The 7,116 Democrats in the 1st district who voted for Bernie Sanders in the 2016 presidential primary have a decision to make in the State Senate race: do they vote for a Republican who is chairing Donald Trump’s New Jersey campaign or a Democrat who on a good day might be convinced to vote for Joe Biden.

The decision of State Sen. Bob Andrzejczak (D-Middle) to say that he might vote for Trump next year has left some progressive leaders wondering if they would be better off sending a message to Democrats by not voting for the incumbent – or even preferring conservative Republican Michael Testa, Jr. for the next two years than a right-of-center Democrat.

Andrzejczak told the New Jersey Globe after his debate on Monday that he would not consider voting for Sanders or Elizabeth Warren. He said he might vote for Trump and declined to answer if he would consider Joe Biden or Cory Booker.


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