New Jersey's November 2, 2004 General Election
-All federal incumbents won-
1st District **Incumbent Robert Andrews (D) - NO, 89% Animal Extremist Voter
2nd District **Incumbent Frank LoBiondo (R) - NO, 89% Animal Extremist Voter
3rd District **Incumbent Jim Saxton (R) - Serious Animal Rightist Flirtations
4th District **Incumbent Christopher Smith (R) - NO, 100% Animal Extremist, HumaneUSA PAC "Top 15" Voter
5th District Incumbent E. Scott Garrett (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED
6th District Incumbent Frank Pallone (D) - NO, 100% Animal Extremist Voter
7th District Incumbent Mike Ferguson (R) - NO, 78% Animal Extremist Voter
8th District Incumbent Bill Pascrell (D) - NO, 100% Animal Extremist Voter
9th District Incumbent Steve Rothman (D) - NO, 100% Animal Extremist Voter
10th District Incumbent Don Payne (D) - NO, 78% Animal Extremist Voter
11th District Incumbent Rod Frelinghuysen (R) - NO, 67% Animal Extremist Voter
12th District Incumbent Rush Holt (D) - NO, 100% Animal Extremist Voter
13th District Incumbent Robert Menendez (D) - NO, 78% Animal Extremist Voter
HumaneUSA PAC funded and/or endorsed state legislators, through June 30, 2004.

    Senate
    Byron Baer (D-Hackensack)
    Wayne Bryant (D-Camden)*
    Joe Coniglio (D-Paramus)
    Leonard T. Connors (R-Forked River)
    Nia Gill (D-Montclair)
    Raymond Lesnick (D-Union)*
    Robert Martin (R-Morris Plains)

    New Jersey's next state elections are in 2005.
    House
    Wilfredo Caraballo (D-Newark)
    Herb Conoway (D-Delran)*
    Robert Gordon (D-Fair Lawn)
    Reed Gusciora (D-Trenton)*
    John Rooney (R-Emerson)
    Charlotte Vandervalk (R-Westwood)
    Jeff Van Drew (D-Cape May Court House)*
    Joan Voss (D-Fort Lee)
    Loretta Weinberg (D-Teaneck)*
House freshman Anthony Chiappone (D-Bayonne) is also an aggressive anti-hunting advocate.
* Denotes animal rightist funded and endorsed politicians.

U.S. House members voting against hunters and state game departments are shown in italics.
** Denotes professed sportsmen supporters.