Thursday, March 15, 2007

Thursday NJ Politics Roundup

  • The state sentate is facing a bit of an exodus, the likes of which hasn't been seen since the early 1970's. Fully one quarter of the Senate (and counting) will be turned over in November and that's before the first vote is counted. That figure does not include folks who get voted out like Tom Kean Junior.

  • A lot of media response about ex-Gov. McGreevy's paternity suit with his ex-wife. As a Gay American, I like what Monica Yant Kinney has to say about it all. Regarding McGreevy, part of me says everyone deserves the grace to ammend their life while the other half wonders WTF?

  • Joe Cryan defends budget grants and puts them into some context.

  • A generation gap in Newark? Corey Booker is mute on his support of Congressman Payne's Congressional reelection. Aparently there's no love lost between Mayor Booker and Asm. William Payne, who's the Congressman's bother.

  • This is old news generally, but the latest tidbit about our early-ish presidental primary can be seen here.

  • Did I miss something? Tell me all about it in the comments section.

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