Zwicker Claims Victory, Becomes First Democrat to Represent Sixteenth District in Senate 

Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker thanks Gov. Phil Murphy for working with the NJ legislature on the dark money disclosure bill.

Andrew Zwicker makes history in the Sixteenth Legislative District a second time, as he declares victory, becoming the first Democratic Senator after previously serving as the first Democrat in the General Assembly from the 16th.

“This was a difficult election year, but I could not be more proud of the campaign that my running mates, Assemblyman Roy Freiman and Mayor Sadaf Jaffer, and I have run. Our campaign focused on the issues affecting the people of the Sixteenth Legislative District and our dedication to serving our neighbors and communities,” said Senator-Elect Andrew Zwicker. “I extend my deepest appreciation to all of the volunteers, supporters, and staff who worked tirelessly across every corner of the district. I am honored that the voters have chosen me to serve them as our first Democratic Senator.”

Zwicker beat former U.S. Rep. Mike Pappas.

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