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With two weeks to go until the NJ Senate special primary election,Nancy Solomon, managing editor of New Jersey Public Radio, and Matt Friedman, reporter for the Star-Ledger, discuss the state of the race.
Where is the voter anger over Chris Christie THROWING AWAY $12M of state money on an unnecessary election?!?! Both the Special and the General could have been held on the SAME DAY! His ONLY motive is to blunt Democratic turn out in the General, giving his agenda a better shot at passage. Christie's claim to be conservative is a SHAM.
Rush Holt is the best choice of those in the field. The Senate will get a dose of BRAINS -- which is what it needs! -- and the country will be a safer more livable place FOR ALL of the citizens.
I heard there was a piece done on NPR about how the citizens of Newark feel about Booker and him running!I'd love if Rush Holt won. We need someone more aligned to the late Senator and less with Wall St.
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