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===U.S. Senate===
 
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The current members of the [[U.S. Senate]] from [[New Jersey]] are:
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Latest revision as of 14:37, 31 December 2013

New Jersey
New Jersey map.PNG
Population8,864,590
Gender51.2% Female, 48.8% Male
Race73.8% White, 14.7% Black, 9% Asian
Ethnicity18.5% Hispanic
Unemployment rate8.7%
Median household income$71,180
Voter registration statistics32.5% Democratic, 19.7% Republican
2012 Voter turnout62.6%
2012 Pres results58.25% Obama, 40.5% Romney
Upcoming electionsU.S. House, 2014
U.S. Senate, 2014
United States Senate special election in New Jersey, 2013
This page displays the historical members of U.S. Congress from New Jersey.

Here is the current partisan breakdown of the congressional members from New Jersey.

Congressional Partisan Breakdown from New Jersey
Party U.S. Senate U.S. House Total
     Democratic Party 2 5 7
     Republican Party 0 6 6
TOTALS as of September 2014 2 11 13

Current members


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U.S. Senate

The current members of the U.S. Senate from New Jersey are:

Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Bob Menendez
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, New Jersey 2006January 3, 2019November 2018Link
Cory Booker
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, New Jersey 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link

U.S. House

The current members of the U.S. House from New Jersey are:

Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Albio Sires
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Democratic PartyDistrict 8 2006January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Bill Pascrell
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Democratic PartyDistrict 9 1997January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Chris Smith
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Republican PartyDistrict 4 1981January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Donald Payne, Jr.
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Democratic PartyDistrict 10 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Frank LoBiondo
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Republican PartyDistrict 2 1995January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Frank Pallone
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Democratic PartyDistrict 6 1993January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Jon Runyan
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Republican PartyDistrict 3 2011January 3, 2015Link
Leonard Lance
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Republican PartyDistrict 7 2009January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Rodney Frelinghuysen
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Republican PartyDistrict 11 1995January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Rush D. Holt, Jr.
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Democratic PartyDistrict 12 1999January 3, 2015Link
Scott Garrett
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Republican PartyDistrict 5 2003January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link

Historical members

Senate

Historical Representation to the US Senate by Party from New Jersey
Party Total
     Democratic 23
     Republican 26
     Pro-Administration 4
     Federalist 6
     Whig 3
     Jacksonian 1
     Anti-Jacksonian 2
     Adams 1
Total Senators 66
Class 1 Senators from New Jersey
Senators Years Served Party
Jonathan Elmer 1789-1791 Pro-Administration
John Rutherfurd 1791-1798 Pro-Administration
Franklin Davenport 1798-1799 Federalist
James Schureman 1799-1801 Federalist
Aaron Ogden 1801-1803 Federalist
John Condit 1803-1809 Republican
John Lambert 1809-1815 Republican
James J. Wilson 1815-1821 Republican
Samuel L. Southard 1821-1823 Republican
Joseph McIlvaine 1823-1826 Anti-Jacksonian
Ephraim Bateman 1826-1829 Adams
Mahlon Dickerson 1829-1833 Jacksonian
Samuel L. Southard 1833-1842 Whig
William L. Dayton 1842-1851 Whig
Robert F. Stockton 1851-1853 Democratic
John R. Thomson 1853-1862 Democratic
Richard S. Field 1862-1863 Republican
James W. Wall 1863-1863 Democratic
William Wright 1863-1866 Democratic
Frederick T. Frelinghuysen 1866-1869 Republican
John P. Stockton 1869-1875 Democratic
Theodore F. Randolph 1875-1881 Democratic
William J. Sewell 1881-1887 Republican
Rufus Blodgett 1887-1893 Democratic
James Smith, Jr. 1893-1899 Democratic
John Kean 1899-1911 Republican
James E. Martine 1911-1917 Democratic
Joseph S. Frelinghuysen 1917-1923 Republican
Edward I. Edwards 1923-1929 Democratic
Hamilton F. Kean 1929-1935 Republican
A. Harry Moore 1935-1938 Democratic
John G. Milton 1938-1938 Democratic
W. Warren Barbour 1938-1943 Republican
Arthur Walsh 1943-1944 Democratic
H. Alexander Smith 1944-1959 Republican
Harrison A. Williams, Jr. 1959-1982 Democratic
Nicholas F. Brady 1982-1982 Republican
Frank R. Lautenberg 1982-2001 Democratic
Jon S. Corzine 2001-2006 Democratic
Robert Menendez 2006-Present Democratic
Class 2 Senators from New Jersey
Senators Years Served Party
William Paterson 1789-1790 Pro-Administration
Philemon Dickinson 1790-1793 Pro-Administration
Frederick Frelinghuysen 1793-1796 Federalist
Richard Stockton 1796-1799 Federalist
Jonathan Dayton 1799-1805 Federalist
Aaron Kitchell 1805-1809 Republican
John Condit 1809-1817 Republican
Mahlon Dickerson 1817-1829 Republican
Theodore Frelinghuysen 1829-1835 Anti-Jacksonian
Garret D. Wall 1835-1841 Democratic
Jacob W. Miller 1841-1853 Whig
William Wright 1853-1859 Democratic
John C. Ten Eyck 1859-1865 Republican
John P. Stockton 1865-1866 Democratic
Alexander G. Cattell 1866-1871 Republican
Frederick T. Frelinghuysen 1871-1877 Republican
John R. McPherson 1877-1895 Democratic
William J. Sewell 1895-1901 Republican
John F. Dryden 1902-1907 Republican
Frank O. Briggs 1907-1913 Republican
William Hughes 1913-1918 Democratic
David Baird 1918-1919 Republican
Walter E. Edge 1919-1929 Republican
David Baird, Jr. 1929-1930 Republican
Dwight W. Morrow 1930-1931 Republican
W. Warren Barbour 1931-1937 Republican
William H. Smathers 1937-1943 Democratic
Albert W. Hawkes 1943-1949 Republican
Robert C. Hendrickson 1949-1955 Republican
Clifford P. Case 1955-1979 Republican
Bill Bradley 1979-1997 Democratic
Robert G. Torricelli 1997-2003 Democratic
Frank Lautenberg 2003-Present Democratic

House

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Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1700s from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Republican 1
     Pro-Administration 5
     Federalist 7
     Democratic-Republican 2
Total Representatives 15
Representatives from New Jersey
Representatives Years Served Party
Lambert Cadwalader 1789–1790, 1793–1794 Pro-Administration
Thomas Sinnickson 1789–1790, 1797–1798 Pro-Administration
James Schureman 1789–1790, 1797–1798, 1813–1814 Federalist
Elias Boudinot 1789–1794 Pro-Administration
Abraham Clark 1791–1794 Pro-Administration
Aaron Kitchell 1791–1796, 1799–1800 Democratic-Republican
Jonathan Dayton 1791–1798 Federalist
John Beatty 1793–1794 Pro-Administration
Thomas Henderson 1795–1796 Federalist
Isaac Smith 1795–1796 Federalist
Mark Thomson 1795–1798 Federalist
James H. Imlay 1797–1800 Federalist
Franklin Davenport 1799–1800 Federalist
James Linn 1799–1800 Republican
John Condit 1799–1802, 1819–1820 Democratic-Republican

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1800s from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Democratic 54
     Republican 66
     Federalist 3
     Democratic-Republican 1
     Unaffiliated 2
     Whig 18
     Jacksonian 5
     Anti-Jacksonian 4
     Adams 3
     Opposition Party 1
Total Representatives 157
Representatives from New Jersey
Representatives Years Served Party
James Mott 1801–1804 Republican
Ebenezer Elmer 1801–1806 Republican
William Helms 1801–1810 Republican
Henry Southard 1801–1810, 1815–1820 Republican
James Sloan 1803–1808 Republican
Adam Boyd 1803–1812 Republican
Ezra Darby 1805–1808 Republican
John Lambert 1805–1808 Democratic-Republican
Thomas Newbold 1807–1812 Republican
James Cox 1809–1810 Republican
John A. Scudder 1809–1810 Republican
Jacob Hufty 1809–1814 Federalist
George C. Maxwell 1811–1812 Republican
James Morgan 1811–1812 Republican
Lewis Condict 1811–1816, 1821–1832 Republican
Thomas Bines 1813–1814 Republican
William Coxe, Jr. 1813–1814 Federalist
Richard Stockton 1813–1814 Federalist
Thomas Ward 1813–1816 Republican
Ezra Baker 1815–1816 Republican
Benjamin Bennet 1815–1816 Republican
Ephraim Bateman 1815–1822 Republican
Joseph Bloomfield 1817–1820 Republican
Charles Kinsey 1817–1820 Republican
John Linn 1817–1820 Republican
Bernard Smith 1819–1820 Republican
James Matlack 1821–1824 Republican
George Cassedy 1821–1826 Republican
George Holcombe 1821–1828 Republican
Samuel Swan 1821–1830 Republican
Daniel Garrison 1823–1826 Republican
Ebenezer Tucker 1825–1828 Unaffiliated
Thomas Sinnickson 1827–1828 Adams
Hedge Thompson 1827–1828 Unaffiliated
Isaac Pierson 1827–1830 Adams
James F. Randolph 1827–1832 Adams
Richard M. Cooper 1829–1832 Anti-Jacksonian
Thomas H. Hughes 1829–1832 Anti-Jacksonian
Silas Condit 1831–1832 Anti-Jacksonian
Isaac Southard 1831–1832 Anti-Jacksonian
Ferdinand Schureman Schenck 1833–1834 Jacksonian
Samuel Fowler 1833–1836 Jacksonian
Thomas Lee 1833–1836 Jacksonian
James Parker 1833–1836 Jacksonian
William N. Shinn 1833–1836 Jacksonian
Philemon Dickerson 1833–1836, 1839–1840 Democratic
William Chetwood 1835–1836 Whig
William Halstead 1837–1838, 1841–1842 Whig
John P. B. Maxwell 1837–1838, 1841–1842 Whig
Charles C. Stratton 1837–1838, 1841–1842 Whig
Thomas J. Yorke 1837–1838, 1841–1842 Whig
John Bancker Aycrigg 1837–1838, 1841–1842 Whig
Joseph F. Randolph 1837–1842 Whig
William R. Cooper 1839–1840 Democratic
Joseph Kille 1839–1840 Democratic
Daniel B. Ryall 1839–1840 Democratic
Peter D. Vroom 1839–1840 Democratic
Lucius Q.C. Elmer 1843–1844 Democratic
Isaac G. Farlee 1843–1844 Democratic
Littleton Kirkpatrick 1843–1844 Democratic
George Sykes 1843–1846 Democratic
William Wright 1843–1846 Whig
John Runk 1845–1846 Whig
Samuel G. Wright 1845–1846 Whig
Joseph E. Edsall 1845–1848 Democratic
Dudley S. Gregory 1847–1848 Whig
John Van Dyke 1847–1850 Whig
William A. Newell 1847–1850, 1865–1866 Whig
Andrew K. Hay 1849–1850 Whig
James G. King 1849–1850 Whig
Isaac Wildrick 1849–1852 Democratic
George H. Brown 1851–1852 Whig
Rodman M. Price 1851–1852 Democratic
Charles Skelton 1851–1854 Democratic
Nathan T. Stratton 1851–1854 Democratic
Samuel Lilly 1853–1854 Democratic
Alexander C. M. Pennington 1853–1856 Whig
George Vail 1853–1856 Democratic
James Bishop 1855–1856 Opposition Party
Isaiah D. Clawson 1855–1858 Republican
George R. Robbins 1855–1858 Republican
John Huyler 1857–1858 Democratic
Jacob R. Wortendyke 1857–1858 Democratic
Garnett B. Adrain 1857–1860 Democratic
William Pennington 1859–1860 Republican
Jetur R. Riggs 1859–1860 Democratic
John T. Nixon 1859–1862 Republican
John L. N. Stratton 1859–1862 Republican
George T. Cobb 1861–1862 Democratic
Nehemiah Perry 1861–1864 Democratic
William G. Steele 1861–1864 Democratic
George Middleton 1863–1864 Democratic
Andrew J. Rogers 1863–1866 Democratic
John F. Starr 1863–1866 Republican
Edwin R. V. Wright 1865–1866 Democratic
Charles Sitgreaves 1865–1868 Democratic
George A. Halsey 1867–1868, 1871–1872 Republican
Charles Haight 1867–1870 Democratic
William Moore 1867–1870 Republican
John Hill 1867–1872,1881–1882 Republican
Orestes Cleveland 1869–1870 Democratic
John T. Bird 1869–1872 Democratic
Samuel C. Forker 1871–1872 Democratic
John W. Hazelton 1871–1874 Republican
Amos Clark, Jr. 1873–1874 Republican
Isaac W. Scudder 1873–1874 Republican
Marcus L. Ward 1873–1874 Republican
James N. Pidcock 1873–1874, 1885–1888 Republican
Samuel A. Dobbins 873–1876 Republican
Robert Hamilton 1873–1876 Democratic
James G. Hampton 1873–1876 Whig
Frederick H. Teese 1875–1876 Democratic
Augustus W. Cutler 1875–1878 Democratic
Clement H. Sinnickson 1875–1878 Republican
Augustus A. Hardenbergh 1875–1878,1881–1882 Democratic
Miles Ross 1875–1882 Democratic
Thomas B. Peddie 1877–1878 Republican
John H. Pugh 1877–1878 Republican
Alvah A. Clark 1877–1880 Democratic
John L. Blake 1879–1880 Republican
Lewis A. Brigham 1879–1880 Republican
Hezekiah B. Smith 1879–1880 Democratic
Charles H. Voorhis 1879–1880 Republican
George M. Robeson 1879–1882 Republican
Henry S. Harris 1881–1882 Democratic
Phineas Jones 1881–1882 Republican
John H. Brewer 1881–1884 Republican
Thomas M. Ferrell 1883–1884 Democratic
William H.F. Fiedler 1883–1884 Democratic
Benjamin F. Howey 1883–1884 Republican
John Kean 1883–1884, 1887–1888 Republican
William McAdoo 1883–1890 Democratic
Robert S. Green 1885–1886 Democratic
George Hires 1885–1888 Republican
Herman Lehlbach 1885–1890 Republican
James Buchanan 1885–1892 Republican
Charles D. Beckwith 1889–1890 Republican
Christopher A. Bergen 1889–1892 Republican
Samuel Fowler 1889–1892 Democratic
Jacob A. Geissenhainer 1889–1894 Democratic
Edward F. McDonald 1891–1892 Democratic
Cornelius A. Cadmus 1891–1894 Democratic
Thomas D. English 1891–1894 Democratic
Johnston Cornish 1893–1894 Democratic
John T. Dunn 1893–1894 Democratic
George B. Fielder 1893–1894 Democratic
John J. Gardner 1893–1912 Republican
Henry C. Loudenslager 1893–1912 Republican
Thomas McEwan, Jr. 1895–1898 Republican
Mahlon Pitney 1895–1898 Republican
James F. Stewart 1895–1902 Republican
Charles N. Fowler 1895–1910 Republican
Benjamin F. Howell 1895-1910 Republican
Richard W. Parker 1895–1922 Republican
William D. Daly 1899–1900 Democratic
Joshua S. Salmon 1899–1902 Democratic
Allan L. McDermott 1899–1906 Democratic

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1900s from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Democratic 64
     Republican 68
Total Representatives 132
Representatives from New Jersey
Representatives Years Served Party
De Witt C. Flanagan 1901–1902 Democratic
Allan Benny 1903–1904 Democratic
William M. Lanning 1903–1904 Republican
William Hughes 1903–1904, 1907–1912 Democratic
William H. Wiley 1903–1910 Republican
Ira W. Wood 1903–1912 Republican
Henry C. Allen 1905–1906 Republican
Marshall Van Winkle 1905–1906 Republican
Eugene W. Leake 1907–1908 Democratic
Le Gage Pratt 1907–1908 Democratic
James A. Hamill 1907–1920 Democratic
Eugene F. Kinkead 1909–1914 Democratic
Archibald C. Hart 1911–1912,1915–1916 Democratic
Walter I. McCoy 1911–1914 Democratic
Edward W. Townsend 1911–1914 Democratic
William E. Tuttle, Jr. 1911–1914 Democratic
Thomas J. Scully 1911–1920 Democratic
William J. Browning 1912–1920 Republican
Jacob T. Baker 1913–1914 Democratic
Robert G. Bremner 1913–1914 Democratic
Lewis J. Martin 1913–1914 Democratic
Allan B. Walsh 1913–1914 Democratic
Dow H. Drukker 1913–1918 Republican
John J. Eagan 1913–1920, 1923–1924 Democratic
John Henry Capstick 1915–1918 Republican
Edward W. Gray 1915–1918 Republican
Elijah C. Hutchinson 1915–1922 Republican
Isaac Bacharach 1915–1936 Republican
Frederick R. Lehlbach 1915–1936 Republican
William F. Birch 1917–1918 Republican
John R. Ramsey 1917–1920 Republican
Cornelius A. McGlennon 1919–1920 Democratic
Daniel F. Minahan 1919–1920, 1923–1924 Democratic
Amos H. Radcliffe 1919–1922 Republican
Francis F. Patterson, Jr. 1919–1926 Republican
Ernest R. Ackerman 1919–1932 Republican
Theodore F. Appleby 1921–1922 Republican
Archibald E. Olpp 1921–1922 Republican
Herbert W. Taylor 1921–1922, 1925–1926 Republican
Charles F. X. O'Brien 1921–1924 Democratic
Randolph Perkins 1921–1936 Republican
Charles Browne 1923–1924 Democratic
Elmer H. Geran 1923–1924 Democratic
Frank J. McNulty 1923–1924 Democratic
George N. Seger 1923–1940 Republican
Stewart H. Appleby 1925–1926 Republican
Franklin W. Fort 1925–1930 Republican
Oscar L. Auf Der Heide 1925–1934 Democratic
Mary T. Norton 1925–1950 Democratic
Charles A. Eaton 1926–1952 Republican
Paul J. Moore 1927–1928 Democratic
Harold G. Hoffman 1927–1930 Republican
Charles A. Wolverton 1927–1958 Republican
Fred A. Hartley, Jr. 1929–1948 Republican
Percy H. Stewart 1931–1932 Democratic
Peter A. Cavicchia 1931–1936 Republican
William H. Sutphin 1931–1942 Democratic
Edward A. Kenney 1933–1938 Democratic
Donald H. McLean 1933–1944 Republican
D. Lane Powers 1933–1946 Republican
Edward J. Hart 1935–1954 Democratic
Edward L. O'Neill 1937–1938 Democratic
Frank W. Towey, Jr. 1937–1938 Democratic
Elmer H. Wene 1937–1938, 1941–1944 Democratic
J. Parnell Thomas 1937–1950 Republican
Walter S. Jeffries 1939–1940 Republican
Albert L. Vreeland 1939–1942 Republican
Frank C. Osmers, Jr. 1939–1942, 1951–1964 Republican
Robert W. Kean 1939–1958 Republican
Gordon Canfield 1941–1960 Republican
Frank L. Sundstrom 1943–1948 Republican
Harry Lancaster Towe 1943–1952 Republican
James C. Auchincloss 1943–1964 Republican
Frank A. Mathews, Jr. 1945–1948 Republican
Clifford P. Case 1945–1954 Republican
Thomas M. Hand 1945–1956 Republican
Charles R. Howell 1949–1954 Democratic
Hugh J. Addonizio 1949–1962 Democratic
William B. Widnall 1949–1974 Republican
Peter W. Rodino, Jr. 1949–1988 Democratic
Alfred D. Sieminski 1951–1958 Democratic
Harrison A. Williams, Jr. 1953–1956 Democratic
Peter Hood Ballantine Frelinghuysen, Jr. 1953–1974 Republican
T. James Tumulty 1955–1956 Democratic
Frank Thompson, Jr. 1955–1980 Democratic
Vincent J. Dellay 1957–1958 Republican
Milton W. Glenn 1957–1964 Republican
Florence P. Dwyer 1957–1972 Republican
George M. Wallhauser 1959–1964 Republican
William T. Cahill 1959–1970 Republican
Cornelius E. Gallagher 1959–1972 Democratic
Dominick V. Daniels 1959–1976 Democratic
Charles S. Joelson 1961–1970 Democratic
Edward J. Patten 1963–1980 Democratic
Joseph G. Minish 1963–1984 Democratic
Paul J. Krebs 1965–1966 Democratic
Thomas C. McGrath, Jr. 1965–1966 Democratic
Henry Helstoski 1965–1976 Democratic
James J. Howard 1965–1988 Democratic
John E. Hunt 1967–1974 Republican
Charles W. Sandman, Jr. 1967–1974 Republican
Edwin B. Forsythe 1969–1984 Republican
Robert A. Roe 1969–1992 Democratic
Joseph J. Maraziti 1973–1974 Republican
Matthew J. Rinaldo 1973–1992 Republican
Helen S. Meyner 1975–1978 Democratic
Andrew Maguire 1975–1980 Democratic
Millicent H. Fenwick 1975–1982 Republican
James J. Florio 1975–1990 Democratic
William J. Hughes 1975–1994 Democratic
Joseph A. LeFante 1977–1978 Democratic
Harold C. Hollenbeck 1977–1982 Republican
James A. Courter 1979–1990 Republican
Frank J. Guarini, Jr. 1979–1992 Democratic
Bernard J. Dwyer 1981–1992 Democratic
Marge Roukema 1981–2002 Republican
Chris Smith 1981-present Republican
Robert G. Torricelli 1983–1996 Democratic
Hugh James Saxton 1984–2009 Republican
Dean A. Gallo 1985–1994 Republican
Richard Zimmer 1991–1996 Republican
Rob Andrews 1991-present Democratic
Herbert Klein 1993–1994 Democratic
Robert D. Franks 1993–2000 Republican
Frank Pallone 1993-present Democratic
William J. Martini 1995–1996 Republican
Rodney Frelinghuysen 1995-present Republican
Frank LoBiondo 1995-present Republican
Michael J. Pappas 1997–1998 Republican
Steve Rothman 1997-2013 Democratic
Bill Pascrell 1997-present Democratic
Rush D. Holt, Jr. 1999-present Democratic

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 2000s from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Democratic 3
     Republican 4
Total Representatives 7
Representatives from New Jersey
Representatives Years Served Party
Michael A. Ferguson 2001–2009 Republican
Scott Garrett 2003-present Republican
Albio Sires 2007-present Democratic
John Adler 2009–2011 Democratic
Leonard Lance 2009-present Republican
Jon Runyan 2011-present Republican
Donald Payne Jr. 2013-present Democratic