N.J. POLITICS ROUNDUP
A collection of domestic news from a Statehouse and around New Jersey
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie pronounced during a outing to Arkansas this week that he doesn’t consider Southern electorate would bashful divided from voting for a northern Republican if he ran for boss in 2016.
Meanwhile, a new check shows electorate in Iowa — a pivotal presidential state — preference him for a subsequent GOP assignment for a White House, though only if Mitt Romney doesn’t run.
CHRISTIE SOUNDS OFF IN SEA BRIGHT
Christie visited Sea Bright to announce an $8.5 million plan to correct and enhance a Jersey Shore borough’s seawall nearly dual years after Hurricane Sandy.
During a news conference, a administrator sounded off on a few topics. He pronounced he is disposition opposite renewing in New Jersey’s controversial red light camera program.
And he railed opposite a magnitude on a Nov list seeking electorate either to approve a inherent amendment to assistance compensate for a state’s open space program.
IN OTHER NEWS …
• Patrick E. Hobbs, a longtime vanguard of Seton Hall University’s law school, is stepping down during a finish of a year, though he is remaining a Christie adviser.
• Tracy Zur, a Democratic freeholder in Bergen County, has asked New Jersey’s tip law coercion officer to examine either a inhabitant regressive advocacy organisation pennyless debate financial laws in sequence to give donations above a authorised extent to a 2010 debate of county’s Republican executive, Kathleen Donovan.