New Jersey News

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

It's time to catch up on the latest news from the Garden State. Philadelphia Inquirer staff writer Matt Katz talks about the the special election to fill New Jersey's senate seat, Christie's re-election bid, the decision to rebuild dunes along the shore, and the marriage equality lawsuit.


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Comments [4]

Maria from Manhattan

Cory Booker runs as a Democrat, but is funded by Republicans. Do NJ Democrats know? Care? He claims he's good at "reaching across the aisle," but does he ever really represent his side of the aisle?

Jul. 10 2013 10:20 AM
Nat from NYC

Having a politician who seems genuine is certainly attractive. But Christie is a BULLY. And, if his reaction to a female heckler is an indicative (remember that exchange?) -- and I think it is-- he's a sexist. I would never vote for a bully, on simple moral grounds.

Jul. 10 2013 10:20 AM

Transportation and climate change -- what else is there to discuss?

Jul. 10 2013 10:17 AM
Robert from NYC

Funny, if his last name were Palloni it would translate big balls. I guess he only has one!

Jul. 10 2013 10:12 AM

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