Now that Carl Lewis is, in fact, out of a New Jersey state senate race in Burlington County, what are Democrats going to do? Party leaders are spending the weekend considering their options.
The nine-time Olympic gold medalist said he would still be involved in Democratic campaigns and charity work. “Service does not need a title,” he said.
Chris discusses Carl Lewis being kicked of the ballot for New Jersey State Senate again. He talks to John Hayward from Human Events about last night’s Republican Debate, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about the Phillies slump and the Eagles-Giants game this Sunday and Florence Henderson about playing Carol Brady and her new book, Life is Not a Game.
A federal appeals panel took nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis off a New Jersey state Senate ballot Thursday, finding he does not meet the state’s four-year residency requirement after all.
Chris discusses President Obama’s speech at the United Nations, the status of Michael Vick’s concussion and the story of 91-year-old fan that was run over at a Phillies game. He also talks to Beth Behrs, star of the new sitcom, Two Broke Girls.
Chris examines the end of the PLCB’s wine kiosk program, fact checks if secretaries really pay more taxes than billionaires and talks to Phillies Play-by-Play TV Announcer Tom McCarthy about the state of the team heading into the playoffs.
A federal judicial panel is considering whether to reverse a ruling it made a week ago to declare nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis eligible to run for state Senate in New Jersey.
Chris talks to former Vice-President Dick Cheney about his new book, In My Time. He also talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about winning their 5th straight division.
Chris talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday about unemployment and inflation. He talks to New Jersey State Senate Candidate and Olympic Medalist Carl Lewis about the controversey surrounding his campaign and to CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about Michael Vick’s return to Atlanta.
Now the winner in two court battles over his entry in the New Jersey state senate race, Lewis says he is ready to put all the court proceedings behind him and focus on the November election.
Chris talks to PBS Host Jim Lehrer about his new book Tension City, Seth Everett on the Phillies series in Houston, CBS 3’s Ben Simoneau on the Catholic Teachers Strike and FOX News Legal Analyst Lis Wiehl on the latest ruling against Obamacare.
Nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis was ordered back on the ballot in a New Jersey state Senate election by a federal appeals court Tuesday in possibly the final word in a court drama over whether the celebrity political newcomer would meet a four-year residency requirement for state senators.
Lewis has been barred from the ballot in New Jersey because the state says he doesn’t meet the four-year residency requirement for Senate.
A federal judge has affirmed that the nine-time Olympic gold medalist failed to meet the state’s four-year residency requirement. Attorneys for Lewis say they will appeal.
The question over whether Lewis meets a four-year residency requirement lingers, at least for Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno.