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ICYMI: Here’s what’s happened since Friday morning

By New Jersey Globe Staff, January 17 2022 12:04 am

Gov. Phil Murphy and State Sen. Jon Bramnick joined host David Wildstein on the New Jersey Globe Power Hour on Talk Radio 77 WABC this weekend.  Don’t miss Wildstein on John Wallace and congressional redistricting.
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As the New Jersey Apportionment Commission works to redraw districts, a myriad concerns will have to be balanced.

Assemblywoman Aura Dunn might enter the race for Congress in the 11th district against Rep. Mikie Sherrill.

Rep. Andy Kim has $3.3 million cash-on-hand.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich endorses Rep. Chris Smith for re-election.

A Superior Court Judge slammed the state for a flawed voter registration data base that is causing a do-over election in Old Bridge.

Democratic members of the Congressional Redistricting Commission want the New Jersey Supreme Court to dismiss a Republican challenge they say is “political motivated.”

Ocean County GOP Chairman Frank Holman is retiring and wants Sheriff Michael Mastronardy to succeed him.

Carol Murphy is the new Assembly Majority Whip, Lisa Swain will chair the Appropriations Committee,  and Roy Freiman will head up the new Assembly Agriculture and Food Security Committee.

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