Donald Norcross won the Democratic Party’s nomination to succeed former U.S. Rep. Rob Andrews, according to the Associated Press.
Norcross garnered nearly 75 percent of the vote with 65 percent of precints reporting (13,509 votes), according to the AP.
Norcross defeated Frank Broomell and Frank Minor in the left-leaning CD 1 primary.
The race was called shortly before the AP declared Republican Gary Cobb as the victor of the GOP primary to replace Andrews.
Cobb garnered nearly 70 percent of the vote with 75 percent of precints reporting (5,240 votes), according to the results.
Cobb defeated Claire Gustafson, Gerald McManus and Lee Lucas.