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Frisby claims Mercer freeholder board "retaliation" over potential LD 15 Assembly bid

TRENTON – Mercer County Freeholder Samuel T. Frisby asserted that his possible denial of the leadership of the Mercer freeholder board is “retaliation” for his potential run for a 15th Legislative District Assembly seat. 376 more words

Muoio confirms speculation, declares candidacy in LD15

TRENTON — Confirming weeks of speculation, Elizabeth Maher Muoio today announced her intention to run for the state Assembly in Central Jersey’s 15th legislative district, after a seat soon to be vacated by U.S. 588 more words

Former Trenton mayor throws his support behind Frisby in blossoming LD15 contest

TRENTON – A former mayor and longtime institution of the state’s capital city this morning offered his own favorite in a budding contest to replace outgoing U.S. 519 more words

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Jackson wants Frisby to run in LD15, but Muoio also a 'great' candidate

TRENTON – Having just finished handing out frozen turkeys to at-risk families in the auditorium here at Parker Elementary School, Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson turned his attention to LD15’s fast-coalescing assembly race, where chatter over who will replace outgoing U.S. 618 more words

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Hughes: Muoio would win LD15 special convention

TRENTON – Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes today reiterated his support for Mercer County Democratic Chair Liz Muoio in a potential bid for LD15’s assembly seat, arguing that she’s got the backing — and experience — to sweep a… 603 more words

Gusciora on potential LD15 dogfight: 'Nothing should be easy'

TRENTON – Assemblyman Reed Gusciora (D-15) today welcomed a heated contest in Mercer County’s upcoming special convention to replace outgoing U.S. Rep.-elect Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-12), as well as possible Democratic primary dogfights in November of next year — but downplayed the notion that Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson and Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes are as deep in disagreement over who should fill the seat as… 780 more words

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