It’s the if a tree falls in the woods thing

Former Jersey City Mayor Bret Schundler, noticeably absent from the political scene since his loss to Doug Forrester in the June Republican gubernatorial primary, will spend part of next Sunday in Bergen County helping with GOTV. An e-mail sent out by his former campaign political director, Amanda Gasperino, says: “BRET is BACK and he is helping Get Out The Vote¦. Former Gubernatorial Candidate Mayor Bret Schundler will be making calls at The Bergen County Republican Headquarters and has asked me to have you join him for a Schundler Volunteer Reunion!” Murray Sabrin, the Ramapo College professor who won over 100,000 votes as the Libertarian Party candidate for Governor in 1997, returned to the Republican Party in 1999 and finished fourth in the 2000 primary for U.S. Senate. Sabrin said today that he is leaving the GOP again and will register as an Independent, saying “we need independent thinking in American — not the group think that infects both political parties.” Former Georgia Senator Max Cleland, who lost two legs and part of one arm in Vietnam, will campaign for Jon Corzine in New Jersey tomorrow, making stops at senior citizen and veteran events in Jackson, Lakewood, Brick, Bayville, Cape May and Mays Landing.

It’s the if a tree falls in the woods thing