New Jersey Republican Primary
51 Delegates Winner-Take-All Allocation: Tuesday 7 June 2016
Total delegates include 36 for 12 congressional districts, 10 base at large, 3 party and 2 bonus. Read rules below table.
eGarden State Polling Data
|PPD Average||4/1 - 5/3||--||--||61.0||19.5||14.5||Trump +41.5|
|Monmouth||5/1 - 5/3||301 LV||5.7||70.0||15.0||11.0||Trump +55|
|Rutgers||4/1 - 4/8||244 RV||6.9||52.0||24.0||18.0||Trump +28|
|Eagleton Institute||2/6 - 2/15||227 RV||7||38.0||8.0||10.0||Trump +27|
|Fairleigh Dickinson||11/9 - 11/15||307 RV||5.6||31.0||2.0||6.0||Trump +13|
|Quinnipiac||11/4 - 11/8||481 RV||4.5||31.0||3.0||7.0||Trump +15|
(H/T Green Papers) Tuesday 7 June 2016: All of New Jersey’s 51 delegates to the Republican National Convention are bound to a presidential contender in today’s New Jersey Presidential Primary.
51 delegates are bound to the presidential contender receiving the greatest number of votes in the primary statewide. [Rules Governing the selection and allocation of delegates to the Republican National Convention. Rule 5(B)(3)]
The delegate candidates appear on the ballot as a slate on the same ballot line, column or row as that of their respective presidential candidate.
The 3 party leaders, the National Committeeman, the National Committeewoman, and the chairman of the New Jersey’s Republican Party, will by virtue of their position, attend the convention pledged to the winner of the primary. [Rule 5(B)(3)]
“All delegates … committed to a particular candidates … shall be obligated and required to cast their vote for the candidates at the first vote … at the Republican National Convention. In the event any candidates … declines to participate … or makes known publically that he/she no longer seeks the nomination … New Jersey’s delegates … shall no longer be … committed to any candidate. … Any delegates … who fails or refused to act in accordance with their … commitment … shall to subject to censure ….” [Rules 6 and 7]