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North Bergen Map: How Nick Sacco did in his past elections

Facing a challenge in the 2007 Democratic State Senate primary, Sacco won 95.5% in his hometown

By Ben Kestenbaum, May 10 2019 2:00 pm

North Bergen voters will go to the polls on Tuesday to elect all five commissioners for a four-year term.

The mayor, Nicholas J. Sacco, has been on the Township Commission since 1985 and has been mayor since 1991.   His five-candidate ticket faces a rematch from a slate headed by Larry Wainstein, a businessman who won 34% against Sacco in 2015.

Sacco won re-election by 32 points, carrying every district in North Bergen.

Election results from the May 2015 North Bergen non-partisan municipal election. Map by Ben Kestenbaum.

In 2011, Sacco was re-elected in North Bergen with 82% of the vote.

Election results from the May 2011 North Bergen non-partisan municipal election. Map by Ben Kestenbaum.

Sacco has also been a state senator since 1993, when he ousted an incumbent in the Democratic primary.  In 2007, when he was running for a fifth term, he faced Sean Connors, a Jersey City police officer and future assemblyman, in the Democratic primary.  North Bergen delivered almost 96% of the vote to Sacco.

Election results from the North Bergen results of the June 2007 Democratic primary for State Senate in the 32nd district. Map by Ben Kestenbaum.

 

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