Gov. Christie's prior Supreme Court nominees have been refused hearings from the state Senate. His latest nominee -- Democrat Walter Timpone -- is expected to meet the qualifications of the "gentleman's agreement" in maintaining a balanced court.
While unaffiliated voters in New Jersey can vote in either primary, those already declared Democrat or Republican only have until April 13 to change their affiliation to be eligible for the June 7 primary.
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