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The New Jersey Legislative District 01 is made of 30 municipalities:

Atlantic: Corbin City Estell Manor Weymouth
Cape May: Avalon Cape May Cape May Point Dennis Lower Middle North Wildwood Ocean City Sea Isle City Stone Harbor Upper West Cape May West Wildwood Wildwood Wildwood Crest Woodbine
Cumberland: Commercial Downe Fairfield Greenwich Hopewell Lawrence Maurice River Millville Shiloh Stow Creek Vineland

The Legislative District LD01 is part of 02 Congressional District


State Legislators
OfficeTermNamePartyFirst ElectedExpire OnAddressEmailOfficial WebsiteVote Smart
General Assembly 2 year Antwan L. McClellan Rep 2019 2021 211 S. Main Street, Cape May Court House - 08210 NJasmmcclellan@njleg.orgwebsiteVote Smart
General Assembly 2 year Erik K. Simonsen Rep 2019 2021 211 S. Main Street, Cape May Court House - 08210 NJasmsimonsen@njleg.org websiteVote Smart
State Senate 4 years Michael L. Testa Jr. Rep 2019 2021 211 S. Main Street, Cape May Court House - 08210 NJsentesta@njleg.org websiteVote Smart




Voter Registrations
AffiliationJan 2018ChangeNov 2018ChangeMay 2019ChangeNov 2019ChangeJun 2020ChangeNov 2020
Dem40,180+1,51441,694+22941,923+1,02442,947+39443,341+4,22947,570
Rep43,939+1,22245,161-4145,120+91646,036+84646,882+4,54351,425
Una63,024-22162,803-2,43660,367-29560,072+10360,175-1,38058,795
Oth992+3811,373+4871,860+3162,176+2172,393+1192,512
Total148,135+2,896151,031-1,761149,270+1,961151,231+1,560152,791+7,511160,302
Margin3,7592923,4672703,1971083,0894523,5413143,855
Source: NJ State Voter Registrations By Legislative District





Previous Elections Results
YearElectionRegistered VotersBallots CastTurnoutDem VotesDem Votes %Rep VotesRep Votes %Dem CandidateRep CandidateMarginMargin %
2020US House156,624116,42474.33 %48,52341.68 %61,16852.54 %

12,645

10.86%

2019Assembly 1150,70654,10035.90 %23,77843.95 %27,30450.47 %R. Bruce LandErik Simonsen

3,526

6.52%

2019Assembly 2150,70654,10035.90 %23,23442.95 %26,26448.55 %MatthewW. MilamAntwan McClellan

3,030

5.60%

2018US House153,09980,50852.59 %42,63552.96 %33,40141.49 %

9,234

11.47%

2017Governor147,96057,49938.86 %27,29147.46 %27,07547.09 %Philip MurphyKim Guadagno

216

0.37%

2017NJ Senate147,96057,49938.86 %35,46461.68 %18,58932.33 %Jeff Van DrewMary Gruccio

16,875

29.35%

2017Assembly 1147,96057,49938.86 %32,55456.62 %20,44535.56 %Bob AndrzejczakJames R. Sauro

12,109

21.06%

2017Assembly 2147,96057,49938.86 %30,93853.81 %20,25035.22 %R. Bruce LandRobert G. Campbell

10,688

18.59%

2016US House152,58499,43165.16 %29,12129.29 %54,19054.50 %

25,069

25.21%

2015Assembly 1142,69539,56327.73 %20,23151.14 %16,83842.56 %Bob AndrzejczakSam Fiocchi

3,393

8.58%

2015Assembly 2142,69539,56327.73 %19,14048.38 %16,39541.44 %R. Bruce LandJim Sauro

2,745

6.94%

2014US House146,80357,58539.23 %19,55233.95 %34,92160.64 %

15,369

26.69%

2013Governor145,81563,73343.71 %19,94331.29 %40,06762.87 %Barbara BuonoChris Christie

20,124

31.58%

2012US House150,85498,05065.00 %31,68532.32 %53,18254.24 %

21,497

21.92%

Source: NJ State Elections Results Reports