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Latino Voters Seen As Key to Mayor’s Race in Jersey City

5-9-13
Incumbent Jerramiah Healy and challenger Steve Fulop are both courting Latino voters, expected to be a major factor in Jersey City's mayoral race.
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Buono’s Position On Stricter Gun Laws Wins New Support For Her Candidacy

5-2-13
Other Democrats are applauding Buono, including Elizabeth Mayor Chris Bollwage, who previously expressed lukewarm support for her.
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NJEF Endorses Buono, Says Christie Has Broken Campaign Promises on Environment

5-1-13
New Jersey Environmental Federation Campaign Director David Pringle says his organization no longer supports Gov. Chris Christie because he has broken many campaign promises related to the environment. He believes Barbara Buono is a much better candidate from an environmental standpoint.
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Buono Says Campaign Focus Is the Economy

4-23-13
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono says she is focused on the economy since there are 400,000 unemployed people in New Jersey.
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Buono Launches Diner Offensive in Push to Boost Name ID

4-22-13
Sen. Barbara Buono, who is challenging Gov. Chris Christie for his seat, met with New Jerseyans at a diner in Little Falls to help get her name out to voters.
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Christie Advisor Says Governor Isn’t Taking Early Lead for Granted

4-18-13
Bill Palatucci says although Gov. Chris Christie has more money than Sen. Barbara Buono and is leading in the polls, New Jersey is a difficult state for Republicans to be victorious.
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Mobile Voting Bus Let First Responders, Others Cast Their Ballots

11-8-12
The Ocean County Board of Elections used a mobile voting bus to reach first responders, emergency personnel and elected officials who couldn't leave areas that were evacuated.
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Former Obama Advisor Says He Should Assert Presidential Power More in Second Term

11-8-12
Former senior Obama advisor and Seton Hall University Law Professor Mark Alexander says the president should exercise his power a bit more during his second term to move the country forward.
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Christie Disappointed By Romney Loss, But Ready to Move Forward

11-7-12
Gov. Chris Christie told reporters he was disappointed Mitt Romney lost his bid for president, but in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and a nor'easter, he has more pressing matters to deal with.
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Menendez Romps, Praises Jersey Voters

11-7-12
Before he ended his night in front of jubilant Democrats in New Brunswick, Bob Menendez criss-crossed the state in a last-minute get out the vote effort.