Hannibal Cundari

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Hannibal Cundari
Personal Details
Birth: October 1911
Death: July 1980
Party: Libertarian Party

Hannibal Cundari (October 1911—July 1980) was a mechanical engineer who ran for office, including for US Senate. Before joining the Libertarian Party he was a member of the short-lived National Conservative Party.

Work

  • Article, "General or Specific Welfare" The Freeman, December 1971

Organizational Positions

  • Bergen County Chair, New Jersey Conservative Union (c. 1971)

Candidate

  • 9th New Jersey Congressional district in 1968 on the Conservative Party ticket
  • New Jersey Assembly (13-E) in 1969 on the Conservative Party ticket
  • 9th New Jersey Congressional district in 1970 on the National Conservative Party ticket
  • 9th New Jersey Congressional district in 1972 on the National Conservative Party ticket
  • US Senate (as a Libertarian), New Jersey, 1976

Electoral History

1976 United States Senate Election in New Jersey

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Party Candidate Votes  %
Democratic Harrison A. Williams (incumbent) 1,681,140 60.66%
Republican David F. Norcross 1,054,508 38.05%
Libertarian Hannibal Cundari 19,907 0.72%
Socialist Labor Bernardo S. Doganiero 9,185 0.33%
U.S Labor Leif O. Johnson 6,650 0.24%

External Link

  • https://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/assets/pdf/election-results/1920-1970//1976-general-election.pdf