Rate the State: Public forum looks at state of N.J. politics

    Education reform, redistricting and public employee benefits — they’ve all been hot topics in New Jersey this year, and they’ve helped put the Garden State’s politicians in the spotlight, for better or worse.

    Thursday, WHYY’s Audio News Director Eugene Sonn will moderate a debate that looks at just that: the ups and downs of New Jersey’s political leaders.
    Rate the State: A New Jersey Political Mid-Term Review starts at noon at the Princeton Public Library, and will feature opposing political bloggers Jay Lassiter of Blue Jersey and Brian McGovern of Save Jersey (you can hear more from both them on the Oct. 21 archived broadcast of Radio Times).

    The forum is free, but registration is required.

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