Today is the New Jersey gubernatorial primary! Voters call in to share their choice for their party's nominee to succeed Gov. Christie and New Jersey Public Radio managing editor Nancy Solomon offers analysis of the race.
"They want integrity, they want honesty...there's a higher level of how fed up New Jersey voters are," says Nancy Solomon, referring to how voters feel about Gov. Chris Christie's "honesty and integrity problems," as she calls them, with regards to Bridgegate and the cover up.
Our candidate interviews can be found here.
WNYC's voter guide is here.
On the Republican side, @NancySolomon2 says the candidates are all trying to be the "not Chris Christie" candidate.— Brian Lehrer Show (@BrianLehrer) June 6, 2017
@NancySolomon2 also says Republicans are running as relative moderates -- one example includes funding for women's health.— Brian Lehrer Show (@BrianLehrer) June 6, 2017