There are two voters in the 20th district special election convention to replace Cohen

As candidates begin posturing for Neil Cohen’s now vacant Assembly seat, there is one certainty to the democratic process that will result in selecting a new legislator: there are two voters – State Senator Raymond Lesniak and Assemblyman/Democratic State Chairman Joseph Cryan. Elizabeth (142 votes) and Union (98 votes) represent 83% of the total votes that will be cast at a special election convention to be held within the next 7-35 days. Lesniak controls Elizabeth, and Cryan is the party leader in Union.

Lesniak and Cryan, if they haven’t already done so (the Inside Edge imagines that they have ) will get together and pick their new District 20 running mate – and then the County Committee will simply ratify their pick.

For extreme political junkies
: Elizabeth (142 votes, 49%); Union (98 votes, 34%), Roselle (38 votes, 13%); and Kenilworth (12 votes, 4%).

There are two voters in the 20th district special election convention to replace Cohen