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March 12, 2022: PANYNJ Chairman Kevin O’Toole and Democratic strategist Sean Darcy

By New Jersey Globe Staff, March 12 2022 6:26 pm

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Chairman Kevin O’Toole and Democratic strategist Sean Darcy joined host David Wildstein on the final episode of the New Jersey Globe Power Hour on Talk Radio 77 WABC on Saturday, March 12.

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O’Toole has served as chairman of the powerful bi-state transportation agency with a budget that is larger than six U.S. states since 2017.   He served in the New Jersey State Senate from 2001 to 2002 and 2008 to 2017, and in the State Assembly from 1996 to 2001 and 2002 to 2008.  During his 22 years in the legislature, he represented parts of Essex, Passaic, Bergen and Union counties.  O’Toole is a former Essex County Republican Chairman and is the managing partner of a major New Jersey law firm, O’Toole Scrivo.  He also writes a weekly column for the New Jersey Globe, The O’Toole Chronicles.

Darcy has been a New Jersey political insider for nearly 25 years.  He served as traveling press secretary to Gov. James E. McGreevey, press secretary to Gov. Richard J. Codey, communications director at the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, press secretary to Gov. Jon Corzine, and communications director on Corzine’s 2009 re-election campaign.  He is the principal at Round World Consulting, a political consulting and public affairs firm.  Darcy’s clients include one-quarter of the New Jersey congressional delegation.

Wildstein is the host of the New Jersey Globe.

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