Who Won New Jersey Elections in 2010?
With no gubernatorial or U.S. Senate races in New Jersey in 2010, it was just the 13 seats in Congress up for grabs.
Twelve of the 13 incumbents won re-election. The only incumbent to fall was Democrat John Adler in the 3rd District, who lost to former NFL player Jon Runyan by less than three percentage points. That was the closest race as all the other incumbents won rather easily.
|1st District||Rob Andrews||DEM||Incumbent||63.2%|
|2nd District||Frank LoBiondo||REP||Incumbent||65.5%|
|3rd District||Jon Runyan||REP||50.0%|
|4th District||Chris Smith||REP||Incumbent||69.4%|
|5th District||Scott Garrett||REP||Incumbent||64.9%|
|6th District||Frank Pallone||DEM||Incumbent||54.7%|
|7th District||Leonard Lance||REP||Incumbent||59.4%|
|8th District||Bill Pascrell||DEM||Incumbent||62.7%|
|9th District||Steven Rothman||DEM||Incumbent||60.7%|
|10th District||Donald M Payne||DEM||Incumbent||85.2%|
|11th District||Rodney Frelinghuysen||REP||Incumbent||67.2%|
|12th District||Rush Holt||DEM||Incumbent||53.0%|
|13th District||Albio Sires||DEM||Incumbent||74.1%|