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Seven Jews Nominated for Office in N. J. Primaries

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Seven Jews were nominated for public office in New Jersey in Tuesday’s state-wide primaries according to the complete results now available here. Congressman Isaac Bachrach of Atlantic City was renominated. The other six were nominated to the state assembly. They are Joseph Altman, Republican of Atlantic City, David M. Litwin, Republican of Newark, and Benjamin Stein, Republican of Passaic. Louis Weiss, Democrat of Newark, A. P. Rosenkranz, Democrat of Passaic and Joseph Greenberg, Democrat of Jersey City. Greenberg, Stein and Litwin are now members of the state assembly.

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