List of United States Political Families (P) - The Paynes

The Paynes

  • Donald M. Payne (1934-), candidate for Democratic nomination for U.S. Representative from New Jersey 1980 1986, U.S. Representative from New Jersey 1989–present. Brother of William D. Payne.
  • William D. Payne, New Jersey Assemblyman 1998-2008. Brother of Donald M. Payne.
    • Donald Payne Jr., Newark, New Jersey Councilman. Son of Donald M. Payne.
    • Craig A. Stanley (1955-), New Jersey Assemblyman 1996-2008. Nephew of Donald M. Payne and William D. Payne.

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