Who Won New Jersey Elections in 2006?
Democratic Incumbent Senator Bob Menendez (pictured) retained his seat in the 2006 election when he defeated Republican challenger Thomas Kean. Menendez had been appointed to fill the seat earlier in 2006.
Incumbent Representatives ran in and won 12 of the 13 House seats for New Jersey in 2006. Robert Andrews in the 1st District and Donald Payne in the 10th District ran unopposed. The open seat in the 13th District was won by Democrat Albio Sires.
|1st District||Rob Andrews||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|2nd District||Frank LoBiondo||REP||Incumbent||61.6%|
|3rd District||Jim Saxton||REP||Incumbent||58.4%|
|4th District||Chris Smith||REP||Incumbent||65.7%|
|5th District||Scott Garrett||REP||Incumbent||54.9%|
|6th District||Frank Pallone||DEM||Incumbent||68.6%|
|7th District||Mike Ferguson||REP||Incumbent||49.4%|
|8th District||Bill Pascrell||DEM||Incumbent||70.9%|
|9th District||Steven Rothman||DEM||Incumbent||71.5%|
|10th District||Donald M Payne||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|11th District||Rodney Frelinghuysen||REP||Incumbent||62.1%|
|12th District||Rush Holt||DEM||Incumbent||65.7%|
|13th District||Albio Sires||DEM||77.5%|