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Question 1: 2004-2008: ________ (resigned January 7, 2008)
Edward C. StokesStephen M. SweeneyWalter Evans EdgeRichard Codey

Question 2: The "2-4-4" cycle was put into place so that Senate elections can reflect the changes made to the district boundaries on the basis of the decennial ________.
United States CensusDelawareVirginiaUnited States Census Bureau

Question 3: Until 2010, in the event of a gubernatorial vacancy, the New Jersey Constitution had specified that the President of the Senate (followed by the Speaker of the ________) would assume the role of Acting Governor and retain their role in the Senate (or Assembly).
Iowa SenateNew Jersey SenateNew Jersey LegislatureNew Jersey General Assembly

Question 4: District 37: ________ (D)
Stephen M. SweeneyLoretta WeinbergNia GillRichard Codey

Question 5: Also in June 2007, ________ used senatorial courtesy privileges to hold up consideration of a new term in office for Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli.
Nia GillRichard CodeyStephen M. SweeneyLoretta Weinberg

Question 6: Minority Leader: ________ (District 21)
Stephen M. SweeneyThomas Kean, Jr.Nia GillBarbara Buono

Question 7: The ________ took office for the first time on January 19, 2010, following conjoint election with the Governor of New Jersey.
Bill BollingKim GuadagnoLieutenant governor (United States)Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey

Question 8: 1915: ________, Atlantic
Robert C. HendricksonWalter Evans EdgeWilliam Joyce SewellJoseph Sherman Frelinghuysen, Sr.

Question 9: President Pro Tempore: ________ (District 34)
Nia GillBarbara BuonoStephen M. SweeneyThomas Kean, Jr.

Question 10: 1881-1882: ________, Passaic
Garret HobartJohn Dyneley PrinceThomas F. McCranTheodore Roosevelt

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