This week Corzine’s drawing Democratic star power to try to boost his numbers.
New Jersey voters head to the polls on November 3rd. Governor Jon Corzine is in a tense race, facing a challenge from Republican challenger Chris Christie and independent Chris Daggett. This week Corzine’s drawing Democratic star power to try to boost his numbers. On Monday Vice President Joe Biden stumped for the Governor, and Tuesday a former President made his way to the stage in Collingswood.
President Bill Clinton implored the crowd to do something he said the Governor can’t do on his own in debates or television ads – give voters the space to vent their frustrations, and consider the candidates.
Clinton: If these were the real choices in normal times, this would be a run away election for the Governor, wouldn’t it? The only reason it’s not a runaway election is, people are hurting. So if he did something good, they figured he got a paycheck every two weeks and that’s more than a lot of them got, right? They’re hurting and they figure how could it be worse?
The three candidates for governor will face off in a debate on Thursday.