Dem Mayor Considering Frelinghuysen Challenge

Multiple Democrats are already in the race.

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Ally Mutnick
July 7, 2017, 10:11 a.m.

Wood­land Park May­or Keith Kazmark (D) is con­sid­er­ing a run against Rep. Rod­ney Frel­inghuysen (R). He send an In­de­pend­ence Day greet­ing card over the week­end “to elec­ted of­fi­cials, county com­mit­tee mem­bers, and party lead­ers in and around” the dis­trict, “as well as state party lead­ers,” ac­cord­ing to a source.

“Kazmark’s up for re-elec­tion in Wood­land Park this year, but looks to be in fine shape, us­ing the June 6th primary as an op­por­tun­ity to test-drive his abil­ity to get out the votes.” (In­siderNJ)

Navy heli­copter pi­lot Mikie Sher­rill (D) and former Na­tion­al Guard spe­cial­ist Jack Gebbia (D) are in the race. Na­tion­al Demo­crats are eager to draft state As­sembly­man John McK­eon (D).


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