NJ 21st Legislative District
The district included the following towns:
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As of the 2010 United States Census, the district had a population of 219,875, of whom 161,480 (73.4%) were of voting age.
The 2017 Census estimates a district population of 221,398 (165,543 of voting age).
The largest municipalities of the district are
60% of household have an average income of $100,000 and above (29.8% have $200,000 and above), Westfield having a median household income of $150.5k and Summit of $136.5k (state wide household median income being $73.3k).
Some of the most important topics under discussion in the State Congress are:
- Immigrants Driver License
- Redistricting (the Assembly voted in 2019 will handle the reboundaring of NJ districts after the 2020 Census)
- Infrastructure (Gateway Tunnel)
NJ LD 21 Electoral Data
Since 1983 the 21st district is represented by 2 Republican Representatives and 1 Republican Senator:
The Democratic challengers are:
More district information on Wikipedia.