fbpx

Smith reelected easily

Chris Smith was reelected to his 20th term in the House of Representatives this evening, defeating Josh Welle by 56%-42 %, with VBM ballots in Ocean and Monmouth Counties still to be counted.

Posted: November 6th, 2018 | Author: | Filed under: Monmouth County | Tags: , | 7 Comments »

7 Comments on “Smith reelected easily”

  1. Congrats said at 11:34 am on November 7th, 2018:

    on a well- deserved victory after a classy and positive campaign,on your record. Am devastated, however that it appears we only have two congressmen left of twelve, for our state! We have to figure out how to do better!( or, like many, give up and move!)

  2. Dirty Hippie said at 6:54 pm on November 7th, 2018:

    You spoke too soon, poster # 1. Andy Kim, a Democrat, is now ahead in the vote tally in the the 3rd District. If Kim wins, Chris Smith will be the only Republican in the NJ Congressional delegation.

    https://www.app.com/story/news/politics/elections/2018/11/07/nj-election-results-2018-did-andy-kim-win/1917528002/

  3. Saw that! said at 7:06 pm on November 7th, 2018:

    Just now: devastating- and very bad!

  4. Greg Kelly said at 7:15 pm on November 7th, 2018:

    He’s still the Dean of the NJ congressional delegation — and thank God we have him Congrats … “Mr. Smith Goes Back t0 Washington.”

  5. Head in the sand said at 8:19 pm on November 7th, 2018:

    yes, he will be a most effective voice.

  6. We Need said at 10:02 am on November 8th, 2018:

    To prepare now.

    With the rest of NJ blue (or almost blue depending on the final CD 3 outcome) the Democrats and the money are going to be coming hard at CD 4 in 2 years.

    Mark my words.

  7. If they can’t said at 10:53 am on November 9th, 2018:

    win by throwing tons more money at his current district, just wait, til the next census and re- districting: Dems are historically better at drawing favorable districts for themselves: and, most of the time, tie- breakers and judges wind up upholding new districts that make it even harder for Republicans.


Leave a Reply