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NJTV Political Roundtable with Mike Schneider

Republican Strategist Roger Bodman and Democratic Strategist Brendan Gill discuss the week in politics with NJTV NewsManaging Editor Mike Schneider. Topics include the Newark Mayoral race, recent poll numbers for Gov. Chris Christie, and the upcoming Senate election.

 

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Brendan Gill Speaks out on Bridgegate Report

A look at the new internal investigative report released by the law firm hired by Governor Christie’s administration that clears the Governor of any involvement or knowledge of the Fort Lee lane closures at the George Washington Bridge in September! But critics feel the report is one-sided since it was commissioned by the Governor’s office! Guests include Republican Strategist Roger Bodman, Democratic Strategist Brendan Gill, and State House Reporter Laura Jones.

 

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Moving on Up in Essex

Essex County Freeholder Brendan Gill got some high-octane help last Tuesday. Gill, a district-based freeholder who is seeking to move up to a higher profile at-large seat, held a fundraiser at the Montclair home of Tracy Higgins and Jim Lightner that was attended by Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, a potential 2017 Democratic candidate for governor.

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Renovations Coming to Essex County Senior Building

Comprehensive facelift includes new roof, windows and doors, wall and floor coverings, lighting, furniture, landscaping at the entrance to the park and exterior painting. The upgrades were designed in-house by the Essex County Department of Public Works, which will also monitor the project to answer questions and avoid delays. Daskal Construction of Wallington, NJ, was awarded a publicly bid contract for $354,972 to perform the construction. The upgrades were funded through the Essex County Capital Budget.

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Booker Files 16,000 Petition Signatures

Essex County Freeholder Brendan Gill, the campaign manager for U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), just pulled up in front of 225 West State Street and announced that Booker will be filing to run for re-election with around 16,000 petition signatures.

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