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Kean hasn’t ruled out challenge to Malinowski

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By Nikita Biryukov, November 26 2018 6:04 pm

Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean on Monday told The New Jersey Globe he has not ruled out a House run in the seventh congressional district in 2020.

Kean, one of the most powerful Republicans in state government, lives in the seventh district and could challenge Rep.-elect Tom Malinowski, who defeated Rep. Leonard Lance this year, in 2020.

He also would not rule out a far less likely and significantly more convoluted run in the eleventh district, which Rep.-elect Mikie Sherrill won for Democrats this year.

“I’ve always heard you don’t answer hypothetical questions,” Kean said of a run in the eleventh.

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