Political Campaigns Heat Up on Both Sides of the Hudson

Monday, August 17, 2009

The November General election is just over 10 weeks away, and high profile political contests on both sides of the Hudson are jamming the airwaves with campaign ads.

In New York City it's pretty much Mayor Bloomberg wall to wall. But in Jersey the battle between the incumbent Jon Corzine and his Republican challenger Chris Christie has gone negative. With us to talk about the status of the race for Mayor and the battle for New Jersey's Governorship is WNYC's Bob Hennelly .


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