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NJ CD 10 Data


The New Jersey Congressional District 10 is made of 11 municipalities across 3 counties.

Essex: City of Orange, East Orange, Glen Ridge, Irvington, Maplewood, Village of South Orange,
Union: Hillside Twp., Linden City, Rahway City, Roselle Boro, Roselle Park,

Congressional District CD10 overlaps part of Legislative Districts 20 21 22 27 28 34

District Representatives
OfficeTermNamePartyFirst ElectedExpire OnAddressEmailOfficial WebsiteVote SmartPropublicaOpensecretsGovTrack
US House 2 Yrs Donald M. Payne Jr. Dem 2012 2022 websiteVote SmartPropublicaOpensecretsGovTrack




Voter Registrations
AffiliationJan 2018ChangeNov 2018ChangeMay 2019ChangeNov 2019ChangeApr 2020ChangeJun 2020ChangeNov 2020ChangeMay 2021
Dem256,58710,143266,7307,761274,4917,819282,3103,766286,076-129285,94715,724301,6712,727304,398
Rep24,0491,38425,4331,23826,67198127,65275928,4111528,4262,13330,5591,09831,657
Una159,8335,685165,5182,510168,02891168,1191,802169,921144170,0657,034177,099-5,402171,697
Oth2,4929493,4411,4734,9141,1786,0927506,842-196,823-286,795656,860
Total442,96118,161461,12212,982474,10410,069484,1737,077491,25011491,26124,863516,124-1,512514,612
Margin232,5388,759241,2976,523247,8206,838254,6583,007257,665144257,52113,591271,1121,629272,741
Source: NJ State Voter Registrations By Congressional District



Previous Elections Results
YearElectionRegistered VotersBallots CastTurnoutDem VotesDem Votes %Rep VotesRep Votes %Dem CandidateRep CandidateMarginMargin %
2020US House230,780145,38763.00 %114,89079.02 %18,91413.01 %Donald M. Payne Jr.Jennifer Zinone

95,976

66.01%

2019Assembly 1215,91940,08718.57 %31,15777.72 %4,92412.28 %

26,233

65.44%

2019Assembly 2215,91940,08718.57 %30,99777.32 %3,0287.55 %

27,969

69.77%

2018US House206,330107,46652.08 %86,97880.94 %10,6179.88 %Donald M. Payne Jr.Agha Khan

76,361

71.06%

2017Governor198,70271,15935.81 %59,63983.81 %8,70012.23 %Philip MurphyKim Guadagno

50,939

71.58%

2017NJ Senate198,70271,15935.81 %54,50876.60 %6,5319.18 %

47,977

67.42%

2017Assembly 1198,70271,15935.81 %51,10071.81 %7,29310.25 %

43,807

61.56%

2017Assembly 2198,70271,15935.81 %52,63673.97 %6,0568.51 %

46,580

65.46%

2016US House211,834129,80561.28 %90,58569.79 %13,52110.42 %Donald M. Payne Jr.David H. Pinckney

77,064

59.37%

2015Assembly 1197,22329,25214.83 %21,81474.57 %4,03813.80 %

17,776

60.77%

2015Assembly 2197,22329,25214.83 %21,80674.55 %4,20114.36 %

17,605

60.19%

2014US House196,43864,28232.72 %48,08874.81 %7,86912.24 %Donald M. Payne Jr.Yolanda Dentley

40,219

62.57%

2013Governor196,22965,37833.32 %44,30267.76 %18,07927.65 %Barbara BuonoChris Christie

26,223

40.11%

2012US House195,049128,45365.86 %94,67773.71 %12,5449.77 %

82,133

63.94%

Source: State Elections Results Report



Counties

The "County Relevance" chart shows how the different counties within NJ10 contribute to the 2018 district electoral results (for Congress).

County Relevance House 2018
CountyRegistered VotersTurnoutDem VotesRep Votes
Essex265,961121,594112,3726,983
Hudson97,41442,33725,8514,709
Union96,50446,63037,0308,499