New Jersey Gubernatorial Election, 2013
New Jersey gubernatorial election, 2013
New Jersey
2009 November 5, 2013 (2013-11-05) 2017 ->
Turnout 39.6%[1] (Decrease7.3%)
  Chris Christie April 2015 (cropped).jpg Barbara Buono 2012.jpg
Nominee Chris Christie Barbara Buono
Party Republican Democratic
Running mate Kim Guadagno Milly Silva
Popular vote 1,278,932 809,978
Percentage 60.3% 38.2%

New Jersey Governor Election Results by County, 2013.svg
Winning percentage by county:
  Christie--70-80%
  Christie--60-70%
  Christie--50-60%
  Buono--50-60%
  Buono--60-70%

Governor before election

Chris Christie
Republican

Elected Governor

Chris Christie
Republican

The New Jersey gubernatorial election of 2013 took place on November 5, 2013, to elect the Governor of New Jersey. Incumbent Republican Governor Chris Christie ran for re-election to a second term in office.[2] He faced Democratic nominee Barbara Buono and six others in the general election. He was re-elected by a wide margin, tallying over 60 percent of the vote[3] Less than 40% of registered voters cast ballots, the lowest ever for a gubernatorial election.[4] Christie became the first Republican gubernatorial candidate to win more than 50 percent of the vote since Tom Kean, Sr.'s landslide victory in 1985.

Christie won 21% of African Americans and 51% of Latinos.

Christie was criticized for spending an additional $12-25 million of state money to hold a special election for United States Senator for New Jersey three weeks earlier on October 16, instead of simply holding the special election on the general election day on November 5. The U.S. Senate election featured popular Newark mayor Cory Booker, a Democrat, who it was thought would attract more black and other minority voters who would be likely to vote for Christie's Democratic opponent Buono in the Governor's race.[5] Booker won the Senate election handily.

Republican primary

Candidates

Declared

Results

2013 Republican Primary -- New Jersey gubernatorial election[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Chris Christie 205,666 91.91%
Republican Seth Grossman 18,095 8.09%
Total votes 233,761 100%

Democratic primary

Candidates

Declared

Removed from Primary Ballot

Araujo, Bergmanson, Boss, and Webster had their nominating petitions challenged by the New Jersey Democratic State Committee; only Webster's petitions were found to be valid therefore allowing his name to remain on the primary ballot with Buono.[13] Araujo and Boss subsequently filed new petitions to run in the general election as independents.[14]

Declined

Polling

Results

2013 Democratic Primary -- New Jersey gubernatorial election[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Barbara Buono 173,714 88.10%
Democratic Troy Webster 23,457 11.90%
Total votes 195,171 100%

General election

Major party candidates

  • Chris Christie (Republican), incumbent Governor
  • Barbara Buono (Democratic), former Majority leader of the New Jersey Senate
  • Running mate: Milly Silva, New Jersey executive vice president for 1199 SEIU[24]

Minor candidates

Endorsements

Polling

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Chris
Christie (R)
Barbara
Buono (D)
Other Undecided
Quinnipiac October 30-November 3, 2013 1,388 ± 2.6% 61% 33% 1% 6%
Monmouth October 30-November 2, 2013 1,436 ± 2.6% 57% 37% 2% 4%
Rutgers-Eagleton October 28-November 2, 2013 535 ± 4.2% 66% 30% -- 4%
Fairleigh Dickinson University October 24-30, 2013 570 ± 4.1% 59% 40% 1% --
Kean University October 28, 2013  ? ± 3% 54% 36% -- 10%
Stockton Polling Institute October 23-28, 2013 804 ± 3.5% 56% 32% 4% 8%
Quinnipiac October 21-27, 2013 1,203 ± 2.8% 64% 31% 1% 5%
Quinnipiac October 10-14, 2013 1,938 ± 2.2% 62% 33% -- 5%
Rutgers-Eagleton October 7-13, 2013 562 ± 4.1% 59% 33% -- 8%
Monmouth October 10-12, 2013 1,606 ± 2.5% 59% 35% 2% 4%
Stockton Polling Institute October 3-8, 2013 800 ± 3.5% 61.2% 27.8% -- 10.9%
Rasmussen October 7, 2013 1,000 ± 3% 55% 34% 4% 7%
Quinnipiac October 5-7, 2013 1,144 ± 2.9% 62% 33% 1% 4%
Fairleigh Dickinson University September 30-October 5, 2013 702 ± 3.7% 58% 25% 2% 15%
Monmouth September 26-29, 2013 615 ± 4% 56% 37% -- 7%
Quinnipiac September 19-22, 2013 1,249 ± 2.8% 64% 30% 1% 5%
Pulse Opinion Research September 19, 2013 1,000 ± ? 52% 34% 6% 8%
Stockton Polling Institute September 15-21, 2013 812 ± 3.4% 58.2% 30.2% 1.3% 10.4%
Rasmussen September 10-11, 2013 999 ± 3% 58% 32% 2% 8%
Rutgers-Eagleton September 3-9, 2013 568 ± 4.1% 55% 35% 1% 8%
Fairleigh Dickinson University August 21-27, 2013 700 ± 3.7% 50% 26% 6% 19%
Monmouth August 15-18, 2013 777 ± 3.5% 56% 36% 3% 6%
Quinnipiac August 1-5, 2013 2,042 ± 2.2% 58% 30% 1% 11%
Quinnipiac July 2-7, 2013 1,068 ± 3% 61% 29% 1% 9%
Pulse Opinion Research June 18, 2013 1,000 ± 3% 58% 28% 6% 8%
Fairleigh Dickinson University June 10-16, 2013 705 ± 3.7% 57% 27% 2% 13%
Rasmussen June 12-13, 2013 1,000 ± 3% 58% 28% 4% 10%
Stockton Polling Institute June 8-13, 2013 741 ± 3.6% 64.2% 24.5% 2% 10%
Monmouth June 10-11, 2013 626 ± 3.9% 61% 31% 4% 4%
Quinnipiac June 7-9, 2013 858 ± 3.4% 59% 29% 1% 10%
Rutgers-Eagleton June 3-9, 2013 763 ± 3.6% 59% 27% 2% 12%
NBC News/Marist April 28-May 2, 2013 1,080 ± 3% 60% 28% 1% 10%
Quinnipiac April 19-22, 2013 1,112 ± 2.9% 58% 26% 1% 14%
Rutgers-Eagleton April 3-7, 2013 819 ± 3.7% 57% 27% -- 16%
Harper Polling March 24-25, 2013 760 ± 3.55% 58% 27% -- 15%
Quinnipiac March 19-24, 2013 1,129 ± 2.9% 60% 25% 1% 14%
Fairleigh Dickinson University March 4-10, 2013 702 ± 3.7% 58% 22% -- 20%
Quinnipiac February 13-17, 2013 1,149 ± 2.9% 62% 25% 1% 13%
Monmouth February 6-10, 2013 803 ± 3.5% 62% 20% 6% 12%
Rutgers-Eagleton January 30-February 3, 2013 698 ± 3.7% 63% 21% -- 16%
Quinnipiac January 15-21, 2013 1,647 ± 2.4% 63% 22% -- 14%
Pulse Opinion Research January 6, 2013 1,000 ± 3% 55% 22% 5% 18%
Fairleigh Dickinson University January 2-6, 2013 700 ± 3.7% 64% 21% 1% 14%
Public Policy Polling November 26-28, 2012 600 ± 4% 60% 20% -- 21%
Quinnipiac November 19-25, 2012 1,664 ± 2.4% 61% 23% 1% 15%
Rutgers-Eagleton November 14-17, 2012 1,097 ± 2.9% 60% 22% 2% 15%
Quinnipiac October 10-14, 2012 1,405 ± 2.6% 49% 33% -- 18%

Results

New Jersey gubernatorial election, 2013[107]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Chris Christie (inc.) 1,278,932 60.30% +11.80%
Democratic Barbara Buono 809,978 38.19% -6.71%
Libertarian Kenneth R. Kaplan 12,155 0.57% +0.37%
Green Steve Welzer 8,295 0.39% +0.39%
Glass-Steagall Now Diane W. Sare 3,360 0.16% +0.16%
Peace and Freedom William Araujo 3,300 0.16% +0.16%
Independent Hank Schroeder 2,784 0.13% +0.13%
NSA Did 911 Jeff Boss 2,062 0.1% +0.1%
Majority 468,954 22.11% +18.53%
Turnout 2,120,866 38.48% -8.4%
Republican hold Swing

County Results

Results of the general election by municipality, darker colors indicate higher win percentage:
-Red municipalities won by Christie
-Blue municipalities won by Buono
-One borough (Victory Gardens) Christie and Buono tied
County Christie % Christie votes Buono % Buono votes Other % Other votes
Atlantic 62.2% 43,975 36.1% 25,557 1.6% 1,166
Bergen 60.2% 136,178 38.6% 87,376 1.1% 2,515
Burlington 62.3% 79,220 36.3% 46,161 1.3% 1,698
Camden 54.8% 64,545 43.7% 51,546 1.5% 1,786
Cape May 71.6% 23,531 26.7% 8,798 1.6% 519
Cumberland 56.7% 17,943 41.4% 13,129 1.9% 595
Essex 37.0% 57,353 61.8% 95,747 1.1% 1,705
Gloucester 64.1% 50,640 34.2% 27,060 1.6% 1,285
Hudson 43.6% 42,567 54.7% 53,386 1.7% 1,632
Hunterdon 73.5% 31,292 24.4% 10,425 2.0% 842
Mercer 51.9% 48,530 46.3% 43,282 1.7% 1,621
Middlesex 58.3% 101,619 40.2% 70,225 1.4% 2,468
Monmouth 70.7% 123,417 27.7% 48,477 1.6% 2,753
Morris 70.1% 98,888 28.2% 39,824 1.7% 2,382
Ocean 75.8% 125,781 22.8% 37,930 1.4% 2,311
Passaic 52.9% 53,858 45.9% 46,825 1.1% 1,140
Salem 66.6% 12,748 30.7% 5,889 2.6% 495
Somerset 67.6% 58,981 30.8% 26,913 1.6% 1,419
Sussex 71.1% 29,873 25.4% 10,704 3.4% 1,419
Union 51.2% 58,135 47.4% 53,869 1.4% 1,560
Warren 72.6% 19,858 25.0% 6,855 2.4% 645

See also

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