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The New Jersey Legislative District 09 is made of 24 municipalities:

Atlantic: Galloway Port Republic
Burlington: Bass River Tabernacle Washington
Ocean: Barnegat Barnegat Light Beach Haven Beachwood Berkeley Eagleswood Harvey Cedars Lacey Little Egg Harbor Long Beach Ocean Ocean Gate Pine Beach Seaside Park Ship Bottom South Toms River Stafford Surf City Tuckerton

The Legislative District LD09 is part of 02 03 Congressional District


State Legislators
OfficeTermNamePartyFirst ElectedExpire OnAddressEmailOfficial WebsiteVote Smart
General Assembly 2 years Brian E Rumpf Rep 2003 2021 3 Genevieve Court, Little Egg Harbor - 08087 NJasmrumpf@njleg.org websiteVote Smart
General Assembly 2 years Dianne C Gove Rep 2009 2021 4601 Long Beach Blvd, Brant Beach - 08008 NJaswgove@njleg.org websiteVote Smart
State Senate 4 years Christopher J. Connors Rep 2008 2021 senconnors@njleg.org websiteVote Smart




Voter Registrations
AffiliationJan 2018ChangeNov 2018ChangeMay 2019ChangeNov 2019ChangeJun 2020ChangeNov 2020
Dem38,702+90439,606+3139,637+79640,433+60141,034+5,10246,136
Rep54,177+2,28756,464+53857,002+2,04259,044+1,20860,252+6,26766,519
Una74,799-5974,740-1,03173,709-27073,439+72774,166-1,27272,894
Oth1,091+3481,439+4861,925+3322,257+1532,410+1052,515
Total168,769+3,480172,249+24172,273+2,900175,173+2,689177,862+10,202188,064
Margin15,4751,38316,85850717,3651,24618,61160719,2181,16520,383
Source: NJ State Voter Registrations By Legislative District





Previous Elections Results
YearElectionRegistered VotersBallots CastTurnoutDem VotesDem Votes %Rep VotesRep Votes %Dem CandidateRep CandidateMarginMargin %
2020US House209,387164,18278.41 %57,88635.26 %80,43048.99 %

22,544

13.73%

2019Assembly 1173,91656,23132.33 %17,32030.80 %36,53764.98 %Sarah J. CollinsBrianE. Rumpf

19,217

34.18%

2019Assembly 2173,91656,23132.33 %16,24728.89 %35,80863.68 %Wayne LewisDianne C. Gove

19,561

34.79%

2018US House192,009110,55757.58 %37,65334.06 %56,67751.26 %

19,024

17.20%

2017Governor167,59168,88941.11 %25,09836.43 %41,24959.88 %Philip MurphyKim Guadagno

16,151

23.45%

2017NJ Senate167,59168,88941.11 %22,71732.98 %41,43860.15 %Brian Corley WhiteChristopher J. Connors

18,721

27.17%

2017Assembly 1167,59168,88941.11 %23,53434.16 %40,15858.29 %Jill DobrowanskyBrian E. Rumpf

16,624

24.13%

2017Assembly 2167,59168,88941.11 %22,72132.98 %39,52357.37 %Ryan YoungDianne C. Gove

16,802

24.39%

2016US House187,365133,69271.35 %32,05223.97 %70,21452.52 %

38,162

28.55%

2015Assembly 1158,31439,98125.25 %12,62831.59 %24,32560.84 %Fran ZimmerBrianE. Rumpf

11,697

29.25%

2015Assembly 2158,31439,98125.25 %12,17130.44 %23,67659.22 %John BinghamDianneC. Gove

11,505

28.78%

2014US House179,19568,23538.08 %20,47430.01 %36,95854.16 %

16,484

24.15%

2013Governor154,32769,68545.15 %16,60623.83 %50,50672.48 %Barbara BuonoChris Christie

33,900

48.65%

2012US House179,948119,48566.40 %37,73631.58 %58,93449.32 %

21,198

17.74%

Source: NJ State Elections Results Reports