To qualify for the next debate Republican candidates have to average 2.5 percent from the four most recent polls. Christie has been having a hard time gaining traction in the polls, and depending on what polls they use, he may not make the stage.
Preliminary numbers suggests voter turnout reached historic lows in the election with only 21 percent of voters showing up at the polls. NJ Working Families executive director Analilia Mejia says a non-representative government is to blame, citing polls that show New Jersey's legislature skews older, richer and whiter than most New Jersey residents.
Democrats came out on top in yesterday's election. They gained three, possibly four, seats which would make the tally for Democrats in the Assembly 52-28. That's still two seats shy of a veto proof majority.
A Stockton poll found only three points separated the candidates in late October. Conventional wisdom favors the incumbents — and in this district it’s split. One incumbent is Democrat Bob Andrewzacjk, the other is Republican Sam Fiocchi.
Integrity House serves over 2,000 people a year with services that include: residential treatment, halfway house treatment, supportive housing and outpatient treatment. The organization has been around for almost 50 years.
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