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Who has R back?

When delving into political waters here, I've been careful not to specifically endorse or oppose candidates or issues (with the exception of the cowardly South Plainfield Assemblyman Patrick Diegnan, the Higher Ed chair who become an avowed enemy of the Rutgers community with his blackmail of Pres. McCormick last year).

The New Jersey Governor's race is looking competitive this year, with polls showing a lot of dissatisfaction towards Gov. Corzine. The stakes are higher in tomorrow's Republican primary than usual, and any Rutgers-minded voters in that primary should at least be familiar with where Chris Christie and Steve Lonegan stand on this issue. It was covered in the May 19th primary debate, so any interested primary voters might want to read the transcript of that question before going out to the polls and deciding tomorrow.