Booker said he was humbled by the endorsement. If elected in a special election Oct. 16, “I will go to the Senate to advance our shared vision of a nation where opportunity is available to anyone willing to work for it,” he said. Booker, now Newark’s mayor, faces former Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan. Lonegan, who stepped down this one as state director of the anti-tax group Americans for Prosperity to run for office, was endorsed Tuesday by Gov.
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sounds like someone who should be writing laws. He should fit right in with the rest of the GOP… August 21, 2013 05:34 pm at 5:34 pm | Jeff Brown in Jersey The right wing tried to impeach Bill Clinton on nonsense and the entire world watched as our dirty laundry was put out for all to see. These fools don’t care about the US. They just HATE “liberals” and people who aren’t wealthy donors.
Maine governor denies saying Obama ‘hates white people’
Tim Kaine (D-Va.) said he was deeply troubled by the ongoing violence in Egypt. I understand the complexities and depth of our relationship with Egypt, especially with regard to our assistance package, Kaine said in a statement. Today I am calling on the U.S. government to immediately cease all assistance to the Egyptian government as we conduct a thorough policy review. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) called the situation in Egypt disturbing. We should stop giving foreign aid to Egypt and its military unless the country moves toward an inclusive democratic system. American taxpayers should not contribute to a military that slaughters civilians in the street, Toomey said in a statement. Meanwhile, Rep. Steve Stockman (R-Texas) insisted that cutting off aid to Egypt would pose a threat to Israel, Saudi Arabia and other allies in the region.
Obama administration says aid to Egypt is under review, not on hold
I never heard anybody mention it.” LePage’s reported comment about Obama marks the latest in a string of off-color remarks by the first-term governor, who plans to run for re-election next year. Earlier this month, LePage joked that he wanted to blow up the headquarters of the Press Herald. According to the Sunlight Foundation , the paper’s majority owner is Donald Sussman, a billionaire manager of boutique hedge funds and a major political donor to Democratic super PACs in 2012, as well as other Democratic campaigns over the years. Sussman is married to Rep. Chellie Pingree, D-Maine.