News Roundup & Open Thread for Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013

Seriously, lady, get off the damned road.

Chris Christie v. ___

  • Buono: Monmouth Dems support against Gov shows “party is coming together”.

  • Buono backed by Monmouth Dems. Huffington Post

  • Meeting her in Middlesex, DiVincenzo ‘building relationship’ with Buono.
  • Codey to visit D.C. to seek money for possible run for N.J. governor.

    Sen. Weinberg’s stern message to Cory Booker here at Blue Jersey

  • Quoted at Politico.

  • Quoted at Washington Post.

  • Quoted at New York Magazine.

  • Quoted at PolitickerNJ.

    New York passes tougher gun laws in the wake of Newtown

  • What are you going to do, New Jersey?

    Christie

  • Stile: Christie’s videos blurring the boundary of official and political.

  • 100th “Town Hall” Taxpayer-funded campaign stop is Wednesday.

    Wisniewski looks forward to Wednesday talk with chairs

  • He hears the party primal screams out there and says he believes they’re misplaced.

    Sandy Recovery

  • House prepares to vote on Sandy relief package.

  • Dems criticize Christie administration for giving Sandy contract to Florida firm.

  • Christie: Harsh words for oceanfront property owners opposing protective dunes.

  • Does the Jersey shore need a major post-Sandy marketing campaign?

    Lottery privatization

  • “If it Ain’t Broke, Break it!” .

  • Dems say they are frustrated by lack of transparency in lottery privatization plan.

    Education

  • Dems block Christie administration’s attempt to revise school funding formula to reduce aid to low-income & limited-English students..

  • In Haddonfield, referendum campaign on buying the Bancroft School heats up.

    Another daily newspaper in peril

  • Press of Atlantic City is put up for sale.

    Candidates

  • Source: In Edison, Ricigliano will have to run off the line.

  • Source: Chris James running for East Orange council seat.

  • Jersey City Mayor’s Race: What Makes a Democrat a Democrat?

  • In clash for 2014 elders’ support, Baraka emerges from head-to-head with Rice, but Rice not counted out.

    How far the NJ DEP has fallen under Christie

  • Environmentalists Oppose DEP Waiver Rule Backed by Businesses.
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