Bloggers needed to spread the word: Ledger endorses Daggett‏

Bloggers Needed to Spread the Word

Chris Announcement

Newark, NJ October 11, 2009 – We’re very excited to announce that the Star Ledger, New Jersey’s largest newspaper, has formally announced their endorsement of Chris Daggett for Governor of New Jersey.

WE NEED BLOGGERS AND BLOG READERS LIKE YOU TO HELP SPREAD THE WORD.

In the Star Ledger’s endorsement the case is made that NJ’s two-party political system is broken and the resulting corruption has brought scandal and plight upon the state. The newspaper points out that neither the Republican candidate Christie or the Democratic candidate John Corzine can bring about change in NJ. The endorsement also sends a strong signal to voters that a vote for an independent is not a wasted vote.

This is a great vote of confidence for what the Daggett campaign stands for and a clear acknowledgment of what Chris has said from the beginning of his campaign.  Both parties have created the serious mess that New Jersey is in and neither one of them will do what is necessary to solve our problems.

Now we have some very clear Daggett Action Items:

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Independant Gubernatorial Candidate Chooses Running Mate

From the Star Ledger

Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Claire Heininger

Independent gubernatorial candidate Chris Daggett yesterday tapped a veteran educator as his running mate, and seized on last week’s political corruption arrests to call for a change from major party leadership.

Daggett named Frank J. Esposito, a professor and former administrator at Kean University in Union, as his lieutenant governor nominee.

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