Holt has little to say about CD 12 Dem primary, suggests endorsement could be pending

WASHINGTON D.C. – If outgoing U.S. Rep. Rush Holt (D-12) intends to endorse a candidate to succeed him in Washington D.C. he’s unprepared to do so just yet.

The federal lawmaker had little to say about the contentious Democratic primary underway in his home district as four contenders vie for their party’s nod.

“There are a number of really good candidates,” he told PolitickerNJ while dashing from one event to the next.

Will you endorse during the primary?

“I wouldn’t be surprised,” he responded.

Assemblywoman Bonnie Watson Coleman, state Sen. Linda Greenstein, Assemblyman Upendra Chivukula and Princeton professor Andrew Zwicker are vying for the party’s nomination.

Holt has little to say about CD 12 Dem primary, suggests endorsement could be pending