List of state legislative incumbents not running for re-election in 2013
This page contains the names of incumbents who did not seek re-election in the 2013 state legislative elections. There were 15 incumbents who retired in 2013; six Democrats, eight Republicans and one independent.
- See also: New Jersey State Senate elections, 2013
One incumbent senator did not run for re-election, while 39 (97.5%) ran for re-election.
- District 18: Barbara Buono (D) declined to run for re-election, choosing to run in New Jersey's 2013 gubernatorial election. Buono and her running mate, Milly Silva, were defeated by Governor Chris Christie and Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno in the general election.
Five incumbent representatives did not run for re-election, while 75 (93.8%) ran for re-election.
- District 8: Scott Rudder (R)
- District 18: Peter Barnes, III (D)
- District 33: Ruben Ramos, Jr. (D) and Sean Connors (D)
- District 39: Robert Schroeder (R)
Nine incumbent representatives did not run for re-election, while 91 (91%) ran for re-election. Of the nine incumbents who did not run for re-election, two were Democrats, six were Republicans and one was an independent.
- District 4: Joe Johnson (D)
- District 6: Anne B. Crockett-Stark (R)
- District 16: Donald Merricks (R)
- District 19: Lacey Putney (I)
- District 53: Jim Scott (D)
- District 55: John Cox (R)
- District 82: Bob Purkey (R)
- District 84: Salvatore Iaquinto (R)
- District 85: Bob Tata (R)
Note: John Cosgrove won a special election to a Virginia State Senate seat and withdrew from the race for House District 78. His departure triggered a new filing period for candidates and allowed Leftwich to enter the race.
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