July 10, 2000

Winners   Losers
     

DONALD RAINIER

 

JOE DORIA

The former Bridgeton Mayor is the odds-on favorite to become the next Cumberland County Democratic Chairman, succeeding Julio Mendez.

 

The Assembly Minority Leader is under fire for a letter to party leaders seeking to deny a rival Assemblyman a seat on the Democratic National Committee.

KRISTEN APPELGET

 

PAT POLITANO

The 29-year-old rising star has risen to the next step: she became the West Windsor Council President last week.

 

The embattled Hudson County political operative is the subject of a state investigation with a subpoena from the State Attorney General’s Corruption Unit looking into his public relations contract with the Union City Urban Enterprise Zone.

JAMIE FOX

 

JIM MCGREEVEY

The top political advisor to Sen. Bob Torricelli is behind the recent speculation that the Torch will run for Governor next year.

 

The Woodbridge Mayor is still the front runner for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, but he’s dead-in-the water if Bob Torricelli runs for Governor, and still has a divided party if he wins the nomination.

SUSAN BASS LEVIN

 

BERGEN RECORD

The Cherry Hill Mayor is one of the best funded congressional challengers in the nation, topping the $1 Million mark in her race against incumbent Jim Saxton.

 

The major North Jersey newspaper devoted considerably more coverage to Hillary Clinton and Rick Lazio than Jon Corzine and Bob Franks over the past week. Bergen Record Online.

July 10, 2000