We asked, 'For cash, can you name who's running for N.J. governor?' They certainly tried.

WESTFIELD — It is the most constitutionally powerful governorship in the nation. From a single office, one person can appoint literally thousands of trusted allies to plum political gigs, construe how laws should be implemented and even shut down whole sectors of the state economy to get their way, should they so desire.

You’d think that would count for something among New Jersey voters.

But you’d be wrong.

The battle for governor between Republican Kim Guadagno and Democrat Phil Murphy, who are hoping to replace Gov. Chris Christie, hasn’t exactly caught fire with …read more

Source: NJ.com Union

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