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2020 New Jersey Globe Voter’s Guide

By David Wildstein, October 30 2020 5:15 pm

The 2020 New Jersey Globe Voter’s Guide takes a look at the statewide map for Tuesday’s presidential, U.S. Senate and House elections in a year when Donald Trump and a global health pandemic have dominated every nook and cranny of the state.

With nearly 3.2 million votes already cast – and rapidly increasing –in an election conducted primarily through vote-by-mail ballots, New Jersey is on track to pass the total turnout on Election Day 2016.

As of this year, for the first time in state history, New Jersey has more registered Democrats than unaffiliated voters – and outnumber Republicans by more than 1 million.

Republicans lost five congressional seats in the last two elections, but gained one back when Jeff Van Drew switched parties late last year.  Democrats are defending incumbents in districts that until recently sent Republicans to Congress.

Races in the 2nd, 3rd and 7th districts are too close to call.

U.S. Senator Cory Booker is seeking re-election to a third term.

There’s are also special elections for State Senate and Assembly in the 25th legislative district.

Click HERE to download the 2020 New Jersey Globe Voter’s Guide.

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