Who Won New Jersey Elections in 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.
|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%|