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Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Assemblyman Green bombs on state, national picks

Assemblyman Jerry Green with his handpicked local team. The only one
to win a nomination was William Reid, who ran unopposed.

Pssst! Wanna stock tip?

I wouldn't suggest taking one from Plainfield Assemblyman Jerry Green.

Green's pick for U.S. Senate, Congressman Rob Andrews, bombed with 33.6% of the vote to incumbent (and longtime Plainfield friend) Sen. Frank Lautenberg, who took 60.5% of the vote. Morristown mayor Don Cresitello came in a distant third with a little over 5% of the vote.

This means the Assemblyman will have a ton of Rob Andrews signs to take down after his weekend blitz -- unless, of course, he expects the DPW crews to do his work for him.

On the national front, Barack Obama, clearly the peoples' choice, finally claimed the nomination after the last two statewide primaries in Montana and South Dakota and a rush of superdelegates pushed him over the 2,118 nomination line.

Green, an early Hillary supporter has achieved a perfect trifecta of losses.

My stock tip of the day?

Be very, very wary of any tips from the Assemblyman.

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-- Dan Damon

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Anonymous said...

Jerry Green's head must be spinning this morning.

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Anonymous said...

Well as you all know out there Jerry Green has always boasted that he is able to deliver Plainfileds vote for the Democratic Chairperson and Sen.Lesniack. I wonder how he is feeling this morning