|New Jersey General Assembly District 8|
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Delany is no longer running for re-election in 2011. He and incumbent Scott Rudder ran unopposed in the Republican Primary on June 7. Sharyn Pertnoy-Schmidt and Raymond Storck ran in the Democratic primary unopposed. Robert Edward Forchion, Jr. is also running for the seat as an Independent.
Delaney resigned in 2011 after it was revealed that his wife had sent a racially-charged email to State Senate candidate Carl Lewis. In the email, she argued that Lewis' candidacy was only based on his race and name recognition (Lewis is a former Olympic track and field athlete). She stated, "Imagine having dark skin and name recognition and the nerve to think that equaled knowing something about politics." Following the incident, Delaney resigned quietly, disavowing his wife's statements and stating that he wished to avoid any further embarrassment for his family. He will not seek re-election. Freeholder Chris Brown (R) will replace Delany on the ballot.
- ↑ Politicker NJ "Burlco GOP taps Addiego for Senate seat; Delany for Assembly in 8th District," November 15, 2010
- ↑ New Jersey Department of State, 2011 Official General Assembly Primary Candidate List
- ↑ PhillyBurbs.com, "Delany’s resignation sparked by wife’s email," August 8, 2011
- ↑ PhillyBurbs.com, "Freeholder Chris Brown will replace Delany as Assembly candidate," August 12, 2011
Dawn Addiego (R)
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