Click HERE to download the 2022 New Jersey Globe Spring Voter’s Guide for the municipal and primary elections.
A total of 56 candidates are on the ballot in Democratic and Republican primaries for the U.S. House of Representatives in the June 7 primary elections. Voters will choose 12 candidates from each party to face off in the November general election under a new congressional map drawn after the 2020 U.S. Census.
Some races are more competitive than others, and some primaries will give challengers the opportunity to face uphill battles in the general election, often against entrenched incumbents. Of the 11 incumbents seeking re-election, six of them face a primary opponent.
There is no U.S. Senate race in New Jersey this year, a phenomenon that occurs every six years. That puts candidates for Congress at the top of their respective tickets.
On May 10, voters in 11 New Jersey municipalities will go to the polls in non-partisan municipal elections.
The amazingly talented New Jersey Globe reporter Joey Fox wrote the municipal and primary voter’s guide. We hope you will enjoy his smart and detailed analysis.
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