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Gloria Dittman

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Gloria Dittman
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Candidate for
New Jersey State Senate District 18
PartyRepublican
Personal
ProfessionPresident and CEO of Edison Chamber of Commerce
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Campaign website
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Gloria Dittman was a 2011 Republican candidate for District 18 of the New Jersey State Senate.

Dittman is the President and CEO of the Edison Chamber of Commerce.

Elections

2011

See also: New Jersey State Senate elections, 2011

Dittman was defeated in the 2011 election for New Jersey Senate District 18. She ran unopposed in the primary on June 7, 2011. Dittman was defeated by Democratic incumbent Barbara Buono in the general election which took place on November 8, 2011. [1]

New Jersey State Senate District 18 General Election, 2011
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngBarbara Buono Incumbent 60.1% 19,631
     Republican Gloria Dittman 39.9% 13,042
Total Votes 32,673

Campaign donors

2011

District 18 ranks ninth in fundraising

As of October 25, candidates for District 18 have raised $1,148,826--according to the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission. This makes District 18 number nine in fundraising for the 2011 election season. Candidates for the district have spent $809,782 of their campaign funds.[2]

Issues

Campaign themes

On her website, Dittman lists these issues as her platform:[3]

  • Jobs - eliminate all fees and obstacles on small businesses.
  • Taxes - no new taxes so that all New Jersey citizens can afford to live in the state.
  • Support for veterans - re-evaluate all programs and direct more support to veterans and their families so they can transition to civilian life.

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