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Eagleton Panelists Mull New Jersey Primary Implications
ATTENTION POLITICAL, ASSIGNMENT EDITORS, if you plan to attend this free public event with limited seating, call Steve Manas, Office of Media Relations, at 732-932-7084, ext. 612.
|WHAT:||“The Morning After,” Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute of Politics’ review of the day before, when New Jerseyans made their way to the polls to vote in the state’s primary election and Wisconsin’s voters decided the fate of embattled Republican Gov. Scott Walker.|
|WHO:||Panelists Steve Kornacki, MSNBC political analyst; Charles Stile, political columnist, The Record of Bergen County; Candace Straight, co-chair, Republican Majority for Choice; board member, Montpelier Holdings, Neuberger Fund and others; Rick Thigpen, vice president for state governmental affairs, PSEG; former New Jersey Democratic Committee director; former district director of the late U.S. Rep. Donald Payne. Moderator: John Weingart, associate director, Eagleton Institute of Politics.|
|WHEN:||9:30 a.m. (9 a.m. for light refreshments), Wednesday June 6|
Wood Lawn, 191 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick. Seating is limited at this free public event. RSVP to 732-932-9384, ext. 331, or click here.
|BACKGROUND:||You don’t have to be a political junkie to know who will top the Democratic and Republican tickets in the fall’s presidential election, but beyond that, who knows? Why does it matter? Eagleton’s panelists will discuss and interpret the results of New Jersey’s June 5 primary, as well as describe the significance of other key races along the road to November’s general election, including the Wisconsin recall.|
Media Contact: Steve Manas
732-932-7084, ext. 612