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Watch: NJ Senate Democratic Debate

Monday, August 05, 2013

NJ Spotlight

On Monday night, NJTV aired a debate of Democratic Senate hopefuls from the DuMont Television Center at Montclair State. Candidates Booker, Holt, Oliver and Pallone all attended. NJ Today host Mike Schneider and Record editorial page editor Alfred Doblin moderated.

 

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RUCB_Alum from Central New Jersey

Vote ABC in Tuesday's Special Election...Anybody but Corey!

By jumping in to the Senate election, Corey Booker has sold himself and Democratic chances for taking the statehouse in 2017 short.

-He is breaking his promise to the citizens of Newark to complete his term.

-He is hurting the party's chances of being competitive in the 2017 NJ Governor's race. Especially when you consider that Christie - if he runs for President in 2016, will have resigned the office in order to raise donations from Wall St.

The special Senate Election as well as NEXT YEAR's regular Senate election is a lock for the Democratic candidate. By jumping in and grabbing it, Corey is shoving aside more D.C.-experienced candidates. He's good but both Rush and Frank are better.

Choose what's best for NJ in this week's primary. Choose Anybody but Corey. We will all be better off.

Aug. 10 2013 02:28 PM

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