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Today’s Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Former N.J. Gov Jon Corzine’s pay package is $5M-plus, Scozzafava may face primary challenge, Tea Party rally draws more than 400 in Old Town.

  • NJ.com: Former N.J. Gov Jon Corzine’s pay package is $5M-plus

Former New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine could make as much as $5 million in salary and bonus from his job as chief execitive at MF Global Holdings, according to a report on Philly.com.

Blankenbush said he collected signatures on Scozzafava’s petitions when she ran for the House of Representatives. But he’s ticked off that she endorsed Owens and appeared on stage with Vice President Joe Biden at an Owens rally in Watertown.
Bangor Daily News:  Tea Party rally draws more than 400 in Old Town
OLD TOWN, Maine — Seven months ago Gene Goodine invited eight people to his home in LaGrange to talk about the “progressive direction” the nation appeared to be taking. On Saturday, more than 400 people concerned about that trend turned out for a meeting at the Herbert Sargent Community Center on Bennoch Road.

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