Governors Galore

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Wednesday, January 10, 2007

After Governor Corzine’s State of the State address we’ll ask what do New Jerseyans get for their property taxes? Would they live with fewer services for fewer dollars? Or do they want the state to pick up more of the tab? Also, outgoing Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, now considering a run at the Republican presidential nomination and New Jersey’s Governor-for-a-day, Kris Kolluri. Plus, ABC News' Mark Halperin previews the President's speech.

Property Values

Louise Wilson, deputy mayor of Montgomery township (just stepped down as Mayor), on the executive board of the New Jersey League of Municipalities
Jon Shure, president of New Jersey Policy Perspective, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that conducts research on state issues
- what New Jerseyans get ...


Path to Success

Kris Kolluri, Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Transportation
- tells us about transportation in the Garden State and being Governor-for-a-day


I Heart Huckabee

Mike Huckabee, former governor of Arkansas, author, From Hope to Higher Ground: 12 Stops to Restoring America’s Greatness (Center Street, 2007)
- gives his take on national issues and his own presidential aspirations

From Hope to Higher Ground is available for purchase at


The Urge to Surge

Mark Halperin, political director for ABC News and editor of the political newsletter, The Note
- previews tonight's speech by President Bush on Iraq


Mike Huckabee

Mike Huckabee

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Mike Huckabee, former governor of Arkansas, discusses his stance on national issues, along with his presidential aspirations. January 10, 2007.


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