Former Sen. Robert Torricelli says he believes all the candidates have handled themselves well in the special election for U.S. Senate, but admits he's partial to members of the House becoming senators.
Steve Lonegan said a tweet that some called racist is last week's news, but opponent Alieta Eck said it shows he's not a viable candidate for Senate and Gov. Chris Christie said Lonegan knew the tweet was wrong.
Fairleigh Dickinson PublicMind Poll Executive Director Krista Jenkins says no one is sure what the turnout will be for the U.S. Senate primary, but she expects it will be "significantly less" than a typical election.
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