Local news blogging: NJ Election Day

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On this election day a stiff tie in the polls for Governor of New Jersey is happening between Democrat incumbent Jon Corzine and Republican challenger Chris Christie.

New Jersey bloggers comment:

BLOGS ON CHRISTIE

In The Lobby: Why haven’t state’s newspapers followed robocall story?

Politics Patrol: GOP asks ELEC to probe robocalls.

“A letter from the Christie campaign’s law firm said, “It has just recently come to our attention that the New Jersey State Democratic Committee has made ‘in kind contributions’ to the independent gubernatorial candidate, Christopher Daggett. These robocalls commenced yesterday and are continuing …” The letter says unless the calls are done with the cooperation of Daggett they are against the law.”

In The Lobby: Why haven’t state’s newspapers followed robocall story?

Dan Cirucci: Christie comments at the polls.

Blue Jersey: Christie faces possible copyright suit from Monte Python.

Save Jersey: Christie-Guandagno Election Day Schedule.

Daily Record: Christie kids still go to school on Election Day.

BLOGS ON CORZINE

ACORN Seeks to Steal Today’s Election for Corzine

Hoboken Now: Corzine casts vote at Hoboken Elks Club.

Boyonne: Corzine greets supporters at the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers Local #28.

Blue Jersey: Voting for (and peeing on) Gov. Corzine.

PolitickerNJ: U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez campaign for Corzine ties Christie to Bush.

Save Jersey: Christie is reasserting his socially conservative beliefs as a re-energized New Jersey Republican base charges to the polls.

Save Jersey: Voices from Christie’s campaign trail.

DAGGETT

PolitickerNJ: Daggett refuses to give up.

OTHER:

Save Jersey: Can this state be saved?

“The ONLY way this state can be saved is getting out TODAY AND VOTING for the BEST candidate in the field. Chris Christie. Even Michael Illions is fighting to send Corzine back to NYC!”

Politics 24/7: Projecting a conservative sweep.

Save Jersey: Shout-Out on CBS News.

Daily Record: Excitement in Mendham Township.

PolitickerNJ: In Christie’s base, Morris Dems focus on local maters.

Blue Jersey: Senator Menendez on Daily Show discusses NJ elections.

Hoboken411: The voting circus has begun.

Quote of the Day:

“The ONLY way this state can be saved is getting out TODAY AND VOTING for the BEST candidate in the field. Chris Christie. Even Michael Illions is fighting to send Corzine back to NYC!”

-Save Jersey

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