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Topic - Steven Goldstein
In New Jersey, where Mr. Christie is expected to seek a second four-year term amid speculation he may run for president in 2016, there are parallel tracks, Mr. Goldstein said.
In New Jersey, for instance, "we're full-steam ahead" in the drive to override GOP Gov. Chris Christie's February 2012 veto of a gay-marriage law, said Steven Goldstein, chairman of Garden State Equality.