Sources close to Bergen County politics say in the name of re-electing Gov. Chris Christie and maintaining peace in the GOP valley, Bergen County Republican Committee Chairman Bob Yudin and state Sen. Kevin O'Toole (R-40) will work together - and not at odds - in 2013.
Yudin will give O'Toole the coveted Bergen County line.
That was a question mark at one point in the aftermath of a grisly O'Toole-backed challenge to Yudin's chairmanship earlier this year.
Most observers figured that despite the bad blood between the two of them, they would resolve the situation in a Christie-centric political universe, which is exactly what happeend this week following an O'Toole-Yudin breakfast sit-down.
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“Receiving $74,000 in severance pay is entirely inappropriate and unjustifiable. No elected official is entitled to sick or vacation time. You don’t put out your hand and beg, you raise your hand and say ‘Thank God I was healthy.' There’s no reason for anyone to collect money on the way out the door or for overtime.” - Council President Andre Sayegh, candidate for Paterson mayor.- PolitickerNJ.com
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