2015 New Jersey elections

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A general election was held in the U.S. state of New Jersey on November 3, 2015. Primary elections were held on June 2. The only state positions up in this election cycle were all 80 seats in the New Jersey General Assembly and one Senate special election in the 5th Legislative District. In addition to the State Legislative elections, numerous county offices and freeholders in addition to municipal offices were up for election. There were no statewide ballot questions this year though some counties and municipalities may have had a local question asked. Non-partisan local elections, some school board elections, and some fire district elections also happened throughout the year.

State Legislature[edit]

The entire Senate is up in years ending in 1, 3, and 7; as there is no gubernatorial election coinciding with the years ending in 5 or 9 in this decade, the General Assembly races are the highest races listed on ballots for the first time since 1999. A very low turnout was expected due to the lack of Presidential, Congressional, or gubernatorial elections on the ballot this year.[1] The predictions turned out to be true as the 22% turnout was the lowest percentage recorded in recent state history.[2]

Senate[edit]

One special election was held in the 5th Legislative District to fill the remaining term of Donald Norcross. Norcross resigned in November 2014 following his election to Congress. In December 2014, 5th District Democrats appointed former Assemblywoman Nilsa Cruz-Perez to the seat.[3] Cruz-Perez was unopposed in the Democratic primary and faced no challengers in the special election.[4] The Democratic Party holds a majority of seats in the Senate with 24 seats; the Republican Party holds 16 seats. The results of this election did not affect the standings of either party in the upper house.

5th Legislative District special senate election[5][6][7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Nilsa Cruz-Perez (incumbent) 19,150 98.5
Write-ins Personal choice 282 1.5
Total votes 19,432 100.0
Democratic hold

General Assembly[edit]

New Jersey General Assembly Elections, 2015

← 2013 November 3, 2015 2017 →

All 80 seats in the New Jersey General Assembly
41 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
  Vincent Prieto.jpg Jon Bramnick.jpg
Leader Vincent Prieto Jon Bramnick
Party Democratic Republican
Leader since January 14, 2014 January 17, 2012
Leader's seat 32nd (Secaucus) 21st (Westfield)
Last election 48 seats 32 seats
Seats won 52 28
Seat change Increase 4 Decrease 4
Popular vote 1,111,320 958,085
Percentage 53.3% 45.9%

Speaker before election

Vincent Prieto
Democratic

Elected Speaker

Vincent Prieto
Democratic

All 80 seats in the General Assembly were up for election this year. In each Legislative district, there are two people elected; the top two winners in the general election are the ones sent to the Assembly. Typically, the two members of each party run as a team in each election. In the 2013 election, Democrats captured 48 seats while the Republicans won 32 seats. At the time of the general election, there were two vacancies: One in the 5th District resulting from Democrat Angel Fuentes's resignation on June 30, 2015 and one in the 24th District resulting from Republican Alison Littell McHose's resignation on October 17, 2015. Ultimately four Democrats defeated four incumbent Republicans leading to the Democrats controlling 52 of 80 seats in the 2016–17 Assembly session, the highest percentage they held since 1979.[8]

Overall results[edit]

Summary of the November 3, 2015 New Jersey General Assembly election results:[9]

52 28
Democratic Republican
Parties Candidates Seats Popular Vote
2013 2015 +/- Strength Vote % Change
Democratic 78 48 52 Increase4 65% 1,111,320 53.3% Steady0.0%
Republican 79 32 28 Decrease4 35% 958,085 45.9% Steady0.0%
Green 8 0 0 Steady 0% 8,643 0.4% Steady0.0%
Libertarian 2 0 0 Steady 0% 1,180 0.1% Steady0.0%
Independent 8 0 0 Steady 0% 6,891 0.3% Steady0.0%
Total 175 80 80 0 100.0% 2,086,119 100.0% -

List of races[edit]

District 1[edit]
1st Legislative District general election[10][11][12][13][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Bob Andrzejczak (incumbent) 20,231 27.9
Democratic R. Bruce Land 19,140 26.4
Republican Sam Fiocchi (incumbent) 16,818 23.2
Republican Jim Sauro 16,395 22.6
Write-ins Personal choice 46 0.1
Total votes 72,630 100.0
One Democratic gain from Republican
District 2[edit]
2nd Legislative District general election[10][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Chris A. Brown (incumbent) 18,959 26.5
Democratic Vince Mazzeo (incumbent) 18,279 25.5
Democratic Colin Bell 17,433 24.3
Republican Will Pauls 16,907 23.6
Write-ins Personal choice 35 0.0
Total votes 71,613 100.0
One Democratic and one Republican hold
District 3[edit]
3rd Legislative District general election[12][6][14][13][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John J. Burzichelli (incumbent) 20,507 28.5
Democratic Adam Taliaferro (incumbent) 19,480 27.0
Republican Samuel J. Maccarone Jr. 16,063 22.3
Republican Leroy P. Pierce III 14,715 20.4
The Peoples Voice John Kalnas 1,223 1.7
Write-ins Personal choice 74 0.1
Total votes 71,654 100.0
Democratic hold
District 4[edit]
4th Legislative District general election[5][6][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Paul Moriarty (incumbent) 17,454 30.4
Democratic Gabriela Mosquera (incumbent) 17,147 29.9
Republican Kevin P. Murphy 11,592 20.2
Republican Jack Nicholson 11,131 19.4
Write-ins Personal choice 63 0.1
Total votes 57,387 100.0
Democratic hold
District 5[edit]

Incumbent Angel Fuentes originally ran in the Democratic primary but withdrew his candidacy in June 2015 when he became a deputy county clerk in Camden County.[15] Fuentes and Marianne Holly Cass were replaced on the Democratic ballot by Arthur Barclay and Pat Jones[16] and Ralph Williams was replaced by Keith Walker on the Republican ticket.[17][18]

5th Legislative District general election[5][6][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Patricia Egan Jones 16,766 32.0
Democratic Arthur Barclay 15,797 32.0
Republican Keith A. Walker 8,717 17.7
Republican Kevin P. Ehret 8,045 16.3
Write-ins Personal choice 50 0.1
Total votes 49,375 100.0
Democratic hold
District 6[edit]

Robert Esposito originally won a spot on the Republican ticket in the general election but was replaced on the ballot by Claire Gustafson.[17][18]

6th Legislative District general election[19][5][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Louis Greenwald (incumbent) 21,087 32.6
Democratic Pamela Rosen Lampitt (incumbent) 20,028 31.0
Republican Holly Tate 11,023 17.0
Republican Claire H. Gustafson 10,679 16.5
Green Amanda Davis 985 1.5
Green James Bracciante 850 1.3
Write-ins Personal choice 54 0.1
Total votes 64,706 100.0
Democratic hold
District 7[edit]
7th Legislative District general election[19][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Herb Conaway (incumbent) 22,559 30.9
Democratic Troy Singleton (incumbent) 22,056 30.3
Republican Bill Conley 14,272 19.6
Republican Rob Prisco 13,949 19.1
Write-ins Personal choice 76 0.1
Total votes 72,912 100.0
Democratic hold
District 8[edit]
8th Legislative District general election[10][19][5][13][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Maria Rodriguez-Gregg (incumbent) 18,317 49.5
Republican Joe Howarth 18,234 49.3
Write-ins Personal choice 465 1.3
Total votes 37,016 100.0
Republican hold
District 9[edit]
9th Legislative District general election[10][19][20][13][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Brian E. Rumpf (incumbent) 24,325 33.4
Republican DiAnne Gove (incumbent) 23,676 32.5
Democratic Fran Zimmer 12,638 17.3
Democratic John Bingham 12,171 16.7
Write-ins Personal choice 76 0.1
Total votes 72,886 100.0
Republican hold
District 10[edit]
10th Legislative District general election[20][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican David W. Wolfe (incumbent) 19,882 31.9
Republican Gregory P. McGuckin (incumbent) 18,543 29.7
Democratic Kimberley S. Casten 12,302 19.7
Democratic Valter Must 11,513 18.5
Write-ins Personal choice 135 0.2
Total votes 62,375 100.0
Republican hold
District 11[edit]
11th Legislative District general election[21][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Eric Houghtaling 15,149 25.6
Democratic Joann Downey 14,906 25.2
Republican Mary Pat Angelini (incumbent) 14,653 24.7
Republican Caroline Casagrande (incumbent) 14,418 24.4
Write-ins Personal choice 85 0.1
Total votes 59,211 100.0
Two Democratic gains from Republican
District 12[edit]

Anthony Washington originally won a spot on the Democratic ticket in the general election but was replaced on the ballot by Robert P. Kurzydlowski.[17][18]

12th Legislative District general election[19][22][21][20][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ronald S. Dancer (incumbent) 15,164 29.4
Republican Robert D. Clifton (incumbent) 14,433 28.0
Democratic David W. Merwin 10,496 20.4
Democratic Robert P. Kurzydlowski 10,449 20.3
Green Stephen Zielinski Sr. 945 1.8
Write-ins Personal choice[n 1] 85 0.2
Total votes 51,572 100.0
Republican hold
District 13[edit]
13th Legislative District general election[21][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Amy Handlin (incumbent) 19,829 30.3
Republican Declan O'Scanlon (incumbent) 18,977 29.0
Democratic Thomas Herman 12,934 19.8
Democratic Jeanne Cullinane 12,779 19.5
Jobs, Sidewalks, Transit Joshua Leinsdorf 770 1.2
Write-ins Personal choice 109 0.2
Total votes 65,398 100.0
Republican hold
District 14[edit]
14th Legislative District general election[23][22][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Wayne DeAngelo (incumbent) 22,319 30.2
Democratic Daniel R. Benson (incumbent) 21,187 28.7
Republican David C. Jones 14,474 19.6
Republican Phil Kaufman 13,937 18.9
Green Joann Cousin 1,028 1.4
Green Steven Welzer 957 1.3
Write-ins Personal choice[n 1] 23 0.0
Total votes 73,925 100.0
Democratic hold
District 15[edit]
15th Legislative District general election[24][23][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Reed Gusciora (incumbent) 17,657 35.7
Democratic Elizabeth Maher Muoio (incumbent) 16,845 34.1
Republican Anthony L. Giordano 7,502 15.2
Republican Peter Mendonez Jr. 7,345 14.9
Write-ins Personal choice 56 0.1
Total votes 49,405 100.0
Democratic hold
District 16[edit]

On election night, the returns initially showed incumbent Republican Donna Simon ahead of Democrat Andrew Zwicker. That night, Zwicker delivered a concession speech though later returns that night put him ahead of Simon.[25] After all provisional ballots were counted in the four counties comprising the district, Simon conceded on November 16.[26] Zwicker becomes the first Democrat to ever represent the 16th legislative district.

16th Legislative District general election[24][23][22][27][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jack Ciattarelli (incumbent) 16,577 25.4
Democratic Andrew Zwicker 16,308 25.0
Republican Donna Simon (incumbent) 16,230 24.9
Democratic Maureen Vella 16,043 24.6
Write-ins Personal choice[n 1] 29 0.0
Total votes 65,187 100.0
One Republican hold, one Democratic gain from Republican
District 17[edit]
17th Legislative District general election[22][27][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Joseph V. Egan (incumbent) 13,444 33.9
Democratic Joseph Danielsen (incumbent) 13,426 33.9
Republican Robert Mettler 6,362 16.0
Republican Brajesh Singh 2,430 13.7
Green Molly O'Brien 985 2.5
Total votes 39,647 100.0
Democratic hold
District 18[edit]
18th Legislative District general election[22][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Patrick J. Diegnan (incumbent) 16,256 31.9
Democratic Nancy Pinkin (incumbent) 16,113 31.6
Republican Teresa Rose Hutchison 9,432 18.5
Republican Synnove Bakke 9,123 17.9
Total votes 50,924 100.0
Democratic hold
District 19[edit]

Reyes Ortega originally won a spot on the Republican ticket in the general election but was replaced on the ballot by Jesus Varela.[17][18]

19th Legislative District general election[22][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John Wisniewski (incumbent) 16,159 36.3
Democratic Craig Coughlin (incumbent) 15,880 35.6
Republican Thomas E. Maras 6,597 14.8
Republican Jesus Varela 5,916 13.3
Total votes 44,552 100.0
Democratic hold
District 20[edit]
20th Legislative District general election[28][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Annette Quijano (incumbent) 12,061 39.3
Democratic Jamel Holley (incumbent) 11,568 37.7
Republican Stephen E. Kozlovich 3,593 11.7
Republican Roger Stryeski 3,398 11.1
Write-ins Personal choice 57 0.2
Total votes 30,677 100.0
Democratic hold
District 21[edit]
21st Legislative District general election[29][27][28][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jon Bramnick (incumbent) 20,024 29.9
Republican Nancy Munoz (incumbent) 19,783 29.5
Democratic Jill Anne LaZare 13,804 20.6
Democratic David Barnett 13,378 20.0
Write-ins Personal choice[n 1] 49 0.1
Total votes 67,038 100.0
Republican hold
District 22[edit]
22nd Legislative District general election[22][27][28][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic James J. Kennedy 12,087 30.5
Democratic Jerry Green (incumbent) 11,769 29.7
Republican William Vastine 8,076 20.4
Republican William H. Michelson 7,666 19.3
Write-ins Personal choice[n 1] 47 0.1
Total votes 39,645 100.0
Democratic hold
District 23[edit]
23rd Legislative District general election[24][27][30][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican John DiMaio (incumbent) 17,654 32.3
Republican Erik Peterson (incumbent) 17,071 31.2
Democratic Maria Rodriguez 10,056 18.4
Democratic Marybeth Maciag 9,759 17.8
Write-ins Personal choice[n 1] 148 0.3
Total votes 54,688 100.0
Republican hold
District 24[edit]
24th Legislative District general election[29][31][30][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Parker Space (incumbent) 18,058 34.8
Republican Gail Phoebus 17,217 33.2
Democratic Jacqueline Stapel 7,165 13.8
Democratic Michael F. Grace 6,998 13.5
Green Kenneth Collins 2,227 4.3
Write-ins Personal choice 210 0.4
Total votes 51,875 100.0
Republican hold
District 25[edit]
25th Legislative District general election[29][27][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Tony Bucco (incumbent) 13,947 29.4
Republican Michael Patrick Carroll (incumbent) 13,372 28.2
Democratic Richard J. Corcoran III 10,230 21.5
Democratic Thomas Moran 9,849 20.7
Write-ins Personal choice[n 1] 69 0.1
Total votes 47,494 100.0
Republican hold
District 26[edit]
26th Legislative District general election[32][29][33][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jay Webber (incumbent) 13,739 30.2
Republican BettyLou DeCroce (incumbent) 13,666 30.1
Democratic Avery Hart 8,805 19.4
Democratic Wayne B. Marek 8,525 18.8
Green Jimmy D. Brash 666 1.5
Write-ins Personal choice 40 0.1
Total votes 45,441 100.0
Republican hold
District 27[edit]
27th Legislative District general election[32][29][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John F. McKeon (incumbent) 19,128 29.4
Democratic Mila Jasey (incumbent) 17,971 27.6
Republican Wonkyu Rim 13,896 21.3
Republican Tayfun Selen 12,957 19.9
Libertarian Jeff Hetrick 616 0.9
Libertarian Damien Caillaut 564 0.9
Write-ins Personal choice 37 0.1
Total votes 65,169 100.0
Democratic hold
District 28[edit]
28th Legislative District general election[32][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ralph R. Caputo (incumbent) 9,512 43.2
Democratic Cleopatra Tucker (incumbent) 9,186 41.7
Republican David H. Pinckney 1,661 7.5
Republican Darnel C. Henry 1,646 7.5
Write-ins Personal choice 36 0.2
Total votes 22,041 100.0
Democratic hold
District 29[edit]
29th Legislative District general election[32][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic L. Grace Spencer (incumbent) 7,146 42.8
Democratic Eliana Pintor Marin (incumbent) 6,539 39.1
Republican Nicholas G. Campione 1,409 8.4
Republican Jeannette Veras 1,077 6.4
Wake Up Jersey Pablo Olivera 498 3.0
Write-ins Personal choice 38 0.2
Total votes 16,707 100.0
Democratic hold
District 30[edit]

Jimmy Esposito originally won a spot on the Democratic ticket in the general election but was replaced on the ballot by Lorna Phillipson.[17][18]

30th Legislative District general election[21][20][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Sean T. Kean (incumbent) 19,826 34.5
Republican Dave Rible (incumbent) 19,459 33.8
Democratic Jim Keady 9,148 15.9
Democratic Lorna Phillipson 7,867 13.7
Economic Growth Hank Schroeder 1101 1.9
Write-ins Personal choice 109 0.2
Total votes 57,510 100.0
Republican hold
District 31[edit]
31st Legislative District general election[34][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Angela V. McKnight 9,597 35.3
Democratic Nicholas Chiaravalloti 9,212 33.9
Republican Matthew Kopko 3,872 14.2
Republican Herminio Mendoza 2,603 9.6
Your Independent Leadership Anthony Zanowic 958 3.5
Your Independent Leadership Alejandro Rodriguez 934 3.4
Write-ins Personal choice 32 0.1
Total votes 27,208 100.0
Democratic hold
District 32[edit]
32nd Legislative District general election[35][34][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Vincent Prieto (incumbent) 12,276 43.0
Democratic Angelica M. Jimenez (incumbent) 11,805 41.4
Republican Lisamarie Tusa 2,223 7.8
Republican Frank Miqueli 2,212 7.8
Write-ins Personal choice 21 0.1
Total votes 28,537 100.0
Democratic hold
District 33[edit]
33rd Legislative District general election[34][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Annette Chaparro 12,338 39.5
Democratic Raj Mukherji (incumbent) 11,978 38.4
Republican Garrett P. Simulcik Jr. 3,556 11.4
Republican Javier Sosa 3,260 10.4
Write-ins Personal choice 91 0.3
Total votes 31,223 100.0
Democratic hold
District 34[edit]

Louis Rodriguez originally won a spot on the Republican ticket in the general election but withdrew his candidacy from the general election due to a federal job.[17][18][36]

34th Legislative District general election[32][33][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Thomas P. Giblin (incumbent) 13,436 42.2
Democratic Sheila Oliver (incumbent) 13,294 41.8
Republican John M. Traier 4,025 12.6
A Better Tomorrow Clenard H. Childress Jr. 977 3.1
Write-ins Personal choice 88 0.3
Total votes 31,820 100.0
Democratic hold
District 35[edit]
35th Legislative District general election[35][33][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Benjie E. Wimberly (incumbent) 11,905 36.4
Democratic Shavonda E. Sumter (incumbent) 11,904 36.4
Republican David Jimenez 4,522 13.8
Republican Ilia Villanueva 4,333 13.3
Write-ins Personal choice 13 0.0
Total votes 32,677 100.0
Democratic hold
District 36[edit]
36th Legislative District general election[35][33][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Gary Schaer (incumbent) 15,125 33.1
Democratic Marlene Caride (incumbent) 14,788 32.3
Republican Forrest Elliott Jr. 7,835 17.1
Republican James A. Lenoy 7,510 16.4
NSA Did 911 Jeff Boss 430 0.9
Write-ins Personal choice 39 0.1
Total votes 45,727 100.0
Democratic hold
District 37[edit]
37th Legislative District general election[35][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Valerie Huttle (incumbent) 18,930 35.9
Democratic Gordon M. Johnson (incumbent) 18,869 35.8
Republican Joseph M. Fiscella 7,598 14.4
Republican Gino P. Tessaro 7,338 13.9
Write-ins Personal choice 45 0.1
Total votes 52,780 100.0
Democratic hold
District 38[edit]

Anthony Cappola initially dropped out of the race on October 1 following the discovery of a controversial satirical book entitled Outrageous! written by Cappola.[37] Bergen County Republicans picked attorney Fernando Alonso to replace Cappola on the ballot pending the allowance of the replacement candidate on the ballot.[38] The Republicans unexpectedly dropped the effort to have the candidate replaced on October 13 and Cappola later announced his intention to continue in the race.[39][40]

38th Legislative District general election[35][33][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tim Eustace (incumbent) 19,563 29.1
Democratic Joseph Lagana (incumbent) 19,511 29.0
Republican Mark DiPisa 14,721 21.9
Republican Anthony Cappola 13,339 19.8
Write-ins Personal choice 95 0.1
Total votes 67,229 100.0
Democratic hold
District 39[edit]
39th Legislative District general election[35][33][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Holly Schepisi (incumbent) 22,016 31.3
Republican Robert Auth (incumbent) 20,227 28.7
Democratic John Derienzo 14,258 20.3
Democratic Jeffrey Goldsmith 13,840 19.7
Write-ins Personal choice 28 0.0
Total votes 70,369 100.0
Republican hold
District 40[edit]
40th Legislative District general election[35][32][29][33][9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican David C. Russo (incumbent) 19,675 28.0
Republican Scott Rumana (incumbent) 19,357 27.5
Democratic Christine Ordway 15,629 22.2
Democratic Paul Vagianos 15,573 22.2
Write-ins Personal choice 63 0.1
Total votes 70,297 100.0
Republican hold
  1. ^ a b c d e f g Write in votes not counted by Middlesex or Somerset counties

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