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NJ CD 05 Data


The New Jersey Congressional District 05 is made of 80 municipalities across 4 counties.

Bergen: Allendale, Alpine, Bergenfield, Bogota, Closter, Cresskill, Demarest, Dumont, Emerson, Fair Lawn, Franklin Lakes, Glen Rock, Hackensack, Harrington Park, Haworth, Hillsdale, Ho-Ho-Kus, Lodi, Mahwah, Maywood, Midland Park, Montvale, New Milford, Northvale, Norwood, Oakland, Old Tappan, Oradell, Paramus, Park Ridge, Ramsey, Ridgewood, River Edge, River Vale, Rochelle Park, Rockleigh, Saddle River, Teaneck, Upper Saddle River, Waldwick, Washington, Westwood, Woodcliff Lake, Wyckoff,
Passaic: Ringwood, West Milford,
Sussex: Andover Borough, Andover Township, Branchville Borough, Frankford Township, Franklin Borough, Fredon Township, Green Township, Hamburg Borough, Hampton Township, Hardyston Township, Lafayette Township, Montague Township, Newton Town, Sandyston Township, Stillwater Township, Sussex Borough, Vernon Township, Walpack Township, Wantage Township,
Warren: Allamuchy Township, Belvidere Town, Blairstown Township, Frelinghuysen Township, Hackettstown Town, Hardwick Township, Hope Township, Independence Township, Knowlton Township, Liberty Township, Mansfield Township, Oxford Township, Washington Borough, Washington Township, White Township,

Congressional District CD05 overlaps part of Legislative Districts 23 24 26 37 38 39 40

District Representatives
OfficeTermNamePartyFirst ElectedExpire OnAddressEmailOfficial WebsiteVote SmartPropublicaOpensecretsGovTrack
US House 2 Yrs Josh Gottheimer Dem 2016 2022 websiteVote SmartPropublicaOpensecretsGovTrack




Voter Registrations
AffiliationJan 2018ChangeNov 2018ChangeMay 2019ChangeNov 2019ChangeApr 2020ChangeJun 2020ChangeNov 2020ChangeMay 2021
Dem147,9266,782154,7083,378158,0864,457162,5433,376165,919-38165,88118,039183,9203,037186,957
Rep147,1853,893151,0781,597152,6753,554156,2291,166157,395-211157,1849,623166,8071,404168,211
Una213,7012,915216,6161,396218,012-253217,7592,388220,14749220,196378220,5741,626222,200
Oth2,6417993,4401,0194,4597445,2034885,691-165,675985,7732656,038
Total511,45314,389525,8427,390533,2328,502541,7347,418549,152-216548,93628,138577,0746,332583,406
Margin7412,8893,6301,7815,4119036,3142,2108,5241738,6978,41617,1131,63318,746
Source: NJ State Voter Registrations By Congressional District



Previous Elections Results
YearElectionRegistered VotersBallots CastTurnoutDem VotesDem Votes %Rep VotesRep Votes %Dem CandidateRep CandidateMarginMargin %
2020US House613,945471,73576.84 %230,87548.94 %195,98341.55 %Josh GottheimerFrank T. Pallotta

34,892

7.39%

2019Assembly 1554,349167,78830.27 %72,62243.28 %83,43549.73 %

10,813

6.45%

2019Assembly 2554,349167,78830.27 %72,16243.01 %80,53648.00 %

8,374

4.99%

2018US House537,262336,18062.57 %173,91851.73 %129,98938.67 %Josh GottheimerJohn J. McCann Jr.

43,929

13.06%

2017Governor501,503216,09943.09 %104,78048.49 %102,85947.60 %Philip MurphyKim Guadagno

1,921

0.89%

2017NJ Senate501,503216,09943.09 %100,84146.66 %100,15346.35 %

688

0.31%

2017Assembly 1501,503216,09943.09 %99,76846.17 %94,87743.90 %

4,891

2.27%

2017Assembly 2501,503216,09943.09 %97,38245.06 %94,40243.68 %

2,980

1.38%

2016US House549,418399,47972.71 %177,08544.33 %159,78740.00 %Josh GottheimerScott Garrett

17,298

4.33%

2015Assembly 1484,982126,70626.13 %52,61341.52 %59,55947.01 %

6,946

5.49%

2015Assembly 2484,982126,70626.13 %53,11841.92 %55,99644.19 %

2,878

2.27%

2014US House498,596215,11843.14 %84,26739.17 %105,94849.25 %Roy ChoScott Garrett

21,681

10.08%

2013Governor479,105211,81444.21 %69,60032.86 %134,83063.65 %Barbara BuonoChris Christie

65,230

30.79%

2012US House519,105367,78470.85 %134,38136.54 %169,55246.10 %

35,171

9.56%

Source: State Elections Results Report



Counties

The "County Relevance" chart shows how the different counties within NJ05 contribute to the 2018 district electoral results (for Congress).

County Relevance House 2018
CountyRegistered VotersTurnoutDem VotesRep Votes
Bergen351,397228,232133,89482,869
Passaic28,60416,5897,2298,487
Sussex17,17121,946
Warren49,31527,47011,25214,953