Lawmaker who called his opponent the b-word now must debate her face to face

OGDENSBURG — The N.J. state lawmaker criticized for using a vulgar term to describe his opponent is scheduled to appear with her Tuesday night at a candidates’ forum.

Assemblyman Parker Space, R-24th District, and Kate Matteson each will be given six minutes for opening statements, two minutes for rebuttals and time to respond to audience questions.

Space and his running mate, former state Labor Commissioner Hal Wirths, are running for two Assembly seats against Matteson and Gina Trish, the two Democratic candidates, as well as Green Party candidates Aaron Hyndman and Kenneth Collins.

All except Collins are scheduled to appear …read more

Source: NJ.com Morris

(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today)

Popular Posts