Gov. Corzine Spent $25.3M Of His Own Money On Re-election Bid, Enough To Pay For His Hometown’s Property Taxes

corzine with wesibergNew Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine spent $25.3 million of his own money on his unsuccessful re-election bid. A state Election Law Enforcement Commission report released today shows the recent campaign cost Corzine more $27 million. Republican Chris Christie won even though he spent far less, $11.4 million. Nearly all his expenditures came under the limit of $10.9 million for candidates who accept public financing. The dats show Corzine spent $131 million during his political career on his own¬†campaigns. That’s¬†enough to pay property taxes for everyone in Corzine’s hometown of Hoboken and still have some money left over.

Corzine ran successfully for U.S. Senate in 2000 and governor in 2005. AP

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  1. why are the lakewood rabbonim up in arms and protesting first now about toeva marriage. this protest should have been done monthes ago during election when everyone was pushing to vote for corzine?

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