Women Running in New Jersey

Significance of State

"New Jersey has more electoral votes per square mile than any state except Rhode Island. Its 14 electoral votes make it a rich prize." "New Jersey has gone Democratic in the last seven elections, after voting Republican in the previous six. Hillary Clinton won the state over Donald Trump by a margin of 55% to 41% in 2016." New Jersey's primary is scheduled for July 7, 2020, 

Amy Kennedy ~ U.S. House, District 2

Amy won her party's nomination and will be on the ballot in November. She will have incumbent Republican Jeff Van Drew. The district is a “pivot county,” meaning that it switched from Democratic (voted for Obama in 2012) to Republican (voted for Trump in 2016).

Bonnie Watson Coleman ~ U.S. House, District 12

Bonnie Watson Coleman is the incumbent representing New Jersey’s 12th district. She won the July 7th Democratic primary, earning her party's nomination. Her Republican challenger is candidate Mark Razzoli.

Mikie Sherrill ~ U.S. House, District 11

Incumbent Mikie Sherrill is running unopposed in the Democratic Primary. In November, she will be running against Republican Rosemary Becchi.

Stephanie Schmid ~ U.S. House, District 4

Stephanie won the Democratic Primary and advances to the General Election. She will face Republican incumbent Chris Smith.

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