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If you are interested in running for Freeholder of Somerset County, please email the Executive Director with a resume and 2-3 paragraphs on why you'd be a good candidate.
If interested in running for municipal office, please contact your municipal Democratic chair.
Democrats are proud to represent >75% of our population and >80% of our municipalities.
The 2019 Election will include the following races:
Assembly 16: 2 Members
Assembly 17: 2 Members
Assembly 21: 2 Members
Assembly 22: 2 Members
Assembly 23: 2 Members
Assembly 25: 2 Members
County: 1 Freeholder, 1 Sheriff
Bedminster: 2 Committee Members
Bernards Twp: 1 Committee Member
Bernardsville: 2 Council Members
Bound Brook: 1 Mayor, 1 Council Member
Branchburg: 2 Committee Members
Bridgewater: 1 Mayor, 2 Council Members
Far Hills: 2 Council Members
Franklin: 1 Mayor, 3 Council Members (at large)
Green Brook: 1 Committee Member
Hillsborough: 1 Committee Member
Manville: 1 Mayor, 2 Council Members
Millstone: 2 Council Members
Montgomery: 2 Committee Members
Peapack-Gladstone: 2 Council Members
Raritan: 1 Mayor, 2 Council Members
Rocky Hill: 3 Council Members
Somerville: 1 Mayor, 3 Council Members
South Bound Brook: 1 Mayor, 2 Council Members
Warren: 1 Committee Member
Watchung: 2 Council Members
How many Rs and Ds are in Somerset County?Posted May 28, 2017 at 07:00 AM | Updated June 05, 2017 at 01:13 PM
New Jersey is a Democratic-leaning state, but Republicans are far from obsolete in the Garden State.
The GOP is outnumbered by registered Democrats by nearly 840,000 people, according to the latest statistics from the state's Division of Elections. As of the end of April, New Jersey had 2,048,311 registered Democrats and 1,209,127 Republicans.
But registered Republicans outnumber Democrats in six of the state's 21 counties, and there several other counties that are pretty evenly split. While Donald Trump lost New Jersey by 14 points to Hillary Clinton last year, nine counties tipped in the Republican's favor.
The largest number of New Jersey voters — 2,402,244 to be exact — have not formally claimed any party affiliation. But pollsters who know such things say the breakdown of these unaffiliated voters is pretty close to the Democrat/Republican split.
"Among the Independents, when asked if they 'lean' one direction or another, 14 percent go (Democratic), 9 percent go (Republican) and 18 percent remain Independent," Krista Jenkins, director of Fairleigh Dickinson University's PublicMind Poll, said based off the last statewide poll the group took in March.
Read the full article, including all NJ Counties, HERE!