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And no numbers for LoBiondo, Smith or Frelinghuysen?


new Jersey always tells pollsters how much it hates its politicians and wants a change. The state stays surprisingly close for months and months, suckering in Republican dollars and attention. Then when it gets down to the last few months and people actually look at the alternatives, they realize oh yeah, Republicans suck and the Democrat in the race gets a massive surge. This time will be no different; Republicans will drop millions on the Senate race, then lose handily, by more than the polls ever said.


Anonymous,Dont really see either of those 3 running for Senate. Why give up a safe house seat to run for a Senate seat you dont have a good chance of winning? Someone from the state legislature will probably step up though.


But would be not bad have LoBiondo, Smith or Frelinghuysen in the poll. For see...At this point no-one is running against Menendez.

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