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ShaVonne Honor will seek the Democratic nomination to the state's 36th legislative district.

Honor leaves LD36 to Calabrese

No Assembly primary challenges this year

By Nikita Biryukov, April 09 2018 2:52 pm

ShaVonne Honor, the only candidate to declare a primary challenge at the state level in this year’s special Assembly elections, has withdrawn the race following a challenge to her nominating petitions.

The New Jersey Department of State received a notice of withdrawal from Honor, said department spokesman Tim Carroll.

Honor, a Rutherford school board member, did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Incumbent Assemblyman Clinton Calabrese, who was sworn in to replace Marlene Caride, who vacated the post for a position as Gov. Phil Murphy’s commissioner of banking and insurance, will still face Republican Marc Marsi in November, pending a challenge to Marsi’s petitions.

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