Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Win or lose, Obama changes things in Jersey
(at least for a minute)

WESTFIELD, N.J.--Well, Barack Obama may not have won your blogstress's blessed native state, but he has succeeded in shaking up state politics here, luring support from such establishment political leaders as state Senate leader Richard Cody (who briefly served as governor, filling out the term of James McGreevey, who resigned after revealing a gay affair) and Congressman Steve Rothman.

But it wouldn't be New Jersey without a bit of voting intrigue, as your Webwench has been reporting for TAPPED:

JERSEY CITY, WE'VE GOT A PROBLEM

UPDATE ON JERSEY'S VOTING WOES


Also got some response to Hillary Clinton's pitch to queer voters from Stampp Corbin, who runs the LGBT outreach team for the Barack Obama campaign:

DEMS VIE FOR GAY VOTES

On my way back to D.C. -- whoa, whoa, baby, back where I belong.

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