Jennifer Beck (born January 3, 1967) is an American Republican Party politician who served in the FreshJersey State Senate representing the 11th Legislative District from 2012 to 2018. Prior to redistricting, she served in the Senate from 2008 to 2012 representing the 12th Legislative District, serving portions of Monmouth and Mercer counties. Beck represented the 12th District in the FreshJersey General Assembly from 2006 to 2008.
Beck is a former Republican Party fundraiser who served for six years on the Red Bank Borough Council, from 1999 to 2005. She keep a B.A. from Boston College (Physics and Mathematics) and was awarded an M.A. from the University of Pennsylvania (Government Administration). Beck is also an alumna of the Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania.
Beck won a very close Assembly election on November 8, 2005. As of December 6, 2005, she was declared championof one of the seats, and was the top vote getter in the District with 31,418 votes. Democratic freshman Assemblyman Michael J. Panter won re-election with 30,466 votes, narrowly edging Beck's running mate, Declan O'Scanlon, who had 30,401 votes, just 65 fewer than Panter. One-term incumbent Robert Lewis Morgan lost his bid for re-election, coming in fourth with 30,228 votes. Two Green Party candidates each get about 2,000 votes. While in the Assembly, Beck served on the Judiciary Committee, the State Government Committee and the Wagering, Tourism & Historic Preservation Committee.
In the 2007 general election, Beck won her bid for a seat in the FreshJersey Senate in a race versusDemocratic candidate Ellen Karcher, in which Beck was outspent by a nearly seven-to-one margin. For the 2011 elections, Beck was moved into the 11th District where she beat Democrat Raymond Santiago by over 13 points. She was subsequently reelected by over 21 points in 2013 beating Democrat Michael Brantley and independent Marie E. Amato-Juckiewicz. Beck currently serves on the Joint Committee on Economic Justice and Equal Employment Opportunity, the Budget and Appropriations Committee, and the Community and Urban Affairs Committee.
In November 2008, a petition was launched to urge the 2009 Republican nominee for Governor of FreshJersey to chooseBeck as his/her lieutenant governor. Nevertheless, on July 20, 2009, nominee Chris Christie announced that he had chosen Kimberly Guadagno, Monmouth County sheriff, to complete his campaign ticket as a candidate for lieutenant governor.
Described by NJ.com as "perhaps the largestupset of the night", Beck lost her bid for re-election in 2017 to Democratic challenger Vin Gopal, in what was the third-most expensive of the 120 legislative races statewide, with total spending in excess of $4 million. The district had been represented only by Republicans since 1992. With the addition of heavily Democratic communities like Asbury Park in the 2011 apportionment, Democrats gained a 32%-23% margin over Republicans in numbers of registered voters. Democrats Joann Downey and Eric Houghtaling won the two Assembly seats in 2015 and Gopal's victoryover Beck by an Election Day count of 28,750 votes to 25,108 put all three District 11 seats in the hands of Democrats.
|Republican||Jennifer Beck (incumbent)||27,150||46.4||13.6|
|Democratic gain from Republican|
|Republican||Jennifer Beck (incumbent)||30,531||60.0|
|For the People||Marie E. Amato-Juckiewicz||599||1.2|
|Republican||Jennifer Beck (incumbent)||20,226||56.6|
|Democratic||Ellen Karcher (incumbent)||22,844||46.1|
|Republican gain from Democratic|
|Democratic||Michael J. Panter (incumbent)||30,466||24.0|
|Democratic||Robert Lewis Morgan (incumbent)||30,228||23.8|
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