Richard DuHaime

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Richard DuHaime is an American Republican Party politician originally from Bloomingdale, New Jersey. He is best known as being one of the men who sought the Republican nomination for United States Senate in 1996. A conservative, he finished second in the G.O.P. primary, losing to Rep. Dick Zimmer and finishing ahead of Dick LaRossa, a State Senator from Mercer County.[1]

He served on the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders from 1985 to 1996. His wife, Anne DuHaime, served as the Mayor of Bloomingdale. His son, Michael DuHaime, is a Republican political operative who most recently chaired the successful campaign of Chris Christie for governor of New Jersey, and his daughter, Debbie DuHaime, is a traffic reporter in New York City on WABC and WEPN.

References[edit]

  1. Pulley, Brett. "U.S. Senate Race in New Jersey Narrows to Zimmer and Torricelli", The New York Times, June 5, 1996. Accessed March 10, 2008.


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