NCADD-NJ’s 2017 Addiction Prevention and Treatment Survey questions major party candidates for Senate and Assembly on an array of treatment and recovery issues and on criminal justice reform.  The survey’s goal is to allow voters to compare candidate positions on alcohol and drug addiction-related issues and concerns.


Below are the candidate survey responses to date, listed in order of legislative district.


D1-R Campbell  D2-B Taube  D2-C Bell  D2-C Brown  D2-V Mazzeo  D2-V Sera  D2-J Amato  D8-G Youngkin  D8-J Schwartz 

D10-D Wolfe   D10-E Mammano  D10-G McGuckin  D10-J Holzapfel D12-R Dancer D13-M DiDato D13-S DiMaso D13-T Giaimo  

D14-D Benson  D14-K Stout  D15-S Turner  D16-A Zwicker D16-C Kip Bateman  D16-R Freiman D17-B Smith  D17-D Kipnis.pdf   D17-R Quinn

D18-P Diegnan, Jr. D19-C Coughlin D19-J Vitale D19-Y Lopez D20-J Aubourg D20-J Cryan D21-N Munoz D23-E Peterson D23-L Shaw

D24-G Trish  D24-K Matteson  D25-A M Bucco D25-A R Bucco D26-B DeCroce   D26-E Isibor D26-J Raich D27-M Jasey

D30-A Cores D30-K Scott D30-S Kean D34-T Giblin D35-N Pou D37-G M Johnson D37-L Weinberg D37-V V Huttle

D40-C DePhillips D40-C Ordway D40-K Corrado D40-K Rooney D40-P Vagianos D40-T Duch





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