This year, New Jersey only has five candidates for U.S. Senate on the ballot. They are the nominees of the Democratic, Republican, and Green Parties, and two independent candidates. That is the smallest number of candidates for that office in New Jersey since 1990, when there were also five candidates.
The Green nominee is Madelyn R. Hoffman. The independents are Daniel Burke and Veronica Fernandez. Usually, New Jersey vies with Tennessee and Vermont in having the most U.S. Senate candidates on the general election ballot.