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The Week of Delgado-Polanco’s friends & family

By David Wildstein, March 01 2019 9:24 am

Winner Losers
BRIAN STACK JOHN CURRIE
The Union City mayor/state senator gets his guy the Hudson County surrogate post, giving him an opportunity to pick a new freeholder next year.  The Passaic County Democratic chairman, already fighting to keep his seat as state chairman, has a new battle brewing on his home front after he blessed the end of Bill Pascrell III’s 21-year tenure as county counsel.
LISA MANDELBLATT &
STACEY GUNDERMAN
LIZETTE
DELGADO- POLANCO
The Democratic candidates for State Assembly in the 21st district win the Union County Democratic organization line.  Union has 75% of the primary voters. The embattled CEO of the NJ Schools Development Authority is in the middle over a growing scandal over her giving out jobs to friends and family.
JOE ANDL GOUTAM JOIS
The Burlington County Democratic chairman has a shot at electing a sheriff following the announcement that popular six-term Republican Jean Stanfield is retiring. A year after winning just 14% of the vote in the 7th district House primary, the Summit lawyer runs for Assembly and gets zero votes at his home county screening committee.
MICHAEL TESTA, JR. DEREK ARMSTEAD
Th 1st district State Senate candidate wins the endorsement of his three living GOP predecessors: Jim Cafiero, Jim Hurley and Nick Asselta. The mayor of Linden is arraigned on assault charges, the latest episode in a second term that is already filled with huge drama.
JAY WEBBER &
BETTY LOU DECROCE
STU
MINKOWITZ
The incumbent 26th district assembly members get the organization line in Passaic County, making a primary challenge against them more difficult. The Morris County assignment judge might have to hear Christian Barranco’s lawyer argue that coming close enough to the residency requirement is acceptable.

 

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2 thoughts on “The Week of Delgado-Polanco’s friends & family

  1. The Minkowitz/Barranco line is too funny.
    Barranco of Wayne is turning himself into a punchline in record time.

  2. What Lizette Delgado Polanco is doing at the NJSDA is a disgrace, she should be made to step down. Not only did she have all those people fired (many who have been employed there since the Authority started), she hired family and friends, has had TVs installed in some of her Staff’s offices, is doing a total renovation in the building and looking to reopen the Newark office so her friends and family don’t have a long commute. As a Taxpayer of New Jersey, I want to know where the money is coming from.

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