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Below please find part one of the latest installment of gubernatorial gutcheck, a look at those politicians in both parties angling for the state’s highest office.
Will Senate President Steve Sweeney be able to leverage the Senate presidency to forge relationships with North Jersey power brokers necessary to run a statewide campaign, or will Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop be able to stir support from North Jersey cities and be the effective outsider? Both are good questions, and we can say with some confidence that both Steve camps are working to find the answers.
But what we have lived through so far encompassed yet another remarkable year in New Jersey politics, and we were privileged once again to chronicle all the breaks in the action.
It’s an undeniable truth any New Jersey politician or gubernatorial hopeful will have to contend with if someone south of the state’s North-South divide throws their hat in the ring for the governor’s seat following Gov. Chris Christie’s departure (whenever that may be).
Dr. Herb Conaway and Troy Singleton stand up for women. As a medical doctor, Conaway knows how essential access to health care services like mammograms, cancer screenings and pre-natal care are for women in our community. That's why Conaway and Singleton are leading the fight to preserve women's health funding and prevent the closure of additional health care facilities that serve over 40 thousand women with crucial lifesaving medical care.
Dr. Herb Conaway and Assemblyman Troy Singleton are keeping Burlington County safe.
We still have a lot of work to do in the home stretch and I need your help before the State filing deadline closes at midnight tonight!
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Taylor is a remarkable young woman from Mount Laurel who worked with Assemblyman Troy Singleton on legislation very close to her heart - newborn screening for ALS in New Jersey.
Far Reaching Proposal Would Lower Property Taxes, Cut Waste, Keep College Within Reach
Willingboro -- Assemblymen Herb Conaway and Troy Singleton and Gary Catrambone for Senate today unveiled their 7-point Affordability Agenda, a pro-taxpayer plan to help South Jersey’s middle-class families keep more of their own money.