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The Week Helmy got the job

By David Wildstein, January 25 2019 12:01 am

Winner Losers
GEORGE HELMY ANDREW CAREY
Cory Booker’s state director is the new chief of staff to Gov. Phil Murphy. The Middlesex County Prosecutor might be trying so hard to keep his job that it will be impossible for him to keep his job.
KRISTIN CORRADO GANNETT
The Passaic County state senator continues to step up her game during the probe into the hiring of Al Alvarez. The national newspaper chain — the target of a takeover bid — lays off six more staffers at The (Bergen) Record.
DONALD NORCROSS RON DEFILIPPIS
The South Jersey congressman gets the chairmanship of an influential House Armed Services subcommittee.   The Morris County GOP chairman continues to struggle with fundraising and files with just $16,000 in the bank.
DAN O’CONNELL TOM KELAHER
The Delran councilman and labor leader wins a special election convention for Burlington county freeholder. The 86-year-old GOP mayor of Toms River looks like he’s having a problem locking up party support for re-election.
CORY BOOKER CHRIS PORRINO
The likely presidential candidate enjoys a hugely successful campaign swing through Georgia and South Carolina, including a road trip with John Lewis to visit Jimmy Carter. The special counsel to the governor’s office for the Al Alvarez probe promises the legislative committee that Pete Cammarano would return.  Guess what?

 

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