Who Won New Jersey Elections in 2004?

Donald Payne
Date: 
Nov 2, 2004

It was only members of Congress running for election in New Jersey in 2004, and the incumbents won re-election in every district of New Jersey. In the 10th District, DFLer Donald Payne received an amazing 97% of the vote.

John Kerry won New Jersey's 15 electoral votes in the 2004 presidential election.

House Of Representatives
Winner
1st District Rob Andrews DEM Incumbent 75.0%
2nd District Frank LoBiondo REP Incumbent 65.1%
3rd District Jim Saxton REP Incumbent 63.4%
4th District Chris Smith REP Incumbent 67.0%
5th District Scott Garrett REP Incumbent 57.6%
6th District Frank Pallone DEM Incumbent 66.9%
7th District Mike Ferguson REP Incumbent 56.9%
8th District Bill Pascrell DEM Incumbent 69.5%
9th District Steven Rothman DEM Incumbent 67.5%
10th District Donald M Payne DEM Incumbent 96.9%
11th District Rodney Frelinghuysen REP Incumbent 67.9%
12th District Rush Holt DEM Incumbent 59.2%
13th District Bob Menendez DEM Incumbent 75.8%