|Senate Minority Leader||Thomas Kean, Jr.|
|Assembly Minority Leader||Jon Bramnick|
|Headquarters||150 West State Street, Suite 230|
Trenton, NJ 08608
|Student wing||College Republicans|
|Youth wing||Young Republicans Teenage Republicans|
|Political position||Center-right to right-wing|
|United States Senate|
|United States House of Representatives|
|New Jersey State Senate|
|New Jersey General Assembly|
According to the New Jersey Republican State Committee's Constitution and By-Laws the State Committee shall be composed of one male and one female registered Republican from each of the 21 counties of New Jersey elected at the primary election in the year in which the Governor is to be elected. Each elected member shall take office upon their election following the primary, and hold office for four years.
The New Jersey Republican Party holds a minority in both the New Jersey General Assembly and the New Jersey Senate. Republicans hold two of the state's twelve U.S. House seats, having lost four in the 2018 midterms but with one Democrat switching to the GOP in 2020.
Both of New Jersey's U.S. Senate seats have held by Democrats since 2013. Jeffrey Chiesa was the last Republican to represent New Jersey in the U.S. Senate. Appointed in 2012 by then Governor Chris Christie after the death of Senator Frank Lautenberg, Chiesa opted not to run in the special election to determine who would serve the remainder of the term. Steve Lonegan instead ran and was subsequently defeated by Democratic challenger Cory Booker. Clifford P. Case was the last Republican elected to represent New Jersey in the U.S. Senate in 1972. First elected in 1954, Case served four consecutive terms before losing the Republican primary in 1978 to Jeff Bell who himself lost the General election to Democratic challenger Bill Bradley.
Out of the 12 seats New Jersey is apportioned in the U.S. House of Representatives, 2 are held by Republicans: