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The Week of Matt Friedman’s Vexation

By David Wildstein, February 22 2019 12:06 am

Winner Losers
CORY BOOKER KATHERINE DUPUIS
The U.S. Senator from New Jersey locks up his home state in his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. The Superior Court Judge, once a municipal chair, doesn’t seem to understand simple state election law.
JOHN CATALANO GEORGE GILMORE
The Brick Republican Club president wins the recommendation of the Ocean County GOP screening committee for Dave Wolfe’s Assembly seat. Since 1850, there have been two women on the Ocean County Board of Freeholders: Hazel Gluck from 1977 to 1980, and Ginnie Haines since 2016. 
MIKIE SHERRILL STEVE FULOP
The freshman congresswoman lucks out with a potentially strong GOP challenger, Morris County Sheriff Jim Gannon, says he’s not interested in being a congressman. The mayor of New Jersey’s 2nd largest city is conspicuous by his absence from a list of 50+ endorsements for Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker.
JUAN RIVERA GANNETT
The North Ward Democrat gets the Essex County Democratic line for Register of Deeds and Mortgages. The owner of 8 daily newspapers in New Jersey and the target of a takeover bid reports losing money again for the fourth-quarter.
JEFF BRINDLE MATT FRIEDMAN
The executive director of the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission sees the New Jersey State Senate finally pass reforms and increased campaign contribution limits he’s been advocating for years. The editor of POLITICO New Jersey Playbook again faces the vexation of a former Saturday Night Live comedian and Johnny Dangerously co-star, whose name may not be mentioned again, professing interest in running for governor.

 

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