President Obama Coming For Corzine A Third Time

Obama corzine TLS_wmPresident Obama will make his third visit this year to New Jersey on November 1 in support of Gov. Jon Corzine’s campaign for governor, Democratic officials said today. Obama will be joined by Corzine and Senator Loretta Weinberg at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden for a rally and then will head to Newark for another rally at the Prudential Center. “The enthusiasm and energy that accompany President Obama’s visit are unmatched, and we are certainly very excited to have him come back to New Jersey,” Democratic State Committee Chairman Joseph Cryan said in a statement. “These rallies provide us a much broader platform to show people across the state that Democrats are fighting for what matters most to New Jersey families.”

Obama visited Fairleigh Dickinson University in Hackensack on Oct. 21 for a rally. Earlier in July, Obama held an event at the PNC Bank Arts Center to gain support for Corzine, who then was farther behind in the polls. Star Ledger.

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  1. I have one question for the politicos out there in blogland:
    Who pays for these Obama visits to NJ?
    I hope it is mr. Corzine and not me.
    Should Federal tax $ be used to pay for corzine’s election?
    I don’t think so.
    each visit to NJ cost $$$$$. From jet fuel to security etc.
    While it is the Presidents right to stump for whom he pleases, it should not be on my dime.

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