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Ex-U.S. Atty. Christie Easily Wins Republican Primary for N.J. Governor

The ex-U.S. Attorney has a good brand name and is likely to give the incumbent Jon S. Corzine a run for his money. In fact, Christie leads in polls against Corzine. But the race is still young. Would a Republican victory give the Republican party a glimmer of hope after a poor showing at the polls nationally? The party hasn’t had much to celebrate as of late.

By DAVID M. HALBFINGER
New York Times

Christopher J. Christie, a former prosecutor who sent a parade of corrupt New Jersey politicians to prison, handily won the Republican nomination for governor on Tuesday, earning the right to try to dislodge the state’s embattled Democratic incumbent, Jon S. Corzine.

His romp past Steven M. Lonegan, a feisty former mayor, sets the stage for what could be a fierce and expensive confrontation with the wealthy Mr. Corzine, who came to office vowing to rescue the state from financial crisis but has watched his popularity sink to record lows as the recession made matters worse.

“I think he’s a good man, and I think he’s well-intentioned,” Mr. Christie said of Mr. Corzine. “But he is simply wrong for this job.”

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