|New Jersey State Senate District 37|
|January 10, 2014|
|Years in position||9|
|Senate Majority Leader|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 8, 2011|
|Next general||November 5, 2013|
|New Jersey State General Assembly|
|Bachelor's||University of California, 1956|
|Master's||Fairleigh Dickinson University|
|Birthday||February 6, 1935|
|Place of birth||New York, NY|
Weinberg graduated with a B.A. in History from the University of California.
In addition to being a senator, Weinberg was the Co-owner/Vice President of Fineline Store Equipment from 1964 to 1995. Prior to her position in the state senate, Weinberg was the Majority Conference Leader for the New Jersey General Assembly from 2002 to 2005.
In the 2010-2011 legislative session, Weinberg served on these committees:
- Legislative Oversight, Chair
- Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens, Vice-Chair
- State Government, Vice-Chair
- Legislative Services Commission
- See also: New Jersey State Senate elections, 2011
Weinberg won re-election to the District 37 State Senate seat in 2011. She faced no opposition for the June 7 Democratic primary election. Weinberg defeated Robert Lebovics (R) in the general election which took place on November 8, 2011. 
|New Jersey State Senate District 37 General Election, 2011|
|Democratic||Loretta Weinberg Incumbent||69.9%||23,141|
In 2007, Weinberg was re-elected to the New Jersey State Senate District 37. Weinburg (D) finished with 24,118 votes and was followed by Clara Nibot (R) with 7,924 votes. Weinberg raised $442,827 for her campaign fund. 
|New Jersey Senate 2007 General Election, District 37 (2007)|
|Loretta Weinberg (D)||24,118|
|Clara Nibot (R)||7,924|
In 2011, Weinberg received $320,995 in campaign donations. The top contributors are listed below.
|New Jersey State Senate 2011 election - Campaign Contributions|
|Top contributors to Loretta Weinberg's campaign in 2011|
|Communications Workers New Jersey||$8,200|
|Debouter, John M||$8,200|
|Sachs, R Gregory||$6,200|
|Total Raised in 2011||$320,995|
|Total Votes received in 2011||23,141|
|Cost of each vote received||$13.87|
In 2007, Weinberg collected $422,827 in donations.
Listed below are the five largest contributors to her campaign.
|Electrical Workers Local 269||$8,200|
|International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers||$8,200|
|Electrical Workers Local 400||$8,200|
|New Jersey State Laborers||$8,200|
Weinberg was endorsed by:
Weinburg represents New Jersey Senate District 37, which includes the city of Hackensack, New Jersey.
Weinburg was born on February 6, 1935 in New York, New York. She has two children: Daniel and Francine.
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- NJSpotlight, "Candidates: Legislative District 37," November 2, 2011
- NJSpotlight, "Legislative District 37," October 28, 2011
- Loretta Weinberg's personal website
- Official website of Loretta Weinburg
- Loretta Weinberg legislative profile on Project Vote Smart
- Loretta Weinberg biography on Project Vote Smart
- New Jersey Democratic Party biography of Loretta Weinberg
- Bills Sponsored by Senators and Representatives
- NCSL Typepad "New Leaders in Arizona and New Jersey," November 10, 2011
- Official website of Loretta Weinberg
- Loretta Weinberg at Project Vote Smart
- New Jersey Department of State, 2011 Official State Senate Primary Candidate List
- New Jersey State Senate election results
- Follow the Money - 2011 contributions
- Politicker NJ, 2011 AFL-CIO endorsed candidates, accessed Aug. 5, 2011
- New Jersey Senate Districts By Number
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