Lugar Center: Lance Most Bipartisan NJ Congressman Last Session; Watson Coleman Least Bipartisan


The Lugar Center, led by former U.S. Senator Richard Lugar, and the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University named Congressman Leonard Lance the most bipartisan member of the last Congress, and Congressman Josh Gottheimer as the most bipartisan Democratic freshman member of the last Congress based on their newly released Bipartisan Index (BPI) Rankings for 2018.

Lance was ranked the 8th most bipartisan member, and Gottheimer was ranked the 10th most bipartisan freshman.

Among the state’s congressional delegation last session, the rankings are:

CD7’s Lance: #8

CD5’s Gottheimer: #10

CD2’s LoBiondo: #14

CD3’s MacArthur: #15

CD4’s Smith: #20

CD9’s Pascrell: #126

CD1’s Norcross: #148

CD11’s Frelinghuysen: #246

CD8’s Sires: #257

CD10’s Payne: #351

CD6’s Pallone: #395

CD12’s Watson Coleman: #405

The full list of rankings can be found here.


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