N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP
A collection of domestic news from a Statehouse and around New Jersey
In his feat speech, Booker pronounced he is committed to operative across a narrow-minded order in a Senate.
Meanwhile, Bell pronounced he didn’t bewail his campaign.
Here is a county-by-county breakdown of a Senate competition results.
CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION REMAINS SPLIT
New Jersey electorate inaugurated 3 new members a U.S. House of Representatives, though a domestic change of the state’s commission remained split.
REPUBLICANS TAKE SENATE
Overall, Republicans took a infancy of a U.S. Senate from Democrats and gained seats in a House, which they already controlled.
Here is a map of a congressional results opposite a nation.
CHRISTIE’S ELECTION DAY
After roving around a nation this year ancillary gubernatorial possibilities as authority of a Republican Governors Association, Gov. Chris Christie saw a contenders he corroborated measure pivotal wins in Florida, Wisconsin, and Illinois — though there were also losses in Pennsylvania and New Hampshire.
Meanwhile, New York Republican gubernatorial carefree Rob Astorino — whom Christie famously refused to debate for — mislaid his try to oust Democratic obligatory Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Here is a demeanour during how his possibilities fared.
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IN OTHER NOTABLE RACES …
• State Assemblyman Joseph Cryan (D-Union) was elected Union County sheriff.
• In maybe a state’s biggest upset, Democratic freeholder Jim Tedesco knocked off obligatory Republican Kathleen Donovan for Bergen County Executive.
• Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo was simply re-elected.
• Here are finish formula of races across a state.
NJ Advance Media staff writers Brian Amaral, Matt Arco, Carla Astudillo, Claude Brodesser-Akner, Matt Friedman, Tom Haydon, James Kleimann, Susan K. Livio, Myles Ma, Alex Napoliello, Erin O’Neill, Ashley Peskoe, MaryAnn Spoto, S.P. Sullivan, and Bill Wichert, and Jersey Journal reporters Augustin C. Torres and Jonathan Lin contributed to this report.