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New Jersey Primary Results -- June 2, 1998

By Congressional Quarterly



 Candidate                                         Votes    %
    Hometown         Age Occupation
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                       HOUSE DISTRICT 1
                    (Southwest -- Camden)

*Robert E. Andrews (D)                               Unopposed
    Bellmawr         40  Incumbent

*Ronald L. Richards (R)                              Unopposed
    Voorhees         50  Township committeeman


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 2
              (South -- Atlantic City; Vineland)

*Derek Hunsberger (D)                              4,987  96.3%
    Glassboro            University security officer
 Paul Scull (D) -- write-in                          194   3.7%
    Pennsville       30  Lawyer

*Frank A. LoBiondo (R)                               Unopposed
    Vineland         52  Incumbent


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 3
                (South central -- Cherry Hill)

*Steven J. Polansky (D) -- write-in                  Unopposed
    Cherry Hill          Lawyer

*Jim Saxton (R)                                      Unopposed
    Mount Holly      55  Incumbent


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 4
                     (Central -- Trenton)

*Larry Schneider (D)                               6,167  78.2%
    Hightstown       39  Software development executive
 Paul Rizzo (D)                                    1,075  13.6%
    Trenton              Retired federal employee
 Lewis duPont Smith (D)                              336   4.3%
    Collingswood
 Paul D. Teel (D)                                    306   3.9%
    Trenton

*Christopher H. Smith (R)                            Unopposed
    Robbinsville     45  Incumbent


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 5
                (North and West -- Ridgewood)

*Mike Schneider (D)                                  Unopposed
    Alpine           45  Former television news anchor

*Marge Roukema (R)                                16,177  52.8%
    Ridgewood        68  Incumbent
 Scott Garrett (R)                                14,440  47.2%
    Wantage          38  State representative


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 6
   (Central -- Part of Edison; New Brunswick; Long Branch)

*Frank Pallone Jr. (D)                               Unopposed
    Long Branch      46  Incumbent

*Michael Ferguson (R)                                Unopposed
    Red Bank         27  Community college professor


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 7
     (North and Central -- Parts of Woodbridge and Union)

*Maryanne S. Connelly (D)                            Unopposed
    Fanwood          52  Mayor

*Bob Franks (R)                                      Unopposed
    New Providence   46  Incumbent


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 8
                     (North -- Paterson)

*Bill Pascrell Jr. (D)                               Unopposed
    Paterson         61  Incumbent

*Matthew J. Kirnan (R)                               Unopposed
    Verona           38  Mayor


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 9
               (North -- Fort Lee; Hackensack)

*Steven R. Rothman (D)                               Unopposed
    Fair Lawn        45  Incumbent

*Steve Lonegan (R)                                   Unopposed
    Bogota           42  Mayor


                      HOUSE DISTRICT 10
              (Parts of Newark and Jersey City)

*Donald M. Payne (D)                              23,995  91.6%
    Newark           63  Incumbent
 Dennis H. Speed (D)                               2,206   8.4%
    Ridgefield Park  45  Magazine distributor

*William Stanley Wnuck (R)                           Unopposed
    Rahway           26  Computer scientist


                      HOUSE DISTRICT 11
                   (North -- Morris County)

*John P. Scollo (D)                                4,458  67.3%
    Bloomingdale     43  Lawyer
 James D. Kelly, Jr. (D)                             900  13.6%
    Boonton              Telecommunications company employee
 Frank C. Marmo (D)                                  843  12.7%
    Livingston       68  Retired journalist
 John Mele (D)                                       425   6.4%
    Basking Ridge    54  Insurance marketer

*Rodney Frelinghuysen (R)                            Unopposed
    Morristown       52  Incumbent


                      HOUSE DISTRICT 12
         (North and central -- Flemington; Princeton)

*Rush Holt (D)                                    10,055  63.2%
    Pennington       49  Physicist
 Carl J. Mayer (D)                                 5,860  36.8%
    Princeton        39  Lawyer

*Michael Pappas (R)                                  Unopposed
    Rocky Hill       37  Incumbent


                      HOUSE DISTRICT 13
              (Parts of Jersey City and Newark)

*Robert Menendez (D)                                 Unopposed
    Union City       44  Incumbent

*Theresa de Leon (R)                               2,706  67.4%
    Jersey City      40  Financial executive
 Carlos E. Munoz (R)                               1,306  32.6%
    West New York    61  County welfare department employee

* = Nominee
# = Will meet in runoff.

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