The Democratic and Republican candidates in the August 13 special U.S. Senate primary traveled throughout New Jersey to meet voters on July 4.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker toured the Jersey Shore with former Senator Bill Bradley. Charles Measley met up with Booker in Long Branch.
Measely said he urged Booker to kick Congressman Frank Pallone’s ass. Booker applauded and said he would.
Pallone was all over New Jersey, hitting Independence Day celebrations in Montclair, Long Branch, Brick , Piscataway and Perth Amboy. Perhaps more.
In Perth Amboy, Pallone stopped for a photograph with George Washington, Mayor Wilda Diaz and
Col Manly Rash Tea Party activist Gene Hoyas.
Rush Holt said on facebook that he made stops in seven counties and met hundreds of voters, finishing his day at the Milltown fireworks.
In Morristown for the Declaration of Independence reading, Holt took in some Barber Shop singing.
Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver campaigned privately.
Republican front runner, former Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan walked in the Ridgefield Park parade.
Dr. Alieta Eck went to Philadelphia for the Independence Hall Tea Party gathering.