THE ASSEMBLY ELECTION: INCUMBENTS ARE POPULAR – SO ARE KEAN AND THE REPUBLICANS

Posted at 12:01 am October 20, 1985, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

The 1985 election for state Assembly is shaping up as a potentially good one for incumbents, with a majority of New Jersey voters giving legislators from their districts positive Job performance ratings. Democrats, however, hold only a small advantage over Republicans among voters who have decided which party’s candidates they plan to vote for in November, and Governor Kean’s coattails may be slightly longer than in 1983.

 

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