Federal judge puts Lewis back on New Jersey Senate ballot

    A day after the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled primary ballots could be mailed without Carl Lewis’ name on them, a federal appeals judge has ruled otherwise. How’s that whiplash feel?

    The state supreme court yesterday upheld previous decisions that the ballots could go out without Lewis’ name, since state and federal courts found the Olympic medalist does not meet the residency requirements to run for Senate.


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