Splashed across the headlines these days in New Jersey are the indictment of U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) on corruption charges and possible looming indictments in the Bridgegate scandal. With corruption at the forefront once again, a new poll released Monday takes a look at how New Jerseyans view corruption.
As the Bridgegate investigation continues, South Jersey Congressman Rob Andrews has announced he's stepping down while a House Ethics Committee investigates his campaign spending, and Trenton Mayor Tony Mack awaits the verdict in his federal corruption trial.
New Jersey is no stranger to corruption. In recent years, there have been a number of arrests of elected officials with the latest happening just last week when Assemblyman Albert Coutinho pleaded guilty to theft charges after admitting that he cashed checks meant for his family's charitable foundation and used the money for himself.
In the wake of a municipal official who allegedly used his position to profit from a private land deal, New Jersey's state comptroller has called for tougher penalties for unethical conduct on the local level.
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