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Residence: Bayonne, NJ
Brian Kelemen lives in Bayonne, N.J., and is running as a Republican to represent the 10th Congressional District.
Brian Kelemen faces an uphill battle in his bid to represent New Jersey's 10th Congressional District in Congress.
The Republican from Bayonne has not previously held public office, is not well known and does not appear to be campaigning actively.
He is going up against Democrat Donald Payne Jr., who won a special election in June 2012 to fill the seat that opened up when Payne's father, a longtime member of Congress, died earlier this year.
Kelemen was not a candidate in the special election.
As the only Republican in his party's primary in June 2012, Kelemen received 2,095 votes. By contrast, Payne received 36,576 votes in a contested Democratic primary in the heavily Democratic northern New Jersey district.
Source: Associated Press
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