N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP
A collection of domestic news from a Statehouse and around New Jersey
BOULDER, Colo. — A new inhabitant check shows Ben Carson has taken over a lead in a competition for a 2015 Republican presidential assignment from Donald Trump — a initial time in 3 months Trump hasn’t led a national survey.
3RD GOP DEBATE ARRIVES
Trump and Christie will take partial in a third Republican presidential plead Wednesday night at a Coors Event Center in Boulder, Colo.
Experts contend Trump’s remarkable second-place station in some polls could change a energetic of a event.
Here is a demeanour during any candidate heading into a debate.
And here are 10 things to watch for during a event.
Meanwhile, Christie suggested during a radio talk Tuesday that Trump’s success in a competition is some-more due to his luminary than his acumen.
But former heavyweight fighting champion Mike Tyson permitted Trump.
And one of Christie’s opposition got an endorsement in a governor’s backyard.
OBAMA TO VISIT NEWARK
President Obama is scheduled to visit Newark on Monday to plead rapist probity issues.
CHRISTIE BASHED FOR ‘BLACK LIVES MATTER’ COMMENTS
Christie’s new comments that a Black Lives Matter transformation is “calling for the murder of military officers” drew glow from a New Jersey chapters of a NAACP and ACLU.
Meanwhile, The Star-Ledger’s editorial house writes that a governor’s remarks distorted a movement.
O’REILLY DEFENDS CHRISTIE
Fox News horde Bill O’Reilly lashed out during a media for a coverage of Christie being kicked out of an Amtak still car.
CHRISTIE PICKS NEW TREASURER
Christie announced he will commission Ford M. Scudder, an executive for an mercantile investigate organisation founded by an confidant to President Reagan, to become New Jersey’s next state treasurer.
OBAMA WELCOMES U.S. WOMEN’S SOCCER TEAM
Obama welcomed New Jersey local Carli Lloyd and a World Cup champion U.S. women’s soccer team to a White House.
EDITORIAL: CHRISTIE AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Star-Ledger’s editorial house writes that Christie’s new comments observant he’d fix the U.S.’s affordable housing is hypocritical.
IN OTHER NEWS …
• A new check shows most New Jersey residents don’t know there’s an choosing subsequent Tuesday.
• Christie office has reportedly asked Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli when he plans to step down.
• The state is fluctuating a deadline for New Jersey residents to request for Homestead Benefit skill taxation rebates.
• Christie signed into law a anathema on unsolicited advertisements sent by content in New Jersey.
• The quarter-million New Jersey residents who buy their health word by a sovereign sell will continue to have a far-reaching preference of plans.
• The U.S. House of Representatives authorized a three-year prolongation of a deadline for installing involuntary speed control systems that could have preventedthe deadly derailment of an Amtrak train in May.