News Roundup & Open Thread for Friday, Nov. 9, 2012

Yes, people are getting tired of his schtick

  • Opinion: Gov. Christie has just a little too much Jersey attitude.

    Wisniewski & Oliver criticize Christie administration storm-vote plan

  • Will push legislation for early voting.

    Election Day/s

  • Somerset Democrats could be in striking distance for county seats.
  • Interactive map: NJ incumbents easily win.

    2013

  • Weinberg: Booker is best choice for 2013.
  • Tom Byrne feeling out gubernatorial run.

    It may be a while for a marriage equality vote in NJ

  • Garden State Equality’s Steven Goldstein says Christie should smell the political change in the air and shift his position.
  • A time to call for M.E. ballot or a time to override a veto?
  • Lawmakers struggle with same-sex marriage issue after wins in other states.

    Really? Tony Mack wants to answer questions – in public?

  • Trenton’s mayor started his Fall getting arrested, FBI investigation continues, federal case is pending. Now he wants to hold weekly “Ask the Mayor” meetings for people to drop in and chat.

    Christie

  • Commentary throws Christie a bone.
  • Romney donors pin loss on Christie.
  • Post election: Obama gets a call, Romney just gets an email.
  • Mike Lupica: This is the defining image of the presidential campaign.
  • Christie’s Jersey coattails … or lack thereof.

    Sandy

  • Catania: Can we (finally) begin serious dialogue about climate change?
  • Wall Street agency: NJ has weak safety net to buffer Sandy’s financial woes.
  • North Jersey animal shelters & pet adoptions hit hard.
  • Some kids displaced by storm will need to be in new schools.

    JCP&L

  • New Jersey’s most hated company.
  • Christie & JCP&L seem to differ on when the lights will go on for all.

    Jerseynomics

  • October casino revenues won’t be pretty.
  • Oliver, Riley, Singleton, Coutinho & Giblin Praise NJ Voters for OKing $750 Million Bond Issue for Infrastructure.
  • Local governments can do distributed stimulus.
  • Tax credits: NJ’s faltering green economy mirrors national trend.

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