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The Religious Affiliation of Politician
New Jersey politician Steven Corodemus ran unsuccessfully for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1996.
From: "Congressional Races - New Jersey District 6", in "All Politics" section of CNN.com website (http://cgi.cnn.com/ALLPOLITICS/1996/candidates/election.guide/text/NJ06.shtml; viewed 1 December 2005):
Steven Corodemus (R)
District 6 (Central--New Brunswick; Long Branch; Asbury Park)
BORN: Jan. 19, 1952, Irvington
EDUCATION: Rutgers U, B.A., 1974; Seton Hall U, J.D., 1979
FAMILY: Wife, Michele; two children
RELIGION: Greek Orthodox
POLITICAL CAREER: Borough of Atlantic Highlands councilman, 1986-89; New Jersey House, 1991-
The Sixth District, culturally diverse and largely middle class, often mirrors national political trends. A mainstream small-government Republican, Corodemus says four-term incumbent Pallone has not written or sponsored enough legislation in his House career. To do well here, Corodemus will have to capture the same moderate voters Republicans need nationwide.
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