N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP
A collection of domestic news from a Statehouse and around New Jersey
CHRISTIE SAYS HE WON’T VISIT BORDER
Christie pronounced he has no skeleton to revisit a limit when he travels to Mexico this week, notwithstanding criticizing President Obama for not doing so.
GOVERNOR CONTINUES BOARDWALK TOUR
Christie kicked off Labor Day weekend Friday with a discuss of dual boardwalks, both as a probable presidential contender and a cheerleader for a Jersey Shore. (See photos above.)
VOTERS SPLIT ON CHRISTIE’S PERFORMANCE, POLL SHOWS
A consult conducted by a same pollster Christie uses found New Jersey electorate were separate on either they approve of a governor’s pursuit performance.
Meanwhile, a same organisation found 58 percent of New Jersey electorate upheld argumentative red light cameras, and 55 percent wanted to continue a program.
A NEW DEFINITION OF POOR?
Nearly a third of New Jerseyans lived in misery in 2012, according to a new news that aims to redefine what it means to be bad in a state.
MENENDEZ TALKS UKRAINE-RUSSIA
U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) reiterated his call for a U.S. to supply arms to Ukrainian inhabitant army and toughen sanctions opposite Russia.
BELL BATTLES FOR GOLD STANDARD
Jeff Bell, a Republican severe U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), wants to discuss either to bring behind a bullion standard.
MORAN ON CAMI ANDERSON
Star-Ledger domestic columnist Tom Moran writes that Newark propagandize superintendent Cami Anderson finds herself with probably no domestic support in city as classes begins.
MULSHINE ON RED LIGHT CAMERAS
Star-Ledger domestic columnist Paul Mulshine writes that New Jersey lawmakers competence do a right thing regarding red light cameras.
THE AUDITOR: RED LIGHT SPONSORS, BILL BRADLEY
EDITORIAL: CHRISTIE AND O’DOWD
The Star-Ledger’s editorial house writes that Christie needs to stop laziness on nominating Kevin O’Dowd to become a state’s subsequent profession general.
THE WEEK AHEAD
A demeanour during what lies forward this week for Christie and New Jersey politics.
FROM THE WEEKEND …
• Only one U.S. House district out of New Jersey’s 12 is attracting poignant resources from a inhabitant parties this choosing season.
• A male who claimed a member of Christie’s motorcade cut him off got indignant adequate to follow a automobile until a drivers hashed it out in a parking lot of a Seaside Park Police Department, officials said.
• The State Police graduated 149 new troopers Friday, adding some-more women than it did in a dual prior classes total though losing some belligerent on a secular and racial minority mix of the graduates.
• Several environmental groups permitted Booker for re-election.
Star-Ledger staff writers Matt Friedman, Susan K. Livio, Tom Moran, Paul Mulshine, MaryAnn Spoto, and Steve Strunsky, NJ Advance Media contributor Matt Arco, and NJ.com contributor Ashley Peskoe contributed to this report.