New Jersey's congressional districts


New Jersey's congressional districts
New Jersey's 13 congressional districts, shaded according to representative party. In the 2010 elections, Republican Jon Runyan picked up the 3rd district from Democrat John Adler, who had held the seat for two years.

There are currently thirteen United States congressional districts in New Jersey based on results from the 2000 census. There were once as many as fifteen. The fifteenth district was lost after the 1980 census and the fourteenth district was lost after the 1990 census. As a result of the 2010 census, one additional seat will be lost, reducing New Jersey's representation to 12 seats.[1]

In the 112th Congress, Democrats hold seven seats and Republicans hold six seats, representing New Jersey in the United States House of Representatives.

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First Congressional District

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Represented by Robert Andrews (D)

Burlington County

Camden County

Gloucester County

Second Congressional District

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Represented by Frank LoBiondo (R)

Atlantic County
Cape May County
Cumberland County
Salem County
Burlington County

Camden County

Gloucester County

Third Congressional District

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Represented by Jon Runyan (R)

Burlington County

Camden County

Ocean County

Fourth Congressional District

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Represented by Christopher Smith (R)

Burlington County

Mercer County

Monmouth County

Ocean County

Fifth Congressional District

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Represented by Scott Garrett (R)

Warren County

Bergen County

Passaic County

Sussex County

Sixth Congressional District

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Represented by Frank Pallone (D)

Middlesex County

Monmouth County

Somerset County

Union County

Seventh Congressional District

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Represented by Leonard Lance (R)

Hunterdon County

Middlesex County

Somerset County

Union County

Eighth Congressional District

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Represented by William Pascrell (D)

Essex County

Passaic County

Ninth Congressional District

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Represented by Steven Rothman (D)

Bergen County

Hudson County

Passaic County

Tenth Congressional District

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Represented by Donald Payne (D)

Essex County

Hudson County

Union County

Eleventh Congressional District

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Represented by Rodney Frelinghuysen (R)

Essex County

Morris County

Passaic County

Somerset County

Sussex County

Twelfth Congressional District

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Represented by Rush Holt (D)

Hunterdon County

Mercer County

Middlesex County

Monmouth County

Somerset County

Thirteenth Congressional District

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Represented by Albio Sires (D)

Essex County

Hudson County

Middlesex County

Union County

Fourteenth Congressional District

The fourteenth district was eliminated after the 1990 census.

Fifteenth Congressional District

The fifteenth district was eliminated after the 1980 census.

At-Large Congressional District

The At-Large District was reorganized to district representation after the 1840 census.

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