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  •  D+14 (6+ / 0-)

    It's very safe, and it should have a more liberal representative. His lifetime Progressive Punch score is only about 80%, so it would be hard not to replace him with someone more liberal.

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    by David Jarman on Thu Apr 03, 2008 at 02:04:10 PM PDT

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    •  A list of candidates (4+ / 0-)

      From George Norcross:

      On the official Norcross short list:

      Senate Majority Leader Steve Sweeney;
      South Jersey AFL-CIO President Donald Norcross,
      Assembly Democratic Executive Director Bill Castner;
      Democratic strategist Steve Ayscue;
      State Sens. Fred Madden and Dana Redd;
      Assemblymen Louis Greenwald, John Burzichelli and Paul Moriarty;
      Assemblywoman Sandra Love;
      Camden County Clerk Jim Beach;
      Casino Control Commissioner Linda Kassekert;
      former State Sen. Raymond Zane, who had switched to the GOP in 2001 after 28 years as a Democratic Senator and has now switched back;
      Troy Singleton, an aide to Carpenters Union leader Frank Spencer;
      Burlington County Democratic Chairman Rick Perr, who would move into the district to run;
      and Camille Andrews, a Dean at Rutgers-Camden Law School.

      So realistically, the next NJ-01 Congressman is a friend of Norcross. I think the Netroots record against urban party organizations is not all that good. Ask Lipinski.

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      by RBH on Thu Apr 03, 2008 at 02:09:48 PM PDT

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