U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross, a Democrat, coasted to victory Tuesday against two primary challengers in New Jersey's First Congressional District.

The incumbent — who is the brother of Camden powerbroker George Norcross — handily beat Rob Carlson, a Collingswood information technology director, and Scot J. Tomaszewski, an electrician from Cherry Hill.

He is now set up to face Republican Paul Dilks, a former local radio personality from Washington Township who secured his party's nomination Tuesday running unopposed. The First District, which includes most of Camden County, a sliver of Burlington County and part of Gloucester County, is overwhelmingly Democratic.

Norcross was elected in 2014 in a special election to replace former Democratic U.S. Rep. Rob Andrews, who resigned after facing a congressional investigation into his use of campaign money for a personal vacation.