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Entries in Steve Lonegan (2)


New Jersey Senate race could make history in ‘David vs. Goliath’ style matchup

This ad was sponsored by the American Commitment Action Fund. Newark officials and residents have a dim opinion of Mayor Booker. The ad was created by Ben Howe [@BenHowe].

New Jersey senatorial candidate Steve Lonegan could make history in the state in more ways than one.

For starters, illustrating the astounding lock of a single party on the populace, New Jersey hasn’t elected a Republican for the U.S. Senate in 41 years. That lock stood despite recurring scandals and ethics controversies plaguing Democrats like former governor Jon Corzine and former senator Robert Torricelli. Another Dem senator was convicted on bribery and other charges as part of the ABSCAM operation in the 1980s.

The other way Lonegan might make history evokes the Biblical tale of David vs. Goliath.

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GOP surprise: Lonegan gaining on Booker in New Jersey Senate race

Updated on Friday, September 27, 2013 at 10:43AM by Registered CommenterKay B. Day, Editor

GOP Senatorial candidate Steve Lonegan of New Jersey (Photo: Frame grab/video at Lonegan campaign site)Steve Lonegan, the New Jersey Republican running in a special election for a U.S. Senate seat, is narrowing the gap between himself and his opponent. Considering Lonegan's opponent's coffers and celeb support, the Republican's gains have sent shock waves throughout some political circles who consider New Jersey the property of Democrats.

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