Bob Hanna and Dave Bauman
Gov. Chris Christie’s nominees to the state Supreme Court survived week one of media scrutiny still awaiting hearings by the state Senate Judiciary Committee.
While Democratic Party alpha males hemmed and hawed over whether or not to run for governor, the state senator from Middlesex County announced her gubernatorial bid in a well-received YouTube video.
The West Ward councilman and attorney and his allies challenged Mayor Cory Booker’s tiebreaking vote to seat Councilwoman Shanique Speight and won a reversal on a judge’s decision this week.
John Sharpe James
Newark sources say the son of the former mayor is well positioned politically to win a November election for the now vacant at-large council seat.
On the wrong end of the Pascrell-Rothman war, the 36th District assemblyman had a successful fundraiser this week in which he raised $80,000 and enjoyed the support of both Passaic County Democratic Chairman John Currie and Bergen County Democratic Chairman Lou Stellato.
The 40th District state Senator will have the support of Bergen County Republican Organization Chairman Bob Yudin in his re-election bid.
Having helped U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-9) get re-elected, the former Bergen County freeholder picked up a job as senior vice president of marketing and business development with Millennium Strategies.
The Essex County Democratic Committee selected the longshoremen’s leader for a vacant freeholder seat.
The incumbent Hudson County Sheriff has the support of both Jersey City Mayor Jerry Healy and downtown City Councilman Steve Fulop.
There was not even time to measure the drapes in her council digs as Judge Dennis Carey yanked the chair out from under the at-large councilwoman a week after Booker’s tiebreaking vote put her on the governing body.
A celebrated bust of President Barack Obama could not save the embattled, under indictment mayor from the ongoing laugh track.
The Homeland Security Department this week arrested a sex offender, an undocumented worker who was an intern for the senator.
As the political universe awaits his decision regarding a statewide run, the pride of the New Jersey Democratic Party took a local hit when a judge reversed his choice for the city council, leaving the mayor without a majority.
The Morris County Prosecutor was abruptly removed and replaced by Gov. Chris Christie’s nominee, attorney Fredric M. Knapp, who was sworn in as acting county prosecutor.
The former Birdsall Services Group Executive Vice President Tom Rospos was indicted as part of the ongoing investigation into illicit campaign donations by the firm.
The former supervisor of Athletics and Special Projects for the Toms River Regional School District was sentenced to 37 months in prison in connection with a scheme to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to an executive employee of the school district in exchange for his official assistance.
In his capacity as head of the Republican Governors' Association, Gov. Chris Christie went to Chicago tonight to help the canddiacy of Illinois gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner.Read More >
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"Gov. Chris Christie says he won’t campaign for the Republican gubernatorial candidate in New York because the cause is hopeless: Gov. Andrew Cuomo is ahead by more than 30 points. But he will campaign in New Hampshire, over and over, where the Republican is also trailing by more than 30 points. What’s the reason? It may be that New Hampshire holds the nation’s first presidential primary. It may be that he doesn’t want to mess with Cuomo, who knows where the skeletons are buried at the Port Authority. But one thing is certain: Gov. Straight Talk is spinning again. And it seems to be habit-forming." - columnist Tom Moran- Star-Ledger
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