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Op-Ed: N.J. Dems vow strong lame-duck agenda

Senate Democrats will be forceful in pursuing our agenda during the remaining months of the current legislative session and will be just as aggressive for the next session. As the election demonstrated, we are acting with the support of the people of New Jersey.

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The Bray — Post Election Edition

First of all, thank you for your participation in the electoral process and for your support during the campaign, and even for your constructive criticisms along the way. Below is the latest edition of the Bray.

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GOP Rep. Runyan says he won't run again - and sets off a scramble

Boiling frustration with Congress' dysfunction spilled over Wednesday and the race for a Republican-held House seat was thrown wide open when Rep. Jon Runyan, a moderate Republican from Burlington County, announced that he will not run for reelection next year.

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Senator Booker: Vote Democratic on November 5th!

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NJDems: You Know What To Do

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The Donkey's Bray — Saturday, November 2, 2013

We have lots to do in the next three days to get out the vote for Barbara Buono, Democratic legislators, and the rest of the Democratic ticket. If you share our concern about another four years of Chris Christie's damaging policies, do something about it. Find your county party organization here, or volunteer to get involved on our website here. Your efforts will make a positive difference. 

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Chris Christie's craven Sandy pander

On TV recently, Chris Christie got the requisite question about his future, and he gave the requisite response: "You never know what life is going to bring you." But we don't need peek-a-boo wordplay to confirm that he's running for president. We need only note his craven pandering to the Republican right on the issue of climate change.

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The Donkey's Bray — Monday, October 28, 2013

It has been a busy time for us and, with barely a week remaining before Election Day, it is only getting busier. Below is an update on several political items that captured our attention.

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The Star-Ledger wants us to vote for a man it calls a catastrophe and a fraud. No, thanks.

Former Star-Ledger reporter, Bob Braun, goes to town on that newspaper's editorial endorsing Chris Christie -- an editorial that "invites readers to follow an immoral—or, at least, amoral—path: To vote for a man its anonymous author points out is 'hostile to low income families' by raising their taxes and 'sabotaging' affordable housing. The writer asks us to vote for a man who is a 'catastrophe' for the environment and 'fraudulent' in his budget. The newspaper concedes he is destroying our independent judiciary. New Jersey’s largest daily further asks us to embrace someone who is at least borderline corrupt because he made sure a friend won a no-bid state contract."

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SLATE: Will Someone Please Ask Chris Christie Why He Believes Gay Marriage Is Wrong?

The political calculation of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s surrender on gay marriage—he announced yesterday he would drop his appeal of a court’s ruling that finally allowed gay couples to wed—is not hard to decipher. As a likely GOP presidential candidate for 2016, Christie must woo the party’s anti-gay right wing to win the primary, and avoid, for the general election, seeming out of step with the dramatic national movement toward marriage equality. So he has consistently opposed gay marriage personally while stating that he would support it if the state’s populace did so in a vote.

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