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Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. (D-N.J.)

District: 6th District
Political Highlights: Long Branch City Council, 1982-88; N.J. Senate, 1984-88; sought Democratic nominiation for U.S. Senate in a special election, 2013; U.S. House of Representatives, 1988-present
Born: Oct. 30, 1951; Long Branch, N.J.
Residence: Long Branch
Religion: Roman Catholic
Family: Wife, Sarah Hospodor-Pallone; three children
Education: Middlebury College, B.A. 1973; Tufts U., M.A. 1974; Rutgers U., J.D. 1978
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 1988 (14th full term)
Committee Assignments: Energy & Commerce (Commerce, Manufacturing & Trade; Communications & Technology; Energy & Power; Environment & the Economy; Health; Oversight & Investigations)

Election History
2014generalFrank Pallone (D) 72,19059.9
Anthony Wilkinson (R) 46,89138.9
Dorit Goikhman (LIBERT) 1,3761.1
2012generalFrank Pallone (D) 151,78263.3
Anna Little (R) 84,36035.2
Len Flynn (LIBERT) 1,3920.6
Karen Zaletel (OAI) 8680.4
Mac Lyden (I) 8300.3
Herb Tarbous (REF) 4060.2
2010generalFrank Pallone (D) 81,93354.7
Anna Little (R) 65,41343.7
Jack Freudenheim (I) 1,2990.9
Karen Zaletel (GTP) 1,0170.7
2008generalFrank Pallone (D) 164,07766.9
Robert McLeod (R) 77,46931.6
Herb Tarbous (I) 3,5311.4
2006generalFrank Pallone (D) 98,61568.6
Leigh-Ann Bellew (R) 43,53930.3
Herb Tarbous (DIS) 1,6191.1
2004generalFrank Pallone (D) 153,98166.9
Sylvester Fernandez (R) 70,94230.8
Virginia Flynn (LIBERT) 2,8291.2
Mac Lyden (X) 2,3991.0
2002generalFrank Pallone (D) 91,37966.5
Ric Medrow (R) 42,47930.9
Richard Strong (GREEN) 1,8191.3
Barry Allen (LIBERT) 1,2060.9
Mac Lyden (HUM) 6120.5
2000generalFrank Pallone (D) 141,69867.5
Brian Kennedy (R) 62,45429.8
Earl Gray (I) 4,2522.0
Karen Zaletel (I) 1,1200.5
Sylvia Kuzmak (I) 3280.2
1998generalFrank Pallone (D) 78,10257.0
Mike Ferguson (R) 55,18040.3
Carl Mayer (GREEN) 1,2910.9
Steve Nagle (LIBERT) 1,2620.9
Leonard Marshall (NJC) 1,1770.9
1996generalFrank Pallone (D) 124,63561.3
Steven Corodemus (R) 73,40236.1
Keith Quarles (LIBERT) 2,0441.0
Richard Sorrentino (NJC) 1,5090.7
Susan Normandin (NL) 1,2470.6
Stepanie Trice (SW) 6410.3
1994generalFrank Pallone (D) 88,92260.4
Mike Herson (R) 55,28737.5
Charles Dickson (CAP) 1,7741.2
Gary Rich (NJC) 8000.5
Richard Quinn (NL) 5480.4
1992generalFrank Pallone (D) 118,26652.3
Joseph Kyrillos (R) 100,94944.7
Joseph Spalletta (PPCAND) 2,1531.0
Bill Stewart (LIBERT) 1,4040.6
Peter Cerrato (IFF) 1,0730.5
George Predham (YGB) 9510.4
Simone Berg (SW) 6130.3
Kenneth Matto (AFP) 4110.2
Charles Dickson (CAP) 2730.1
1990generalFrank Pallone (D) 77,70949.0
Paul Kapalko (R) 73,45146.0
1988generalFrank Pallone (D) 117,02452.0
Joseph Azzolina (R) 107,47947.0
1988specialFrank Pallone (D) 116,98852.0
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