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Assembly District 10

David Wolfe -- 27,878
Gregory P. McGuckin -- 26,755
Bette Wary -- 16,870
Eli L. Eytan -- 15,661

Toms River is the largest municipality in this district in northern Ocean County. With one assemblyman seeking to move up to the Senate, the race features two Democrats and a Republican newcomer, as well as a 20-year incumbent Republican.

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Read more:
From the Asbury Park Press: 10th District Republicans prevail in Ocean County
From Patch: 10th District Senate, Assembly Seats Up For Grabs
From The Asbury Park Press: Re-elect Wolfe and Holzapfel
From The Asbury Park Press: Taxes key in 10th District
From The Asbury Park Press: Hopefuls spar on taxes, bay, economy

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    Eli L. Eytan (D)


  • WINNER: Gregory P. McGuckin (R)


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    Bette Wary (D)


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    WINNER: David Wolfe - Incumbent (R)


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  1. Biographical Information
  2. In brief, what will be your top three priorities if elected (one sentence each, please).
  3. Should the state provide more school choice for children, including the expansion of charter schools, vouchers for private schools and enabling children to attend public schools outside of their home districts?
  4. Would you make any changes to how schools are funded by the state, including so-called Abbott districts and wealthier suburban localities?
  5. Should the state continue to adopt regional planning initiatives to prevent sprawl, and if so, how should preservation be funded?
  6. Do you support Gov. Christie's energy master plan or would you seek more lofty goals for conservation and renewable energy?
  7. Experts say New Jersey's transportation infrastructure is crumbling. How should the state fund upgrades: continued bonding or borrowing, a gas tax, toll hikes or some other specified method?
  8. What would you do to provide relief for property taxpayers -- for example, further program cuts, additional state aid and rebates -- and should municipalities and schools be forced to do more to regionalize or share services?
  9. What can be done to improve the public discourse here in New Jersey?

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