The last time that voters in New Jersey’s Second Congressional District had two non-incumbents to choose from as major party nominees was in 1994. That was the election in which Republican U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo replaced Democrat William J. Hughes, who retired that year.
That’s just two congressmen over a 43-year span. While both have done a good job representing voters’ interests, even term limit opponents must agree that this is long enough for anyone in Congress to become ossified.
Now that LoBiondo is retiring, we’re optimistic that we’ll see lively races — with multiple choices — both in June and November …read more
Source: NJ.com Cumberland