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The Week Al Alvarez Didn’t Know Who Hired Him

By David Wildstein, March 15 2019 12:01 am

Winner Losers
PHIL MURPHY,
STEVE SWEENEY
& CRAIG COUGHLIN
LIZETTE
DELGADO-POLANCO
The Big Three have now come to an agreement on the Governor’s top two legislative priorities — a $15/hr. minimum wage and now legalized weed.  For better or worse, there is some movement. Repeated from last week: How many more punches in the face can the embattled CEO of the New Jersey Schools Development Authority take before Gov. Phil Murphy calls uncle and fires her?
BONNIE
WATSON
COLEMAN
FANS OF THE ‘WHO HIRED AL ALVAREZ’
SOAP OPERA
Good news: the three-term congresswoman announces that she remains cancer free. Even Al Alvarez couldn’t say for sure who hired him for a Murphy administration post.
MICHAEL TESTA, JR. NEWARK CITY COUNCIL
The GOP state senate candidate easily wins the Cape May line, forcing rival Sam Fiocchi to drop out of the race. The Newark city council, except for Anibal Ramos and Augusto Amador, voted to raise their own pay from $64,766 to $95,000, retroactive to last year.
PAUL MATEY JOE HOWARTH
The former Christie lawyer is now a judge of the Third Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals — for the rest of his life, if he wants it. The GOP assemblyman loses most of his supporters as 14 of 15 Burlington Republican municipal chairs side with his primary opponents.
NICHOLAS SACCO HENRY CIRIGNANO
The North Bergen mayor has over 1,000 show up at his campaign kickoff rally — that’s after 10,492 residents sign his nominating petitions. The suspended state probation officer is accused of sexually assaulting a drug court probationer more than 100 times.
ZACH RICH, CLARY ACORA-BARBER & KENNITH GONZALEZ
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Rich won the Hunterdon line for freeholder, and Acora-Barber will be the Middlesex Democratic freeholder candidate — both safe bets in the general.  Gonzalez, 18, will be the Republican candidate for Hudson County Executive.  He won’t win, but he’ll gain some valuable experience. Still a mystery: who is protecting Christie appointee Todd Caliguire, a former Republican freeholder and gubernatorial candidate who is  still holding down a $174,000-a-year job 14 months into the Murphy administration.

 

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