N.J. To Add Lieutenant Governor

Monday, February 16, 2009

Come November, New Jersey voters will elect the state's first lieutenant governor. That will make New Jersey the 45th state to have such a post.

When the measure became law in 2005, sponsors said they hoped it would lead to more women and minorities in statewide elected positions.


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