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- In 1990, after 15-year incumbent James Florio resigned to take office as Governor of New Jersey, Andrews won a special election to succeed him.
- He defeated U.S. Representative James Florio in the closest election in New Jersey gubernatorial election history; Kean won by fewer than 1,800 votes.
- Albio Sires is a big man in West New York, as those at the Casa Manito senior center already know.
- Albio Sires is a coward.
- Albio Sires is a guy who knows how to throw his weight around, and he has considerable weight.
- Albio Sires was born in Cuba and moved to the United States at age 11.
- Albio Sires was just finishing his first two-year term.
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- Lary Casha and Jay Webber both support Assemblyman Alex DeCroce are running for the open seat that belonged to retiring Assemblyman Joe Pennacchio.
- Alfred Steele is a statesman.
- Chris Christie is from Morris County, where Republican Senator Anthony Bucco has been holding up the appointment of a county prosecutor for months.
- Herbert, 76, is currently running a bare-bones state Senate campaign against entrenched incumbent Senator Anthony Bucco.
- Anthony Bucco (born May 7, 1946) has been serving in the New Jersey State Senate since 1998 where he represents the 25th Legislative District.
- Sen. Barbara Buono, D-Middlesex, will be seeking her fifth term in office in November.
- Barbara Buono (D-Middlesex), said after the bills were discussed in the Democratic party meeting on Monday.
- Barbara Buono said the increased state aid wouldn't help with property taxes.
- Bernard Kenny, who is retiring after 20 years.
- State Senate Majority Leader Bernard Kenny, also a Democrat, announced he was leaving the church.
- Bernard Kenny, the Hudson County Democratic Chairman, who has been a long-time ally and go-to guy for Roberts.
- Bill Baroni is a well-known and popular guy.
- Bill Baroni is the greatest politician in the world.
- Bob Menendez is a hard line left-wing politician.
- Bob Menendez is a crook, plain and simple.
- Bob Menendez is a crook.
- Bob Menendez is a self-serving politician who is in a dark cloud of ethical concerns.
- Bob Menendez is a whore who would sell his own mother.
- Bob Smith is a fool.
- Bob Smith is a 65-year-old tall, stoop-shouldered political veteran.
- Bob Smith is a good person, and he occasionally acts from ulterior motives.
- Bob Smith is a good coach and a better friend to the players that he has coached over the years.
- Bob Smith is a good man - and was a damn good Senator.
- Bodine is a Republican Martin, don't kid yourself.
- Bodine was selected in February 1994 by the District Republican Committee to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Assemblyman Robert Shinn.
- Bonnie Watson Coleman is a Democrat who serves in the New Jersey General Assembly where she has represented the 15th legislative district since 1998.
- Bateman defeated Kean and won the nomination, though Bateman went on to lose the general election to Brendan Byrne.
- Torricelli was an assistant to the Governor of New Jersey Brendan Byrne from 1975 to 1977.
- For nearly 15 years, it was officially the Brendan Byrne Arena.
- Bret Schundler is a 34 year old Harvard graduate who had to wash dishes, clean bathrooms and work as a security guard in order to pay his tuition.
- Bret Schundler is a Republican running for governor in New Jersey.
- Bret Schundler is a Republican, but he's the kind of candidate the DLC can get behind.
- Bret Schundler is a politician who sometimes sounds more like a pastor.
- Bret Schundler is also a "real conservative".
- Brian Stack was elected in his own right as Union City Commissioner for one term, serving from 1997-98, with responsibilities for Revenue & Finance.
- Brooks was also charged with unlawfully carrying a weapon, a class A misdemeanor; and possession of marijuana, less than two ounces, a class B misdemeanor.
- Brooks was charged with possession of controlled substance, less than one gram, a state jail felony.
- Byron Baer is a longtime advocate for good government, which probably puts him at odds with the machine-politics oriented Ferriero.
- Byron Baer was a rarity in New Jersey politics: he served time in jail before he took public office, not after.
- Byron Baer was born in Pittsburgh to a well-to-do family.
- Byron Baer was devoted to doing the right things for the right reasons, almost always on behalf of those without power.
- Camden is one of America's most dangerous cities in the United States according to the Morgan QuitnoCorporation annual tally of crime statistics.
- Camden is the home of a branch campus of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.
- Camden is the home of one of Rutgers' three campuses, with the other two being in New Brunswick, and Newark.
- Camden is the place where the first drive-in theater opened, invented by Richard Hollingshead, on June 6, 1933.
- Camden is the poorest American city in the United States.
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- Ceolwulf was king of Mercia in 819.
- Ceolwulf was king of Northumberland in 729.
- Ceolwulf was king of the West Saxons in 597.
- Charles is the best known of the Edison children because of his second career, in public service.
- Charles was aged 20 years plus six months at that time based on the known date of birth for Charles.
- Charles was born in 30 June 1774.
- Charles was born in Maryland ca 1715.
- Charles was captured in Vicksburg in 1863.
- In 1948, he established a charitable foundation, originally called "The Brook Foundation", now the Charles Edison Fund.
- As a politician without political ambition, Charles Edison is a unique figure in the history of New Jersey.
- What brought Der Karl into the open air was the bestowment upon him of the Charles Edison Memorial Award by the Conservative Party of New York State.
- Charlie was buried in Alamogordo, New Mexico, where he finished high school, and had passed many happy days in his youth.
- Charlie was injured during a gas attack, and died of gas gangrene related pneumonia four days after the armistice was signed.
- Charlie was one of nine children and the youngest boy of the family.
- Charlie was only 19 years old when he died.
- Assemblywoman Charlotte Vandervalk claims to be a "fiscal conservative", and she has nurtured an undeserved reputation as a health care advocate.
- Charlotte Vandervalk (born July 31, 1937) serves in the New Jersey General Assembly representing the 39th legislative district.
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- Other names that are being tossed about include Assemblyman Christopher Bateman, former Congressman Bob Franks.
- Chris Smith is a big advocate of veterans.
- Chris Smith is a class act.
- Chris Smith is a guy that some critics have described as "human" and "male.
- Chris Smith is a member of the rap music duo Kris Kross.
- Chris Smith is a successful politician and not a 'great man.
- Chuck Hardwick is a former state legislator in New Jersey.
- The Committee was visiting hospitals, and it witnessed the problems there.
- The committee is a bipartisan group of members of the Legislature.
- The committee was behind the two "dossiers" in which Blair government claimed Saddam Hussein was a threat.
- Our two representatives in the state legislature are Connie Myers and Mike Doherty.
- Pasquarelli has been discussing the Highlands act with Connie Myers, a Republican who represents the area in the state Assembly.
- There were even critics yesterday, such as Assemblywoman Connie Myers (R-Hunterdon), who said the bill didn't go far enough.
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- Craig Stanley is a politician.
- Crump was an early supporter of Franklin Roosevelt for the Democratic nomination for President.
- Crump was fond of and adroit at writing political advertisements.
- Crump was instrumental in the election of Gordon Browning as governor.
- Crump was not able to recover from the second mistake so effectively.
- Crump was opposed to this sales tax and used his influence to defeat it in the Tennessee Legislature.
- He has been the voice of David Roberts on the City Council from the day David Roberts had him appointed to The Hoboken City Council.
- No one has been more loyal to David Roberts and his policies than Christopher Campos for the six years he has been in public office.
- Kevin O’Toole, David Russo and Scott Rumana are an accomplished team of pragmatic conservatives who will change the course in New Jersey.
- Assemblyman David Russo, who lost the 2002 GOP primary to Garrett, actively considered a rematch two years later, but eventually declined.
- Assemblyman David Russo won renomination, even though he had been dumped from the Bergen County Republican Organization line.
- Delaware is a pretty small state to be divided into two civilizations, and in fact it seems safe to predict that division will soon be meaningless.
- Delaware was a plantation state, and a slave state.
- Delaware was once part of Pennsylvania, as the lower three counties.
- The Delaware is the only major river on the East Coast that doesn't have a dam between the ocean and the spawning grounds.
- In 2002, McNamara ran for County Executive of Bergen County, losing to Dennis McNerney in the general election.
- Bergen County Executive Dennis McNerney has said the county would place the detention center within a 40-acre tract it owns in Rockleigh.
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- Diane Allen is a Human Resources Consultant for RSI, a leading insurance brokerage and benefits outsourcing firm located in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.
- Diane Allen is a certified business and life coach.
- Diane Allen is a little to liberal for my taste.
- Diane Allen is a possible successor to retiring Rep.
- Diane Allen is a potential replacement on the ballot.
- The district is also an anomaly in normally solid-blue Massachusetts.
- The district is an L-shaped district comprising the rural northern and western parts of New Jersey.
- The district was already heavily Democratic, but had been redrawn with a Hispanic majority after the 1990 census.
- Districts are barely through the pre-site application process.
- Districts are carved to protect incumbents.
- Districts are redefined after each decennial U.S. Census.
- DONALD Payne is a study in persistence.
- Donald Payne is a favourite target.
- Donald Payne is the first Black from New Jersey to be elected to Congress.
- Donald Payne was elected to the U.S. House in 1988 with 86 percent of the vote, defeating Republican Michael Webb.
- Doria was the founding chair of the Assembly Higher Education Committee and chaired the Assembly Education Committee.
- Doria was the sponsor of laws giving New Jersey's public colleges and universities greater autonomy.
- Eagler is a local guy.
- Eagler is a very long shot.
- Eagler was not given the nod to run for re-election as freeholder.
- Eagler was not without supporters.
- Edward was 72 at that time.
- Edward was a farmer until his death.
- Edward was a gregarious man who enjoyed joking.
- Edward was born 1850 and died March 6, 1900.
- Edward was forty-five.
- Edward Forchion (3) This candidate received no contributions large enough to generate this list.
- Used by member's of the Rastafarian faith of which defendant Edward Forchion is a member.
- R. Edward Forchion (Born July 23, 1964), also known as NJWEEDMAN, is a perennial candidate for various New Jersey elected offices.
* Elease Evans
* Ellen Karcher
* Eric Munoz
* Francis Smith
* Frank Hague
* Frank Lautenberg
* Frank Lobiondo
* Frank Pallone
* Frederick Scalera
* George Norcross
* Gerald Cardinale
* Gordon Johnson
* Green Jerry
* Gusciora Reed
* Guy Gregg
* Harold Hoffman
* Henry Mcnamara
* Herb Conaway
* James Howard
* James Mcgreevey
* James Sharpe
* Jeff Van Drew
* Jennifer Beck
* Jerry Green
* Jersey City
* Jim Saxton
* John Adler
* John Bennett
* John Burzichelli
* John Kelly
* John Murphy
* Jon Bramnick
* Joseph Azzolina
* Joseph Coniglio
* Joseph Doria
* Joseph Kyrillos
* Joseph Minish
* Joseph Palaia
* Joseph Vas
* Joseph Vitale
* Lance Leonard
* Leonard Lance
* Linda Greenstein
* Linda Stender
* Loretta Weinberg
* Louis Greenwald
* Louis Manzo
* Martha Bark
* Martin Cooke
* Mary Teresa Norton
* Michael Doherty
* Michael Panter
* Mike Ferguson
* Millicent Fenwick
* Mims Hackett
* Munoz Eric
* New Jersey Politicians
* Nicholas Asselta
* Nicholas Scutari
* Palaia Joseph
* Pat Lepore
* Paul Digaetano
* Paul Sarlo
* Peter Barnes
* Peter Biondi
* Peter Eagler
* Peter Inverso
* Reed Gusciora
* Richard Codey
* Richard Hughes
* Richard Merkt
* Rich Bagger
* Robert Gordon
* Robert Littell
* Robert Martin
* Robert Meyner
* Robert Singer
* Rob Andrews
* Rodney Frelinghuysen
* Ronald Dancer
* Ronald Rice
* Rush Holt
* Samuel Thompson
* Scalera Frederick
* Scott Garrett
* Scott Rumana
* Sean Kean
* Sharpe James
* Sheila Oliver
* Shirley Turner
* Silverio Vega
* Singer Robert
* Stephen Sweeney
* Steve Corodemus
* Steve Rothman
* Terry Duffy
* Thomas Degise
* Thomas Kean
* Upendra Chivukula
* Vas Joseph
* Walter Kavanaugh
* Wayne Bryant
* Weinberg Loretta
* Wilfredo Caraballo
* William Cahill
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