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The Week Leonard ‘tends not to believe’

By David Wildstein, September 28 2018 12:28 am

 

Winner Losers
TONY BUCCO TAHESHA WAY
The longtime Republican State Senator gets a pass after the Legislature’s new sexual harassment policy excludes any retroactive transparency, which means his 2004 settlement after being a sued by an aide who he fired after having an affair with her remains a secret. The Secretary of State may become known as “Tahesha In Way Over Her Head” after struggling to figure out what do do with the Bergen County Sheriff vacancy, and could find herself in the spotlight if any close races in Bergen wind up in court.  
EDWARD FORCHION LEONARD LANCE
In a sign of days to come, the NJ Weedman, as a show of civil disobedience, sells weed outside the seat of state government and a State Trooper asks him to just move a little further down the street. The GOP congressman, in a close re-election campaign, screws up big-time when he’s caught on tape telling Rutgers College Republicans that he “tends not to believe” Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, even before she testified.  
KEITH KAZMARK GEORGE YOUNGKIN
The mayor of Woodland Park is appointed Business Administrator for Parsippany-Troy Hills by Mayor Michael Soriano. There was a decent chance he was about to become a Burlington County Freeholder, but news of his 2006 arrest on domestic violence charges caused his sudden exit from the race.
ALTURRICK KENNEY JASON RAVITZ
The former Newark deputy mayor and school board member becomes the Democratic candidate for Essex County Surrogate following the resignation of Ted Stevens to become county prosecutor. The Voorhees deputy mayor is caught on a surveillance tape in a bar fight after someone allegedly made anti-Semitic and anti-Black slurs to him.
EDWIN SOTO GARDEN STATE EQUALITY
The Menendez for Senate tracker does his job and keeps calm after being shoved by Bob Hugin’s driver, retired State Police Lt. John Beyers. The respected LGBTQ advocacy group punts on three hotly contested congressional races that could decide which party controls the U.S. House of Representatives.
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