New Jersey - U.S. House, District 3

as of November 1

The Candidates

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John Adler

  • Democrat (Incumbent)
  • Birthdate: August 23, 1959
  • Residence: Cherry Hill, NJ

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Jon Runyan

  • Republican
  • Birthdate: November 27, 1973
  • Residence: Mount Laurel, NJ

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Previous Results

    New Jersey U.S. House (2008)

    Candidate Party Votes %
    John Adler DEM 166,390 52.1%
    Chris Myers REP 153,122 47.9%

    U.S. President: New Jersey (2008)

    Data reflect statewide results.
    Candidate Party Votes %
    Barack Obama DEM 2,215,422 57.3%
    John McCain REP 1,613,207 41.7%
    Ralph Nader IND 21,298 0.6%
    Bob Barr IND 8,441 0.2%
    Cynthia McKinney IND 3,636 0.1%
    Chuck Baldwin IND 3,956 0.1%
    Brian Moore IND 699 0%
    Jeffrey Boss IND 639 0%
    Roger Calero IND 523 0%
    Gloria La Riva IND 416 0%

    district Election Profile

Source: Associated Press

Recent Analysis

Nov 1, 2010

New NPR Rating

Lean-R (was Toss-up)

    Oct 28, 2010

    New Sabato's Crystal Ball Rating

    Lean-R (was Toss-up)

      Oct 22, 2010

      New Rothenberg Political Report Rating

      Toss-up (was Lean-D)

        Oct 15, 2010

        New Sabato's Crystal Ball Rating

        Toss-up (was Lean-D)

          Oct 12, 2010

          New NPR Rating

          Toss-up (was Lean-D)

            Oct 8, 2010

            New Cook Political Report Rating

            Toss-up (was Lean-D)

              Sep 8, 2010

              Adler Works To Block GOP Offensive

              John Adler (D) first won the traditionally Republican seat, narrowly, in 2008 when the GOP incumbent, Jim Saxton, decided to retire. But newly elected Republican Gov. Chris Christie has been putting his prestige on the line for Jon Runyan, a former player for the Philadelphia Eagles. -Ken Rudin

              New NPR Rating

              Lean-D

                 

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