AM 1600 WWRL Discusses Chris Christie’s Mob Ties

Just one more reason to say no to Chris Christie

The Chris Christie’s Mob Ties are discussed on AM 1600WL with Gangland journalist Jerry Capeci as he explains the NJ candidate’s wiseguy connection.

Click the link below to download listen to the podcast of the episode discussing Christopher Christie’s ties to the mafia

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PolitickerNJ.com Poll: Who will win the election

PolickerNJ.com is the number one source of election news in NJ. If you don’t have an account on PolitickerNJ.com create one and let the voice of Daggett supporters be heard.

The sign in and cast your vote for you think will who do you think will win NJ Governor Election.

Daggett Wins Big on Ethics while Corzine and Christie Self Destruct

Over at CQ Politics on Replaying the Ethics Card in New Jersey Emily Cadei, CQ-Roll Call point out that Chris Daggett is winning big on the ethics scorecard

The renewed focus on good government stems from a series of revelations raising questions about the propriety of the political operations of both major party nominees for governor: Democratic incumbent Jon Corzine and Republican challenger Chris Christie.

The report goes onto state that Chris Daggett’s recent surge in the polls is due to a steady stream of corruption and ethics scandals hitting news and also pointed out that Daggett stung both Corzine and Christie on engaging in a form of corruption known as pay to play.

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Economists: Daggett Tax Plan is Best

UPDATE The Chris Daggett Tax Plan Does Not Raise Taxes. Click Here to Read The Truth

The associated press had three economists review the tax plan of each of the NJ Gubernatorial Candidates. They found strengths and weaknesses in the tax plans from Independent Chris Daggett, Incumbent Democrat Gov. Jon Corzine, and Republican Chris Christie.

The three economists agree Daggett’s plan is the best course of action for easing NJ’s financial woes.

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APP poll who do you think will win NJ Governor Election

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Political Analysts: Daggett can win election with 25% in the polls

Mark Blumenthal over at the National Journal Polling site points out that Chris Daggett can win.

He finished the articles stating that voters should feel comfortable that there vote is not a wasted vote if Daggett breaks 25% in the polls. As the Washington Post has reported at 20% Path Exists For Daggett to Win Race. For those who haven’t heard, Daggett has already passed 20% in latest polls.

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Sleazy GOP Lies from 101.5 FM – Daggett doesn’t like black people

It is just beyond my comprehension what the GOP doesn’t get about the fact that the sleazy campaigns based on negative attacks and misinformation is not going to win elections. Its the issues stupid! Haven’t they learned that from the McCain and Palin campaign?

Someone should send them that memo, because NJ’s most listened to Radio Station NJ  101.5 FM has become a mouthpiece for the GOP lately spitting out every piece of misinformation about Chris Daggett that they can dream up. It’s particularly shocking because over the last 4 or more years the station has gained a lot of respect among voters for its constant coverage and pressure on corrupt politicians in Trenton gaining a reputation as a true advocate for the citizens of NJ.

But today, the Republican Party and 101.5 FM has sunk to an all time low making up a lie live on air that Independent Candidate for Governor Chris Daggett doesn’t like black people. This has to be one of most sleazy kind of lie and character attack to falsely claim that Chris Daggett is a racist.

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Washington Post: At 20% Path Exists For Daggett to Win Race

UPDATE MUST READ: Political Analysts: Daggett can win election with 25% in the polls

Just Read It over on the “The Live Fix” on the Washington Post.

Chris Cillizza
Washington Post Staff Writer
Friday, October 23, 2009; 11:00 AM

I still don’t think Daggett can win the race outright but if he really is at 20 percent today, then a path may well exist.

Why can Daggett win, well according to this news on the Asbury Park Press…

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NJ Newspapers Rescind Christie Endorsement and Endorse Daggett

Chris Daggett announced that the Recorder Newspapers have published a strong endorsement of Chris Daggett for Governor.

The newspapers had previously endorsed Christie during the republican primary.  They rescinded their endorsement in part because Christie has failed to offer much greater detail on how he would deal with the state’s fiscal issues.

The also echoed the Star Ledger Endorsement of Chris Daggett calling NJ a “corrupt crew” of a “pirate ship” and saying that it would take an independent like Chris Daggett who does not have to bow to special interests and interests of a political party to fix the mess.


The Recorder Newspapers included  the following newspapers around the state including:  The Bernardsville News, Cedar Grove/Verona Observers, Chatham Courier, The Citizen, Echoes-Sentinel, Florham Park Eagle, Hanover Eagle, Hunterdon Review, Madison Eagle, Morris NewsBee, Mt. Olive Chronicle, Observer-Tribune, The Progress, and The Randolph Reporter.

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Daggett Demands Investigation of BILLIONS Missing From NJ School Construction Fund

In the 3rd Gubernatorial Debate Chris Daggett Nailed Christie and Corzine for Corruption

Daggett went on to call for an investigation into over $6 Billion dollars that is missing from the NJ Schools Construction Fund. Governor Corzine responded that he has already put all the proper controls and regulations in place, but that doesn’t answer the question of where billions of dollars went.

Christie replied that if he is elected governor he would open an investigation. But my question to Christie was the US Attorney General while all of this was happening and Corzine was Governor. Why wait until becoming governor to launch an investigation into billions of dollars missing? And Governor Corzine why haven’t you launched an investigation?

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