District 21: Incumbents Retain Seats
Kean, Bramnick and Munoz all win by more than 10,000 votes.
All three incumbent candidates in District 21 will retain their seats, and by large margins.
Thomas Kean Jr. (R-Westfield) kept his Senate seat by defeating Paul Swanicke (D-Warren), 26,699 to 12,650 according to the unofficial totals on the Somerset, Union and Morris county clerk websites.
Jon Bramnick (R-Westfield) and Nancy Munoz (R-Summit) also will keep their seats in the Assembly, defeating Bruce Bergen (D-Springfield) and Norman Albert (D-Cranford) by more than 10,000 votes. Darren Young (I-Summit) received 1,070 votes, unofficially.
Full unofficial totals from the three counties are listed below.
|Candidate||Somerset County votes (100 percent)
||Morris County votes (100 percent)
||Union County votes (100 percent)||Total|
|Thomas Kean Jr.* (R-Westfield)||5,943||2,517||18,239||26,699
|Paul Swanicke (D-Warren)||2,125||1,007||9,518||12,650
|Candidate||Somerset County votes (100 percent)||Morris County votes (100 percent)||Union County votes (100 percent)||Total|
|Jon Bramnick* (R-Westfield)||5,561||2,289||16,516||24,366
|Nancy Munoz* (R-Summit)||5,619||2,318||16,621||24,558
|Bruce Bergen (D-Springfield)||2,182||1,053||9,896||13,131
|Norman Albert (D-Cranford)||2,123||1,059||9,971||13,153
|Darren Young (I-Summit)||302||110||829||1,070|