Friday, November 02, 2007

The Solid Democratic South (Jersey, that is)

In just a few days, Democrats have the opportunity to take several South Jersey state senate seats and perhaps even some Assembly seats. From Jeff Van Drew (district 1) to Rich Dennison (district 7) to Jim Whelan (district 2) to Fran Bodine (district 8), Democrats have the opportunity to have a unified voice in the state senate, thus increasing the influence of South Jersey overall in the New Jersey legislature. Trenton can't ignore South Jersey concerns if a unified bloc of legislators are there to promote them, and it looks like the results of this Tuesday's election will allow a newly-solidified Democratic majority to arise in South Jersey.


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