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Monday, October 30, 2006

Each week, we usually spend time talking Monday Morning Politics bringing context to the issues consuming Washington. As we enter the homestretch of the mid-term elections, Every Morning Politics will bring analysis and candidate interviews every day. First up: U.S. Senator Robert Menendez, (D-NJ), who is in a tight reelection battle, which may determine control of the Senate. Also, 30 Issues in 30 Days #26: Reforming Albany.

Garden State Run

Robert Menendez, Senator , Democrat from New Jersey
- talks about his run for Senate for the state of New Jersey

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Jersey Political Daze

Herb Jackson, Washington correspondent for The Record of Bergen County
- discusses the race between Tom Kean Jr. and Robert Menendez

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Pacing Politics

Chris Paige director of the Pace Poll
- analyzes his poll's findings for the 2006 election cycle

Download PDF file of selected Pace Poll questions

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30 Issues in 30 Days: Reforming Albany

Seymour P. Lachman, former New York State Senator, professor at Adelphi University and author, with Robert Pollner, Three Men in a Room: The Inside Story of Power and Betrayal in an American Statehouse (The New Press, 2006)
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Suzanne Novak, deputy director of the Democracy Project at the ...

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A Green Governor?

Malachy McCourt, Irish writer and candidate for governor for the Green Party
- on his run as a third party candidate for Governor of New York

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Seymour P. Lachman




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Seymour P. Lachman, former New York State Senator, professor at Adelphi University and co-author of "Three Men in a Room: The Inside Story of ...

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McCourt




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Malachy McCourt, Irish writer and candidate for governor on the Green Party ticket.

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Paige




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Chris Paige, assistant director of the Pace Poll.

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Suzanne Novak




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Suzanne Novak, deputy director of the Democracy Project at the Brennan Center of Justice

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Hevesi2006.com?

Looks like NYS comptroller Alan Hevesi is engaging in the usual campaign rituals in the wake of the personal driver scandal. He relented to a debate request last week, now he's buying ad time, but he's yet to get a reelection website. A quick domain name search ...

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