The committee, "Cory Booker for Senate," submitted its papers on Tuesday.
Booker has not officially announced that he is running for Senate. However, elsewhere he has stated he is exploring the possibility on Dec. 20, he said that he was exploring the possibility.
Booker is aiming to run for the seat held by Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.), who will be 90 in 2014. But Lautenberg hasn't announced whether he's retiring yet. Booker has tried repeatedly to arrange a meeting with Lautenberg to discuss his possible retirement.
The Newark mayor said Monday on CNN that Lautenberg has to decide whether he should run again, but obviously the decision is his to be made.
Booker was rumored to be considering a run for Governor,but after the post Sandy popularity of Governer Christie, he quickly abandoned the idea.
A recent poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University shows Booker leading Lautenberg by a 42-20 margin in a head-to-head matchup.