ⓘ 2006 New Jersey's 5th congressional district election

                                     

ⓘ 2006 New Jerseys 5th congressional district election

On November 7, 2006 New Jerseys 5th congressional district held its regular election for the United States House of Representatives. Republican incumbent Scott Garrett defeated Democratic nominee Paul Aronsohn with 55% to 44% of the vote. CQPolitics assessed the district as Republican favored.

                                     
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