Redistricting in done every ten years after U.S. Census numbers are tallied and population shifts are determined. This year, New Jersey lost one congressional seat as a result of redistricting and that’s the reason there was one competitive primary yesterday. Redistricting protected incumbents which leads one political pundit to predict that the lack of competition will likely last for the next decade.
The constitutional deadline for a signed and balanced State Budget is midnight June 30th, less than four weeks from today. Sagging state revenues have many wondering if any of the three competing tax cut plans afloat in Trenton are going to go under. Governor Chris Christie insists there will be a tax cut.
On the national stage, Republican Governor Christie loves to regale audiences with stories of how he gets things done for the State of New Jersey by working with Democrats and the crowds all but swoon every time he weaves that narrative.
In March, Phil Kwon, one of Governor Chris Christie’s two nominees to fill vacancies on the State Supreme Court became the first nominee in modern history to be rejected by the State Senate Judiciary Committee.
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