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Today, the Christie-Guadagno campaign released the following statement from campaign manager Bill Stepien: "Jon Corzine's disgraceful negative campaigning continues to belittle the people of New Jersey as they strive to make informed decisions about the future of our state. It's no secret Jon Corzine can't talk about his record when you look at our flailing economy, skyrocketing unemployment and unbearable tax burden, but it is down right embarrassing and shameful that a sitting governor is willing to go as low as he has gone. Governor Corzine and his campaign repeatedly choose to hide behind tasteless attack ads that underestimate the intelligence and integrity of New Jerseyans. These may be tactics that worked in 2000 and 2005 without a record to defend, but it's not going to make the last four years disappear this time. We challenge Jon Corzine to stop the mudslinging and focus on what matters to working families who are struggling to make ends meet." ### www.ChristieforNJ.comPaid for by Chris Christie for Governor, Inc Ronald Gravino, Treasurer
Tepid fundraising, underperforming candidates and a lousy party brand are threatening to deprive House Republicans of the sweeping 2014 gains that some top party officials have been predicting this year, according to Politicker alum Alex Isenstadt, now of Politico.Read More >
Campaign season now under way in Bergen County Politics is practiced year-round in Bergen County, and street-level campaigning has been going on quietly all summer. But both Republicans and Democrats say the Rutherford Street Fair on Labor Day signals a more intense phase of electioneering. (Ensslin/The Bergen Record) http://www.northjersey.com/news/campaign-season-now-under-way-in-bergen-county-1.1079080 ...
By MICHAEL W. KLEIN In his weekly radio address on August 16, President Obama challenged colleges “to do their part to bring down costs” and lighten the tuition burden on students. The state colleges and universities in New Jersey have... Read More >
"Governor Christie ripped President Obama this summer for failing to carve out some time during a Texas fundraising swing to visit the Mexican border, where the unprecedented flood of immigrant children from Central America had reached a crisis point. ...Yet Christie is not squeezing in a tour of the troubled border during his own three-day trade and diplomatic mission to Mexico, which is set to begin on Wednesday. The governor is planning a series of meetings with Mexican officials, including President Enrique Peña Nieto and the finance and energy ministers." - columnist Charles Stile- The Bergen Record
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