Whether it's the New Jersey press corps or the national media, Gov. Chris Christie is getting barraged by non-stop questions about his 2016 presidential aspirations. The onslaught isn't likely to end until Christie makes a formal announcement. Meantime in the Garden State, there's speculation about state Sen. President Steve Sweeney's future.
Republican Gov. Chris Christie's landslide victory over Democratic State Sen. Barbara Buono didn't surprise many people, but this might - State Sen. President Steve Sweeney, a Democrat, admitted Christie was pretty much invincible.
Assembly GOP Leader Jon Bramnick feels that Governor Christie's landslide victory sends a clear message that the people of the Garden State like what Christie stands for, and if that's the case ,they must want the tax cut the governor's been asking for.
Despite state Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean Jr.'s bold forecast that Republicans would pick up enough seats to usher him in as the next Senate President, current president Steve Sweeney is savoring Democrats' strong showing in Tuesday's election.
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