For the second time in a decade, Jon Corzine has been fired for being irresponsible with other people’s money. About ten years ago, Corzine was ousted as CEO of the Wall Street titan Goldman Sachs because he poured investors’ money into a hedge fund that lost $4 billion.
I am a Democrat who voted for Jon Corzine four years ago, but will be voting for Chris Christie for Governor this Tuesday.
Residents of Sayreville should support the local Democratic ticket of Tom Pollando and Dennis Grobelny.
In this most densely populated state we’re in, visitors are almost always surprised when they see how much of New Jersey is not an industrial site off the N.J. Turnpike. Our state is still green, and still the Garden State!
STATE — More data has been released confirming gains in achievement by New Jersey’s low income, Black and Latino students and a narrowing of the gap with affluent and White students.
This past weekend I visited a festival at a church in a working class area of my district. These events are opportunities for people from the community to gather, to eat ethnic foods, listen to music and enjoy each other’s company; before the brisk, brooding Cleveland winter begins to set in.
For years I had heard about the horrors of cancer but never had it affect my life like it did seven years ago. My father, Richard, lost a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer, devastating our tight-knit family and taking away an active member of the Clark community with the Clark Historical Society as well as a teacher and friend.
Gubernatorial candidate Chris Daggett’s belief that imposing a sales tax upon services can automatically facilitate the reduction of property taxes is fundamentally flawed as it incorrectly assumes that consumers will continue to spend on those services at the same rate after these sales tax increases are implemented.
After attending a Middlesex County Freeholders meeting on Oct. 15, I felt compelled to write to describe a most disheartening situation. The Sayreville Board of Education has been pursuing for the past three years an effort to relocate the voting polls out of the elementary schools.
by James J. Devine
Jon Corzine has waged a campaign for re-election that does not even attempt to cloak his four years as governor in robes of success.
Instead, only reason given to re-elect the Wall Street billionaire who presided over a New Jersey that’s gotten worse than it was under McGreevey, is that you should be afraid of his opponent, Christopher Christie.