Christian Pro Life Candidates New Jersey 2014
New Jersey will elect their conservative candidates in the June 5, 2014 New Jersey Primary.
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US SENATE - Joe Kyrillos
See List of Recommended Pro Life Candidates for Congress New Jersey
Terry McGowan - Congress District 4
Scott Garrett - Congress District 5
Anna Little Congress District 6
David Larsen Congress District 7
Vote in Presidential Election in New Jersey
Anybody but Obama.
Mitt Romney remains the front runner.
There are those who are still concerned about Romney aggressively pushing the liberal agenda of Romney care, support for pro abortion, pro gun control, and making Massachusetts a sanctuary state for illegal aliens. Mitt Romney aggressively pushed for the implementation and legalization of gay marriage licenses as well.
For those with those concerns, Ron Paul is the most viable conservative candidate left.
A vote for Rick Santorum is also a viable option and the Newt Gingrich name also appears on the ballot.
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New Jersey - At-Large Presidential Delegates - Conservative Slate
Senator Michael J Doherty
Charles G Ward
Robert L Fernandez
George Joseph Muench III
Thomas J Ditmars
Harrison Salvatore Fischberg
Thomas F Salvia
Marie P Salvia
Daniel Alberto Herrera
Zachary Edward Wisnowski
Alternate At-Large Delegates Presidential Delegates - Conservative Slate
John K Raube, Sr.
Daniel T Pawlak
Jennifer L. Posner
William T Worrell
Michael D Levine
Peter David Zafonte
Frank L Colasurdo
Grace B. Austin
Lester William Redfield IV
Presidential Delegates by Congressional District - Conservative Slate
Vote for those in your congressional district.
Congressional District 1
Fernando Powers, Jody L. Chavez, Robbie Traylor
Alternates - Paul Schlimme, Fabiana M. Di Sanzo, John K Raube, Jr.
Congressional District 2
Donna Marie Ward, Ronald C Brittin, John O. Fisher
Alternates Lisa McVey-Fisher, Edward C. Reeves, Carl D Bradley
Congressional District 3
Kimberly Scheffer, Louis A Lippincott III, Lori McGrath
Alternates - Joseph P Sciulli, Peter Menges, Terrence P. Weseloski
Congressional District 4
Neil Evan Schloss, David J Palmieri, Joseph L Baratelli
Alternates - Gregory A. Rich, George Stamataros, Eric A. Antisell
Congressional District 5
Luciano Signorino, Edward P Durfee Jr, Sabaudin Skenderi,
Alternates - Richard Ebersbach, Michael J. Gerst, Eric S Lindholm
Congressional District 6
Judith Anne Shamy-O'Connor, Michael Feeley, James Chou
Alternates - Lynn Ann Goldhammer, James C Poesl, Michael Ward
Congressional District 7
Robert Leustek, Gloria D. Leustek, Edward J Helmstetter Jr,
Alternates - Paul Entin, David Wallace, Anand Bansal
Congressional District 8
Jak Karako, Daniel Alan Krause, Tatiana Katheryn Moroz
Alternates Frank Zell, Richard Brooks McShane III, Daniel Gordon
Congressional District 9
Julius F. Soti, Peter Maloupis, Angel Robinson
Alternates - Annette Fichter
Congressional District 10
Mark A Kirkconnell, Orian Breaux, John Luzzi
Pedro M Valerio, Kevin Maguire, Heidi Vanderhoof
Congressional District 11
William F Budesheim Jr, David Christopher Battaglia, Patrick Joseph Ruggiero
Alternates Cory James Therriault, Sheila Marie Battaglia, Michael John Fuller
Congressional District 12
Antonios Drivas, Jeremy Marcus, Victoria Manduca
Alternates - Grace A Alena, Peter Ross, Dannielle Amari
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Christian Candidates Voter Guide New Jersey 2014
New Jersey will elect its Christian candidates in the June 5, 2014 primary. New Jersey has 50 delegates.New Jersey is the 15th least conservative state, voting 8.26% less Republican in the 2008 presidential elections than the national average. New Jersey is trending toward Obama in the presidential primary.
At-Large Presidential Delegates for New Jersey
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