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Vice President, Government Affairs

According to numerous polls, incumbent Senator Bob Menendez continues to lead Bob Hugin, his Republican challenger. 1

New Jersey Congressional District #2 – According to the Stockton University Poll (9/19) of 535 likely voters, Democratic Senator Van Drew leads Republican Seth Grossman 55- 32 percent. 1

New Jersey Congressional District #3 – According to The New York Times / Siena College Poll (9/26) of 499 likely voters, Democrat Andy Kim leads incumbent Republican Congressman Tom MacArthur 49 – 39.  A poll taking earlier in August (8/7-8/9) by Monmouth University of 300 likely voters had Kim leading MacArthur 45 – 44. 1

New Jersey Congressional District #7 – According to the National Research Poll (9/24-27) of 400 likely voters, Democrat Mikie Sherrill leads Republican Jay Webber 46 – 43.  A poll taken earlier in June (6/22 – 6/25) by Monmouth University of 339 likely voters had Sherrill leading Webber 44 – 40. 2

New Jersey Congressional District #11– According to the Monmouth University Poll (9/13 – 9/17) of 504 likely voters, Democrat Tom Malinowski is narrowly trailing incumbent Republican Congressman Leonard Lance 44 – 45. A poll taken during the same timeframe by Siena College has Malinowski leading Lance 46 – 43. 2

Poll Date Sample Menendez (D) Hugin (R)
CBS News/YouGov 10/2 – 10/5 845 LV 49 39
Quinnipiac 9/25 – 10/2 1058 LV 53 42
Fairleigh Dickinson 9/26 – 9/30 508 LV 43 37
Stockton University 9/19 – 9/27 531 LV 45 43

 

 

1 https://www.realclearpolitics.com

2 https://www.realclearpolitics.com

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