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OfficeGovernor
TypeRepublican Primary Election
Filing Deadline 00, 1953 - 12:00pm Central
Polls Open April 21, 1953 - 05:00am Central
Polls Close April 21, 1953 - 07:00pm Central
Term Start January 19, 1954 - 12:00pm
Term End January 21, 1958 - 12:00pm
Turnout 8.77% Total Population
ContributorMr. Matt
Last ModifiedMr. Matt August 29, 2011 06:55pm
Data SourcesNJ Secretary of State - Results of the Primary Election 1931-72
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LAST GENERAL ELECTION
  PartyRepublican Won11/08/1949
NameAlfred E. Driscoll Votes885,882 (51.54%)
Term01/17/1950 - 01/19/1954 Margin75,860 (+4.41%)
NEXT GENERAL ELECTION
  PartyDemocratic Won11/03/1953
NameRobert B. Meyner Votes962,710 (53.16%)
Term01/19/1954 - 01/21/1958 Margin153,642 (+8.48%)
NEXT GENERAL ELECTION
RaceNJ Governor 11/03/1953
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Name Paul L. Troast Malcolm Stevenson Forbes, Sr. Kenneth C. Hand Alvin W. Van Schoick Frederick F. Richardson Fred E. Shepard Charles Richard Klein
PartyRepublican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican
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Certified Votes218,826 (51.59%) 166,364 (39.22%) 15,373 (3.62%) 7,504 (1.77%) 6,255 (1.48%) 6,229 (1.47%) 3,627 (0.86%)
Margin0 (0.00%) -52,462 (-12.37%) -203,453 (-47.96%) -211,322 (-49.82%) -212,571 (-50.11%) -212,597 (-50.12%) -215,199 (-50.73%)
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