Williams: 50–60% 60–70% 70–80%
|Elections in New Jersey|
The 1964 United States Senate election in New Jersey was held on November 3, 1964. Incumbent Democrat Harrison A. Williams defeated Republican nominee Bernard M. Shanley with 61.91% of the vote.
Primary elections were held on April 21, 1964.
|Democratic||Harrison A. Williams (incumbent)||184,972||100.00|
|Republican||Bernard M. Shanley||198,747||100.00|
Major party candidates
|Democratic||Harrison A. Williams (incumbent)||1,677,515||61.91%|
|Republican||Bernard M. Shanley||1,011,280||37.32%|
|Independent||Harold P. Poeschel||7,582||0.28%|
|Socialist Workers||Lawrence Stewart||6,147||0.23%|
|Independent||John V. Mahalchik||4,926||0.18%|
|Socialist Labor||Albert Ronis||2,125||0.08%|