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  • Guadagno, who keeps a picture of herself with Zimmer in her office, said Zimmer talked only about Hoboken, "did not know how to compromise, complained about everything."

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  • Secretary of State Kim Guadagno, a Republican, said the former track star doesn't meet New Jersey's four-year residency requirement to run.

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