Sen. Lautenberg makes history in victory
Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D) became the first New Jersey official ever to be elected to five terms in the U.S. Senate Tuesday night.
Lautenberg, 84, defeated Republican Dick Zimmer, a former congressman who ran a reportedly under-funded campaign.
?We are going to give this country back to its rightful owners, the American people,? said Sen. Lautenberg during his acceptance speech.
Frank Lautenberg?s victory speechDick Zimmer?s concession speech