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A month after election, Asm. John Amodeo concedes 2nd District loss to Northfield Mayor Vince Mazzeo

Republican Assemblyman John Amodeo formally conceded his election loss to Democrat Vince Mazzeo Tuesday afternoon, a full month after the general election and following numerous court hearings and a formal recount.

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Christie’s broken dream on tuition support for undocumented youth

LET IT be recorded for posterity: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s support for granting “tuition equality” to the state’s undocumented immigrants spanned precisely 44 days... It died abruptly on Nov. 25, as Mr. Christie pivoted from New Jersey’s general election to his preparations for the 2016 Republican primaries. On to Iowa!

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Sweeney: An agenda of progress for New Jersey

While most analysts and pundits have been speculating about what the results of our elections mean for Gov. Chris Christie’s national political ambitions, the more important question is what the results mean for the people of New Jersey. The governor won decisively, but Democratic legislative candidates gained triumphant victories as well, and we did it despite the historic margins at the top of the ticket for Republicans.

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Hand recount adds one vote so far to Democrat's lead in 2nd District Assembly race

Democrat Vince Mazzeo now unofficially leads by 39 votes after more than 101,000 votes were cast in the 2nd Legislative District Assembly race.

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Star Ledger Op-Ed: Christie's flip-flop on immigration

If Gov. Chris Christie thinks voters won’t notice if he promises one thing when he’s running for governor, then another when he’s running for president, he’s dreaming.

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Paulsboro train derailment prompts new legislation by Congressman Rob Andrews

The Jefferson Street Bridge, temporarily empty, and a partially-frozen Mantua Creek standing still behind him, Congressman Rob Andrews (D-1 of Haddon Heights) announced newly-proposed legislation that addresses his surroundings Monday afternoon.

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Prieto backs Currie for full term as State Chairman

The chess pieces continue to line up for a full term endorsement for John Currie as chairman of the Democratic State Committee.

Assembly Speaker-elect and Hudson County Democratic Chairman Vincent Prieto announced his backing this morning for Currie for a full term.

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A lock for Democratic Party chair again, Currie has backing of two senators, senate prez, and many county party chairs

Support for Democratic State Party Chairman John Currie poured forth late last week and through the weekend.

Pursuing a full, two-year term as party chairman, Currie appears to have no opposition as he claims large important sections of power and complementary goodwill elsewhere.

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Senate President Steve Sweeney backs Currie for NJDSC Chairman

"I am proud to announce my support for John Currie for a full term as Democratic Party Chairman..."

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Mayor Fulop supports Currie for State Democratic Chairman

Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop today threw his support behind John Currie to remain as Democratic State Party Chairman.

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