Norcross says Andrews’s decision is his own

DENVER – South Jersey Democratic Party leader George Norcross would not speculate on the specific public future of U.S. Rep. Rob Andrews (D-Haddon Heights), who’s due in at the Hotel Inverness this afternoon.

Andrews failed in his bid to oust U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-Cliffside Park) in the Democratic Primary earlier this year, and is now considering retiring to take a job at Goldman Sachs.

His wife, Camille, is holding his congressional seat amid talk out of South Jersey that Norcross’s younger brother, Donald, desires to make a run for the First Congressional District seat.

“What Rob and his family choose to do, I will support and advocate for his benefit,” said Norcross. “Rob has to make that decision himself, and I don’t think he’s made that decision yet.”

Norcross says Andrews’s decision is his own