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New Jersey Governors’ Race

Lessons from Election Night, 2009

November 4, 2009

The media is focusing on NY-23, as well they should, as Conservatives put a lot of emphasis on that race.  Conservatives essentially ousted an establishment-backed liberal Republican (not even a moderate, but a liberal who supported ObamaCare and Cap-and-Trade) in Dede Scozzofava, and backed Conservative party candidate Doug Hoffman, who lost the race by under [...]

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Chris Christie Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory

October 11, 2009

The darkening days of Fall portend dark days politically for Chris Christie and Republicans across the the People’s State of New Jersey.  His 14-point lead over incumbent Democrat failure Jon Corzine has diminished to a margin-of-error polling situation.  Why?  As Peter Ferrara writes Christie has run a “content-free campaign” and echoes the Wall Street Journal‘s [...]

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Jon Corzine’s Ace in the Hole

September 25, 2009

So is Jon Corzine telling us that the rest of America is about to look like New Jersey?  Oh dear. HT:  The Campaign Spot

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