States of the Union: New Jersey

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

On this week’s States of the Union, we look at New Jersey. We look at Senator Frank Lautenberg’s re-election campaign as well as the races for two open House seats. Joining us to discuss what matters to voters in the Garden State is WNYC’s senior reporter Bob Hennelly.

States of the Union fact of the week: FM radio was invented in New Jersey.

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Comments [7]

Jack from Chinatown

Totenberg is a political assasin. If the nominee were a leftie the "story" would have been buried as merely about sex (Clinton).

Oct. 19 2011 11:12 AM
jack from Chinatown

Wilson went to Niger and found out that they did not sell yellowcake. I guess the minister he asked was an old frat brother.

Dec. 02 2010 10:16 AM
jack from Chinatown

What about the extremists from the speakers' religion?

Aug. 05 2010 12:53 PM
Jack from Chinatown

Arkin has never made any sense. All style no content. Ask youeself, what did he just say?

Jul. 22 2010 01:45 PM
Jack from chinatown

We the people should decide what to do with the profits from her book

Oct. 06 2008 01:29 PM

any comments on rivalry between north and south political clubhouses?

Sep. 30 2008 12:55 PM
Michael from Manhattan

Actually, Mr. Lopate, Sen. Lautenberg could easily assail Sen. McCain on the latter's age, because McCain has a couple of different kinds of cancer, and the chances that a 72-year-old man with those conditions will survive more than a couple of years are very slim. Look it up, sir.

Sep. 30 2008 12:52 PM

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