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New Jersey Democratic Incumbents in Tight Congressional Races

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Democrats currently hold eight of New Jersey's 13 seats in the House of Representatives. With just days to go before the midterm elections, the five incumbent Republicans all appear to be in pretty good shape. However, to varying degrees, three of the Democratic incumbents have fights on their hands. And unlike in earlier years, every House race is being contested by challengers from both parties putting their hearts and souls into their sometimes long-shot bids.

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Running on, or from, Healthcare

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

I'm not saying it is a perfect bill, but it is a landmark bill. It will do for most of America what medicare did for those over 65. It changes the entire view of health care in America. It used to be that if you were over 65, you, on average, got inferior health care. After 1965, the elderly could count on good health care.

- Rush Holt, member of Congress from New Jersey's 12th District on The Brian Lehrer Show.



Contest for Congress: Democrat Holt Fights to Keep Seat in NJ's 12th House District

Sunday, October 10, 2010

For six-term Democratic incumbent Rush Holt, this year's reelection bid is a tough one against Republican Scott Sipprelle.

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