PolitickerNJ Predicts Chris Daggett Will Be the Next Governor

Over at PolitickerNJ, Murray Sabrin answers the question Chris Daggett: the next governor?. The answer You Betcha.

Murray says “As the last week unfolds, Daggett will surge in the polls and will be elected the next governor of New Jersey next Tuesday”.

Chris Daggett will win the governorship on Election Day because the electorate is fed up with the fiscal irresponsibility of the political elites who have governed New Jersey to the brink of bankruptcy.

According to the latest SurveyUSA and Rutgers Eagleton polls, independent gubernatorial candidate Chris Daggett has the support of 19% and 20% of the electorate, respectively, while both Corzine and Christie are polling around 40% each.

In short, Chris Daggett in striking distance of leapfrogging the two establishment candidates with his (flawed) plan to “take on the special interests in Trenton.”  Daggett’s plan to reduce property taxes by 25% is music to the ears of voters who are tired of paying higher taxes every year.

Both the Corzine and Christie camps have been doing their best-unintentionally of course–to bring out the anti-Corzine and anti-Christie voters, because both campaigns have saturated the airwaves with negative ads.

Voters who are anti-Corzine have three options:  voting for Christie, staying home or voting for Daggett.  By the same token, the anti-Christie voters also have three options:  voting for Corzine, staying home or voting for Daggett.

At this stage of the campaign, the anti-Corzine and anti-Christie voters are up for grabs.  And with Daggett’s poll numbers showing that he can win, a vote for Daggett is no longer considered a “wasted” vote.

Enough anti-establishment voters will come out on Election Day to register their disgust, frustration, and anger with the Democrats and Republicans who are responsible for the fiscal mess in Trenton, and Daggett will squeak out a victory that will send shock waves throughout the nation.

Chris Daggett will win the governorship on Election Day because the electorate is fed up with the fiscal irresponsibility of the political elites who have governed New Jersey to the brink of bankruptcy.  For several decades the politics of redistributing income from the suburbs to the cities could be tolerated because the economy was in relatively good shape.  No more.  The Great Recession of this decade has taken its toll.

State and local government spending have to be reduced no matter who is elected governor, but voters have been realizing more and more that neither Corzine nor Christie will do what is necessary to put the state budget on a sound footing.

Lower income tax rates and regulatory reform also have to be a high priority as well for the next governor.  New Jersey will not see private sector job growth-the engine of job creation and prosperity–if the current income tax system and overbearing regulatory structure remain in place.

So with just one week before the November 3rd election, Governor Corzine and Republican challenger Chris Christie have been unable to “close the deal,” opening the door for Chris Daggett to become the next governor of New Jersey.

As the last week unfolds, Daggett will surge in the polls and will be elected the next governor of New Jersey next Tuesday.

Chris Daggett Hurting Corzine more than Chris Christie

The public policy polling preview has issued a statement on its blog ahead of its poll release saying that Independent Candidate for Governor Chris Daggett is now hurting Incumbent Democrat Jon Corzine more than Republican challenger Chris Christie. It was long predict that if Daggett polled higher than 15% he would be draining more votes from Corzine than Christie.

The news is very favorable to Chris Daggett who is finding it hard to win over republican voter’s who are afraid to vote for Chris Daggett because of the GOP attack campaign that has spread the rumor that a vote for Chris Daggett is a vote for Jon Corzine.

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PolitickerNJ A vote for Daggett is a Vote For Daggett

Over on PolitickerNJ, Richard J Larossa is setting the record straight on the recent scare tactics being used in an attempt to scared voters from voting for the Independent Candidate for Governor Chris Daggett.

Well in a resounding an endorsement for Chris Daggett, Richard tells readers, a Vote for Daggett is a Vote For Daggett

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Voter Sentiment Strong For Daggett, Bad for Christie and Corzine

The folks over at Sentimatrix have created an Artificial Intelligence Data mining algorithm that harvests all of the echos across the blogosphere it all of its Web 2.0 social media sprouts. And Chris Daggett is the only candidate in the NJ Gubernatorial Race that voters have positive sentiment for.

The complex algorithm then calculates how voters are feeling toward the top three candidates for Governor Independent Candidate Chris Dagget, Republican challenger Christopher Christie and Incumbent Democratic Governor Jon Corzine.

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Vineland Daily Journal Flips Endorsement and Endorses Daggett

After releasing an endorsement for Corzine on Friday, the Vineland Daily Journal flips its endorsement and endorses Independent Candidate For Governor Chris Daggett.

The headline ‘Business as usual’ is just unacceptable.

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Asbury Park Press Gives Negative Endorsement of Christie

If you have read the NY Times of the Philadelphia Inquirer endorsement of Jon Corzine you have seen the negative, anything but the other guy endorsement.

But just when you think an newspaper endorsement can’t be any more less supportive of their candidate, today the Asbury Park Press endorsed Chris Christie with an endorsement even worse then the Times and Inquirer endorsments.

Christie has run a disappointing campaign. He has made himself vulnerable on a number of ethics-related issues. He has provided no specific plan for property tax relief. He says he will balance the budget with a projected $8 billion to $10 billion deficit next year while reducing income taxes, corporate taxes and estate taxes. We’re highly skeptical of his ability to do so.

Christie has run a poor campaign. He has failed to tap into the deep dissatisfaction with New Jersey’s sky-high property taxes by offering a coherent plan to address the problem. Voters are disenchanted with Corzine and Christie. But that shouldn’t obscure the sharp philosophical differences between the two. Daggett says Democrats and Republicans alike are responsible for the state’s troubles. There is some truth to that. But for the past eight years, the blame rests squarely with the Democrats.

Instead of telling us why we should vote for Christie, the majority of the endorsement focuses on why we shouldn’t vote for Corzine. Well if you live in NJ then you already new that, we don’t need newspaper to tell us that.

Daggett still wins the newspaper endorsement count, with NJ newspapers Daggett 16, Christie 3 and Corzine 1.

Further, the newspapers endorsing Christie and Corzine give us nothing more than our candidate sucks but the other guy is worse.

The endorsement even cites a review of Daggett’s tax plan by a republican politician, totally ignoring the Associated Press independent economists review of the candidates tax plans that says Daggett’s plan is the best and contradicts the statements in the Asbury Park Press endorsement.

Some one should also tell them that by creating a huge budget deficit, Christie will be forced to raise taxes.

In typical GOP fashion, the endorsement continues to spread the fear mongering a vote for Daggett is a vote for Corzine and the GOP lies that Daggett’s plan will raise taxes. I am surprised they didn’t come right out a call Chris Daggett a racist like 101.5 fm.

Vote Daggett!! Say no more to politics as usual. Break the Cycle.

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NJ Governor Candidates Newspaper Endorsements

Newspaper Endosement UPDATE: To see new NJ Governor newspapers endorsements go to the bottom of this post.

NJ newspapers endorsements by candidate Jon Corzine 1, Chris Christie 2 and Chris Daggett 16.

Pledge Your Vote For Chris Daggett

All of these endorsements are just another reason to pledge your vote for Chris Daggett. The premise is simple, if enough people make the pledge then you pledge you’ll vote for Daggett. Let’s just call it insurance that if you vote for Daggett its not a wasted vote.

It may be hard to ignore the negative advertisements, especially the ones with lies and distortions of the truth. But when you have 16 NJ newspapers endorsing Daggett, compared to one for Corzine and two for Christie, that should tell voters something.

Below is a complete List of newspaper endorsements for candidates in the NJ Governor Race.

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