2017 New Jersey elections


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See how drivers can personalize their car through the apps they choose. Incumbent Republican Governor Chris Christie , who was re-elected to a second term in , [3] was term-limited and could not run for a third consecutive term. Primary elections took place on June 6, Woodcliff Lake Mayor Carlos Rendo was her running mate. Phil Murphy , banker and former U.

Ambassador to Germany , won the Democratic primary. Matt Riccardi ran as the Constitution Party candidate. There were two other independent candidates on the ballot. Polls closed at 8 pm EST. Murphy won the election, receiving However, unaffiliated voters can change their party registration and vote in either party primary on the day of the election. The deadline to file petitions to qualify for primary elections was April 3, Eleven contenders submitted petitions which satisfied the minimum 1, signatures required.

Gubernatorial primary candidates utilized what is known as the " matching funds " program. State law mandates that any primary candidates who qualify for matching funds must participate in at least two primary debates.

The first debates were held on May 9 and were hosted by Stockton University. The Republicans were the first to debate followed by the Democrats. The debates were live-streamed on Facebook, the university's website via Livestream and on News 12 New Jersey. The live stream was also simulcasted in Spanish. The Republican debates included two of the five candidates: Jack Ciattarelli and Kim Guadagno , who both qualified for matching funds.

His challenge was rejected by the state courts. The Democratic debates included four of the six candidates: Jim Johnson , John Wisniewski who both qualified for matching funds , Phil Murphy who opted out of the matching funds program and spent enough to qualify for the debates , and Raymond Lesniak who did not raise enough to qualify for matching funds but loaned his campaign enough money to qualify for the debates.

Seven candidates were on the ballot in the November general election, the lowest number in a New Jersey gubernatorial contest since six ran in The following candidates have qualified to appear in the state-sponsored debates: The following third-party or independent candidates qualified for the ballot but did not raise enough money to qualify for state-sponsored debates: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Retrieved August 19, Retrieved November 11, Retrieved October 11, Retrieved April 2, Retrieved March 19, Retrieved June 28, Retrieved March 23, Retrieved March 8, All elected offices at the state level were on the ballot in this election cycle, including Governor and Lieutenant Governor for four-year terms, all 80 seats in the New Jersey General Assembly for two-year terms, and all 40 seats in the State Senate for four-year terms. In addition to the gubernatorial and State Legislative elections, numerous county offices and Freeholders in addition to municipal offices were up for election.

There were two statewide ballot questions and some counties and municipalities also had a local ballot question. Non-partisan local elections, some school board elections, and some fire district elections were also held throughout the year. All 40 seats of the New Jersey Senate were up for election.

Prior to the elections, Democrats held a 24—16 majority in the upper house. Democrats picked up an open seat in District 7 and defeated a Republican incumbent in District 11 , while Republicans defeated an appointed Democratic incumbent in District 2.

Overall, this resulted in Democrats having a net gain of one seat, increasing their majority to 25— In addition, four members who were elected in the last election in have since left office: Donald Norcross D- 5th , resigned , [4] Peter J. O'Toole R- 40th , resigned after previously announcing retirement , [6] and Jim Whelan D- 2nd , died in office after previously announcing retirement. Incumbent Democratic Senator Jim Whelan declined to seek a fourth term, announcing his retirement on January 4, Following the death of Whelan on August 22, , Bell was unanimously selected to fill the remainder of his term by local Democratic committee members on September 5, and was sworn in on October 5.

Pascetta was not on the official list of candidates for the general election. Citing health concerns, incumbent Republican Senator Diane Allen declined to run for a seventh term, announcing her retirement on January 31, On June 13, Governor Chris Christie nominated Prisco to a worker's compensation judgeship, whom consequently would later drop out.

Incumbent Republican Senator Joe Kyrillos announced that he would not run for a ninth term on October 25, Csizmar was replaced on the ballot for the general election by Lewis Glogower, who was previously one of the nominees for the Assembly seat.

Following the primary, Rittenhouse dropped out of the race on September Incumbent Democratic Senator Raymond Lesniak declined to run for re-election and instead ran for Governor.

Incumbent Republican Senator Kevin J. O'Toole announced on January 15, that he would not run for re-election. O'Toole however did not immediately resign to accept the position, staying for the time being in his Senate seat to "tie up loose ends. Following O'Toole's resignation, Corrado was selected without opposition by local Republican committee members to serve the remainder of his term on July 26, and was sworn in on October 5. All 80 seats of the New Jersey General Assembly were up for election.

Prior to the elections, Democrats held a 52—28 majority in the lower house. Overall, the Democrats increased their majority by 2 to a supermajority at 54—26, thanks to holding all their seats as well as picking up open seats in District 2 and District In addition, four members who were elected in the last election in have since resigned: Diegnan D- 18th , [] L.