Post-Christie maneuvering in NJ
The jostling continues to see who will be governor when Chris Christie leaves office, either to run for president or at the end of his term.
Senate President Steve Sweeney has pushed himself to the top of the potential Democratic field, gaining exposure with a slew of events well outside of his legislative district.
Meanwhile, one of his main rivals is refusing to talk about his interest.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop said addressing any speculation is a lose-lose situation.
If he says he wants to run, it does a disservice to the city. If he says he is not running, nobody will believe him.
However, behind the scenes, he's increasingly active around the state.