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The week Jeff Van Drew didn’t raise money

Winners & Losers of the week – New Jersey Globe

By David Wildstein, April 19 2019 12:02 am

Winner Losers
PHIL MURPHY GEORGE GILMORE
Two years before the next gubernatorial primary, the incumbent governor is endorsed by the likely Democratic chairman in New Jersey’s largest county, Paul Juliano of Bergen.

 

The Ocean County Republican chairman is convicted on three counts of two counts of failing to pay IRS payroll taxes withheld from the firm’s employees and one count of making a false statement on a bank loan application.
PAUL JULIANO JEFF VAN DREW
The Fairview public works director has emerged as the clear front runner to succeed Louis Stellato as the Bergen County Democratic chairman. The freshman congressman posts pathetic 1st quarter fundraising numbers — the worst in the nation for a Democrat in a targeted district.
JOHN LABROSSE LAURENCE DOWNES
The Hackensack mayor has control of the Board of Education after one ally is re-elected and other picks up an open seat. The early backer of Phil Murphy for governor finds himself out of a job when asked to resign as chairman of the Economic Development Authority.
TOM KEAN, JR. LIZETTE DELGADO-POLANCO
The Senate minority leader has a successful launch in his bid for the Republican nomination for Congress in NJ-7, with five GOP county chairs at his formal announcement. The not as early a backer of Larry Downes of Phil Murphy for governor still has her job as CEO of the Schools Development Authority.
AMIRI BARAKA, PHIL ALAGIA AND MO BUTLER DEIRDRE WEBSTER COBB
Major players on Cory Booker’s team helped orchestrate a successful hometown kickoff of a national Justice for All tour. The chair of the New Jersey Civil Service Commission appears to have no clue how a gag order in what was supposed to be a “survivor centered” workplace discrimination policy turned out to a gag order for victims.

 

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