Allen to again receive GOP Primary challenge from Edgewater Park innkeeper

Irritated by state Sen. Diane Allen’s (R-Edgewater Park) support for a family planning bill, innkeeper Carole Moore said she intends

Irritated by state Sen. Diane Allen’s (R-Edgewater Park) support for a family planning bill, innkeeper Carole Moore said she intends to challenge Allen in a 2011 Republican Primary. 

“I will be running against Diane Allen (pictured),” said the 64-year-old retired teacher who lost a 2003 primary to the incumbent senator.

Both women live in Edgewater Park.

“Money shouldn’t be used for murdering babies,” said Moore, who, like Gov. Chris Christie, opposed an allocation of $7.5 million for women’s healthcare clinics. 

Moore ran as a 2003 primary ally of gubernatorial candidate Bret Schundler.

Allen buried her, 82.6% to 17.4%.

“Maybe the time is right for my candidacy,” said Moore, a self described staunch pro lie and pro Second Amendment proponent who held at least one Tea Party event at one of her four area inns.  

Allen to again receive GOP Primary challenge from Edgewater Park innkeeper