Maclyn Goldman

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Maclyn S. (Mac) Goldman (December 11, 1901 – November 18, 1977) was an American Democratic Party politician, lawyer and businessman. He represented Essex County in the New Jersey State Senate from 1966 to 1968. Goldman served as a Municipal Court Judge in West Orange, New Jersey and as the long time West Orange Democratic Municipal Chairman. He was the Essex County Treasurer. He was elected State Senator in 1965, but lost his bid for re-election in 1967 to Republican James Wallwork. He was a graduate of New York University and Rutgers Law School.[1]

1965 Essex County State Senator General Election Results[edit]

Winner Party Votes Loser Party Votes
Nicholas Fernicola Democrat 145,589 C. Robert Sarcone Republican 128,815
Maclyn Goldman Democrat 143,794 Irwin Kimmelman Republican 116,205
John J. Giblin Democrat 143,040 James E. Churchman, Jr. Republican 112,995
Hutchins F. Inge Democrat 135,959 William F. Tompkins Republican 112,128
George C. Richardson Independent 10,409
Kendrick O. Stephenson Independent 5,970
David Blumgart Independent 5,305
Frederick Waring Independent 44,76

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fitzgerald's Legislative Manual of New Jersey. 1967.