Difference between revisions of "Diane Allen"

From Ballotpedia
Jump to: navigation, search
m (Text replace - 'See also: New Jersey State Senate elections, 2011''' to 'See also: New Jersey State Senate elections, 2011'' {{NJ voter guide box}}')
(Campaign cash)
Line 84: Line 84:
 
|votes2 = 416
 
|votes2 = 416
 
}}
 
}}
 
====Campaign cash====
 
As of July 7, [[Troy Singleton]] has the largest war chest of all the Burlington County candidates running in the [[New Jersey General Assembly elections, 2011|2011 New Jersey elections]].<ref name=singleton>[http://www.phillyburbs.com/news/local/burlington_county_times_news/democrat-singleton-leads-county-s-legislative-hopefuls-in-campaign-cash/article_606b8774-a880-11e0-afa8-001a4bcf6878.html ''phillyBurbs.com,'' Democrat Singleton leads county's legislative hopefuls in campaign cash, July 7, 2011]</ref>
 
 
Singleton leads with $175,610 in available cash, reported as of June 27 by the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission. District 7 [[New Jersey State Senate|State Senate]] incumbent Allen is in close second, with $158,156 available. After Allen, Assemblyman [[Herbert Conaway, Jr.|Herb Conaway]] has $60,132.<ref name=singleton/>
 
  
 
===2007===
 
===2007===

Revision as of 14:06, 3 November 2011

Diane Allen
Diane Allen.jpg
New Jersey State Senate District 7
Incumbent
In office
1998-Present
Term ends
January 10, 2012
Years in position 16
PartyRepublican
Leadership
Senate Deputy Minority Leader
2006-Present
Senate Majority Whip
1998-2001
Compensation
Base salary$49,000/year
Elections and appointments
Last electionNovember 6, 2007
First elected1997
Next generalNovember 8, 2011
Term limitsN/A
Prior offices
New Jersey General Assembly
1996-1998
Education
Bachelor'sBucknell University
Personal
BirthdayMarch 8, 1948
Place of birthNewark, NJ
ProfessionBusinesswoman
Websites
Office website
CandidateVerification
Diane Allen has been a Republican member of the New Jersey Senate since 1998. Bills that have been sponsored by Senator Allen include Senate Bill 86 and Senate Bill 149.[1]

Allen graduated with a B.A. in philosophy from Bucknell University and is currently the Deputy Minority Leader in the state senate. [2]

In addition to being a senator, Allen is the current president of VidComm, Incorporated. She was also the Deputy Republican Conference Leader of the New Jersey State Senate from 2002 to 2003. Allen is on the Board of Directors for the United Way.[3]

Committee assignments

2010-2011

In the 2010-2011 legislative session, Allen has been appointed to these committees:

Elections

2011

See also: New Jersey State Senate elections, 2011
SLP elec2011 badge2.png
Looking for November 8 election candidates in New Jersey?
Use Ballotpedia's new voter guide - enter your zip code and create a sample ballot.

Allen is running for re-election to the District 7 State Senate seat in the 2011 election. She defeated Carole LoKan-Moore in the June 7 Republican primary. Allen is opposed by Gail Cook in the general election which takes place on November 9, 2011. [4]

New Jersey State Senate District 7 Republican Primary, 2011
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngDiane Allen Incumbent 90.4% 3,904
Carole LoKan-Moore 9.6% 416
Total Votes 4,320

2007

In 2007 Allen was re-elected to the New Jersey State Senate District 7. Allen (R) finished with 23,185 votes while her opponent Richard Dennison (D) finished with 18,511 votes.[5] Allen raised $410,847 for her campaign fund.[6]

New Jersey State Senate District 7
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Diane Allen (R) 23,185
Richard Dennison (D) 18,511

Campaign donors

2007

In 2007, Allen collected $410,847 in donations.[7]

Listed below are the five largest contributors to her campaign.

Donor Amount
Medical Society of New Jersey $9,950
Communications Workers Local 1034 $8,200
Builders League of South Jersey $8,200
Lance For Senate $8,200
Kean For Senate $8,200

District 7

Allen represents New Jersey Senate District 7, which includes the cities of Beverly and Burlington, New Jersey.[8]

Personal

Allen was born on March 8, 1948 in Newark, New Jersey.

External links

Light Bulb Icon.svg.png
Suggest a link

References

Political offices
Preceded by
-
New Jersey State Senate District 7
1998–present
Succeeded by
NA