The question over whether Lewis meets a four-year residency requirement lingers, at least for Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno.
Two of New Jersey’s best-known candidates sailed to victory unopposed in Tuesday’s primary election, while two of the Legislature’s most entrenched Democrats were in a fight for their political lives.
Chris talks to Rita Cosby about her book, Quiet Hero, NJ State Senate Dawn Addiego about Carl Lewis’ disputed campaign and Political Strategist Larry Ceisler about the ramifications of Tuesday’s primary results.
Chris reviews the media coverage from yesterday’s interview with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, debates proponents of more spending on rail lines and talks to Steve Forde, Policy and Communications Director for the Marcellus Shale Coalition.
Chris breaks down Carl Lewis’ latest court victory and the controversy now surrounding the President’s decision not to release the photo of a dead Osama bin Laden. He talks to Steve Butler about commodities and jobs for Finance Friday and Beasley Reece about tonight’s Flyers-Bruins game and the Phillies-Braves series this weekend.
Meanwhile, the US Third Circuit Court of Appeals wants the Camden federal judge who heard this matter last week to consider the effect on Lewis’ candidacy of a state-mandated, four-year residency requirement, and to decide whether it runs afoul of the US Constitution.
Chris examines the President’s decisions not publish a death photo of Osama bin Laden, his speech later today at Ground Zero, a four day school week and Fire Commissioners Lloyd Ayers reading habits.
A three-judge federal appeals panel in Philadelphia is now considering whether to put former Olympic runner Carl Lewis back on the New Jersey primary ballot for State Senate even as the question of his legal residency is debated in court.
Olympic runner Carl Lewis is running out of legal options to get back on the ballot for a Burlington County seat in the New Jersey State Senate.
Former Olympian Carl Lewis has lost round one in his legal battle to get back on the New Jersey primary ballot as a state senate candidate in Burlington County.
Chris talks to Kathryn Klaber, head of the Marcellus Shale Coalition, Dom Giordano on Mumia Abu Jamal’s latest court victory and PA State House Majority Leader Mike Turzai about privitizing state liquor stores.
New Jersey’s top election official has ruled that nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis fails to meet the four-year state residency requirement to run for elected office.
Chris examines President Obama’s 2012 election campaign and questions the clarity of his foreign policy agenda. He talks to Fox News Contributor Lis Wiehl about her new book, the NFL lockout and Piers Morgans non-existent ratings. Also, he talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel and, for the first time, Mayor Michael Nutter.
Looks like Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis will have to wait until next week for final word on whether he will be on the June primary ballot in his bid for a New Jersey state senate seat.
A judge says nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis should be allowed to continue his bid for the New Jersey Senate because Republicans have failed to prove he doesn’t live in the state.