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N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP

A collection of domestic news from a Statehouse and around New Jersey

TRENTON — Democrats picked adult during slightest 3 seats in a state Assembly in Tuesday’s elections, fluctuating their control of a reduce house of a New Jersey Legislature. 

The party won dual seats in an dissapoint in the 11th District and another in the 1st District. 

Meanwhile, experts approaching a turnout to be a record low. 

Here is a demeanour during where a record volume of fundraising income went in a races. 

Here is a demeanour during election results opposite a state.

And watch New Jersey politicos and reporters will discuss a choosing Wednesday morning.

CHRISTIE DISCUSSES GUN CONTROL OVERRIDE

While voting, Gov. Chris Christie told a Assembly not to “play politics” on an attempted overrule of his halt on a gun control bill. (See photos above.)

CHRISTIE IN NEW 2016 POLL

A majority of Republican primary electorate pronounced they couldn’t see themselves supporting Christie for president in a new check that still showed his position strengthening.

TRUMP BOOK SIGNING

Republican presidential claimant Donald Trump hold a signing in Manhattan for his new book.

CHRISTIE SLAMS SWEENEY

During his radio uncover Monday, Christie slammed state Senate President Stephen Sweeney for observant a administrator has finished a bad job leading Hurricane Sandy recovery.

Meanwhile, The Star-Ledger’s editorial house wonders if Christie can salvage Sandy recovery.

Christie continued to criticize a New Jersey pollster.

And he pronounced anticipation sports should not be regulated.

POLICE UNION CRITICIZES CHRISTIE

A day after Christie announced he was environment aside Thursday to respect military officers, a conduct of a state’s military union rejected a gesture.

NJ Advance Media staff writers Matt Arco, Claude Brodesser-Akner, Susan K. Livio, Samantha Marcus, Alex NapolielloJonathan D. Salant, and S.P. Sullivan contributed to this report.

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