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Congressman Frank Pallone keeps his seat as representative for New Jersey's sixth district. Supporters celebrate the incumbent's 12th term in a row last night in the 2250 Local Carpenters Union Hall in Red Bank. Pallone succeeded his oppenent Anna Little, the Borough of Highlands Mayor, by a 9 percent margin.
Anna Little, Borough of Highlands mayor, concedes the election to Democratic incumbent Frank Pallone last night at the Shore Casino in Atlantic Highlands. Little obtained 43.6 percent of the sixth district voters to Pallone's 55 percent. Supporters say they would remain loyal to Little if she were to run in the future.
I am, among many things, a fairly liberal Democrat. I feel that anyone who has read one of my past columns would clearly be able to connect the dots and reach that conclusion. I have a certain view of the world, of America and of the state. If presented with new information, I have no problem with altering my view to align itself best with the facts at hand. There are many like me in this country, especially at a fairly liberal state school like the University. However, there is one thing that sets me apart from people who feel as strongly as I do in the realm of politics.
Jim Cahill, running unopposed as the incumbent candidate in New Brunswick's mayoral race, will spend his sixth term in office serving the people of the city following yesterday's election.
If the Democratic Party wanted to maintain its dominance in Congress, focusing its attention toward motivating female voters may be an effective way.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, N.J. — Republican candidate Anna Little lost to Democrat Frank Pallone last night after months of campaigning for the congressional seat.
RED BANK, N.J. — For the 10th election in a row, Frank Pallone reclaimed the congressional seat of New Jersey's 6th District over Republican challenger Anna Little.
Independent candidate Chris Daggett gives his concession speech last night after Governor-elect Chris Christie won the race for governor. Although he recognized his chance to win as a long shot, Daggett viewed his campaign as an accomplishment
Empower Our Neighborhoods volunteers Mike Shanahan, left; Avianna Perez, middle; and Kristen Clarke, right, rally support for the city ward campaign yesterday outside Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus.
EON Executive Board Members Martha Guarnieri, left, and Charlie Kratovil, right, wait for election ballots to be counted yesterday in the city clerk's office.
Despite spending double the amount Governor-elect Chris Christie during the campaign, Gov. Jon S. Corzine loses re-election with 44 percent of the vote. Corzine, at his concession speech, thanks Independent candidate Chris Daggett, who loses with 5.5 percent of the vote, for helping to bring focus and clarity to the election.