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New Jersey Primary Election 2022: Full results from 7 June

New Jersey voters take to the polls to vote in the state’s primary to select candidates for the November 2022 Mid-Term Election.

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The polls are now closed in New Jersey and the vote counting is now underway. At the national level New Jersey voters have cast ballots for to see who will head off in Congressional races in the Mid-Term election in November.

One of the closest watched races of the night occured in NJ’s 8th Congressional District where Senator Bob Menendez’s son, Robert J. Menendez, ran a tough race against various Democratic candidates including David Ocampo Grajales and Ane Roseborough-Eberhard. After, Albio Sires announced his retirement, the Democratic party had rallied around Robert J. Menendez.

In NJ’s 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th Congressional Districts, incumbents Con. Norcross, Con. Kim, Con. Gottheimer, and Con. Malinowski are expected to win their primaries.

In the state’s 9th, 11th, and 12th Congressional Districts, the current incumbents did not face a primary challenger and have already been named the a winner tonight.

Congresional Races in New Jersey 2022

1st Congressional District

Democrats: Norcross projected to win 

  • Norcross
  • DeSantis

Republicans: Gustafson projected to win

  • Gustafson
  • Galdo

2nd Congressional District

Democrats: Alexander projected to win 

  • Alexander
  • Rush

Republicans: Van Drew projected to win

  • Van Drew
  • Barker

3rd Congressional District

Democrats: Kim projected to win 

  • Kim
  • Hendler 

Republicans: Healey projected to win

  • Healey
  • Smith

4th Congressional District

Democrats: Jenkins wins, ran uncontested 

  • Jenkins

Republicans: Smith projected to win. 

  • Smith
  • Crispi

5th Congressional District

Democrats: Gottheimer wins, ran uncontested

Republicans: Remains to be called but Pallotta leads

  • Pallotta
  • De Gregorio

6th Congressional District

Democrats: Pallone wins, ran uncontested

Republicans: Remains to be called Kiley leads

  • Kiley
  • Mehta

7th Congressional District

Democrats: Malinowski projected to win 

  • Malinowski
  • Bacon

Republicans: Kean Jr. projected to win 

  • Kean Jr
  • Peterson

8th Congressional District

Democrats: Menendez projected to win

  • Menendez
  • Ocampo Grajales

Republicans: Arroyo wins, ran uncontested 

9th Congressional District

Democrats: Pascrell wins, ran uncontested 

Republicans: Prempeh wins, ran uncontested 

10th Congressional District

Democrats: Payne Jr. projected to win 

  • Payne Jr.
  • Oakley

Republicans: Pinckney projected to win 

  • Pinckney
  • Stewart

11th Congressional District

Democrats: Sherrill wins, ran uncontested 

Republicans: Remains to be called but DeGroot takes a small lead

  • Selen
  • DeGroot
  • Anderson 

12th Congressional District

Democrats: Watson Coleman wins, ran uncontested 

Republicans: Mayfield wins, ran uncontested