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'''John Herbert Adler''' (born August 23, 1959) is the [[Democrat]] U.S. Representative from [[New Jersey]]'s third congressional district, having been elected in 2008 in a close campaign. He currently serves on the Committees on Financial Services and Veterans' Affairs. Adler has voted with a majority of his Democratic colleagues 92.1% of the time during the current [[Congress]]. <ref>http://projects.washingtonpost.com/congress/members/A000364/</ref> He supported major Democratic legislation, including the [[economic stimulus package]] <ref>http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2009/roll070.xml</ref> and [[cap and trade]]. <ref>http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2009/roll477.xml</ref> However, voted against [[health care]] reform. <ref>http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2009/roll887.xml</ref>
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'''John Herbert Adler''' (August 23, 1959 – April 4, 2011) was the [[Democrat]] U.S. Representative from [[New Jersey]]'s third congressional district, having been elected in 2008 in a close and bitter campaign. He currently serves on the Committees on Financial Services and Veterans' Affairs. Adler has voted with a majority of his Democratic colleagues 92.1% of the time during the current [[Congress]].<ref>http://projects.washingtonpost.com/congress/members/A000364/</ref> He supported major Democratic legislation, including the [[economic stimulus package]] <ref>http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2009/roll070.xml</ref> and [[cap and trade]].<ref>http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2009/roll477.xml</ref> However, he voted against [[health care]] reform.<ref>http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2009/roll887.xml</ref>
  
 
Previously Adler served in the New Jersey State Senate from 1992 through 2009.  
 
Previously Adler served in the New Jersey State Senate from 1992 through 2009.  
  
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He lost re-election in 2010 to [[Jon Runyan]]. Three months after leaving office, he died of endocarditis.<ref>http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/04/us_rep_john_adler_has_died_say.html</ref>
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*[http://www.conservapedia.com/2010_House_Elections#New_Jersey 2010 Reelection]
 
*[http://www.conservapedia.com/2010_House_Elections#New_Jersey 2010 Reelection]
  
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*[http://adler.house.gov/ U.S. House Website]
 
*[http://adler.house.gov/ U.S. House Website]
 
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John Adler
Johnadler.jpg
Former U.S. Representative from New Jersey's 2nd District
From: January 3, 2009 - January 3, 2011
Predecessor Jim Saxton
Successor Jon Runyan
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Party Democrat
Spouse(s) Shelley Levitan Adler
Religion Jewish

John Herbert Adler (August 23, 1959 – April 4, 2011) was the Democrat U.S. Representative from New Jersey's third congressional district, having been elected in 2008 in a close and bitter campaign. He currently serves on the Committees on Financial Services and Veterans' Affairs. Adler has voted with a majority of his Democratic colleagues 92.1% of the time during the current Congress.[1] He supported major Democratic legislation, including the economic stimulus package [2] and cap and trade.[3] However, he voted against health care reform.[4]

Previously Adler served in the New Jersey State Senate from 1992 through 2009.

He lost re-election in 2010 to Jon Runyan. Three months after leaving office, he died of endocarditis.[5]

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