Tag Archive: Michael Muller

Thanks to the Washington Post, and Chris Cillizza’s readers at The Fix

It’s a kick to read in the Washington Post today that Blue Jersey’s made their list of best state-based political tweeters in the country, via Chris Cillizza’s political column The Fix. We have our readers and Cillizza’s readers at The Fix to thank for that, because he compiled the list after asking for nominations from his own Fixistas and sifted through them all for every state in the country.

The Fix’s Best State-Based Political Tweeters for New Jersey:









Cillizza apparently was thinking (here’s his call for tweeter nominations) most of people he chose would be reporters. In his NJ list, only 2 are; Ginger Gibson of the statehouse bureau shared by Star-Ledger & Bergen Record and New Jersey reporter for the Wall Street Journal Lisa Fleisher both made Cillizza’s list.

The rest of us are all progressive or Democratic partisans. more below

War Room & Victory: Senator Linda Greenstein

Thanks, I had enough defeat Tuesday night. Let’s have us some hot-damn juicy victory. Senate Dems via Michael Muller put this together. That’s him in the white shirt and tie, yelling Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! in the war room in the moment they knew they won. We have a lot of friends in that room. Big congratulations to them, and Senator Greenstein.

Michael Muller will run the coordinated campaign

Michael Muller, who was campaign director for Hillary Clinton’s NJ primary race, will run the NJ coordinated campaign for the 2008 cycle. State Democratic Chair Joe Cryan:

… We have the best candidates, we have the issues on our side and we have a strong Democratic tide fueled by the accumulated failures of George Bush and the Republicans. Hard working and skilled campaign staffers such as Michael will help convert Democratic advantages into Election Day victories.

The coordinated is the election effort of the NJ State Democratic Committee through which resources are channeled to support individual campaigns, provide common resources to candidates and party-build for successive election cycles. With sharply-defined choices in both the Senate and Presidential campaign, national issues are certain to filter into campaigns up and down the ticket.

Muller, who currently manages the communications shop for the Assembly majority office, is a well-known political presence in Trenton. With so many of the state’s institutional Dems driving the Clinton efforts until recently, it continues to be interesting to watch how the Clinton and Obama camps – and their supporters – make the effort to unify for November.