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  NJ Conservative
POLITICAL PARTY DETAILS
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AbbreviationNJCP
Websitehttp://www.njconservativeparty.org/
CountryUnited States
Established1992-03-01
Disbanded0000-00-00
Contributornystate63
Last Editednystate63 - June 01, 2004 08:26pm
DescriptionThe NJ Conservative Party is a grassroots citizens political organization. Our By-laws establish a decision making process that is devastatingly simple. Each member has a vote on the platform, whether or not we field candidates or endorse non-NJCP candidates. These decisions are made on the basis of

ONE WOMAN, ONE VOTE
ONE MAN, ONE VOTE

We are the ONLY political party in New Jersey which is ruled by the members, not political bosses! We believe that ideas are important and have consequences. Whether it is fighting to make government spending details accessible to the public, or placing a limit on political terms, We are interested in getting the job done. It matters not who gets the credit for getting it done. Our message to the people of New Jersey is: You can join with other like-minded citizens and with the strength of numbers, offer the voters a real alternative to the status-quo.

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MOST RECENT RACES
11/08/2005 NJ General Assembly 37 Thomas A. Phelan Lost 0.79% (-34.76%)
11/02/2004 NJ - District 05 Thomas A. Phelan Lost 0.51% (-57.06%)
11/04/2003 NJ State Senate 13 Mac Dara Francis Lyden Lost 1.49% (-52.51%)
11/05/2002 NJ DIstrict 4 Don Graham Lost 0.44% (-65.71%)
11/05/2002 NJ District 12 Karen Zaletel Lost 0.49% (-60.55%)
11/05/2002 NJ US Senate Norman E. Wahner Lost 0.30% (-53.57%)
11/06/2001 NJ State Assembly 07 Hosey Best Lost 0.80% (-28.86%)
11/06/2001 NJ Governor Michael W. Koontz Lost 0.09% (-56.35%)
11/06/2001 NJ General Assembly 28 Vincent J. Frantantoni Lost 1.15% (-35.86%)
11/07/2000 NJ District 1 Joseph A. Patalivo Lost 0.36% (-75.84%)
11/07/2000 NJ District 3 Norman E. Wahner Lost 0.26% (-57.04%)
11/07/2000 NJ District 6 Sylvia Kuzmak Lost 0.16% (-67.37%)
11/07/2000 NJ US Senate Lorraine LaNeve Lost 0.13% (-49.99%)
11/07/2000 NJ District 7 Shawn Gianella Lost 0.16% (-51.43%)
11/07/2000 NJ District 9 Robert Corriston Lost 0.47% (-67.46%)
11/07/2000 NJ District 11 James E. Spinosa Lost 0.56% (-67.41%)
11/07/2000 NJ District 12 John P. Desmond Lost 0.41% (-48.32%)
11/02/1999 NJ General Assembly 26 Martin J. McGrath Lost 1.41% (-31.52%)
11/02/1999 NJ General Assembly 26 Stephen A. Bauer Lost 1.41% (-31.52%)
11/03/1998 NJ District 1 James E. Barber Lost 0.76% (-72.43%)