped out the race citing personal reasons. He faces Terrell Ratliff (R) and William Levins (R) in the November 8 general election.[4]

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