Booker Going Negative

Maybe Cory Booker’s internal polling numbers are similar to Steve Lonegan’s and show the U.S. Senate race closer than the independent polls indicate.

Booker is launching a negative ad against Steve Lonegan today, according to Politico.


Booker’s ad targets Lonegan.

Lonegan is still running against President Obama and ObamaCare.

With the Monmouth polls showing Booker’s support is shallow, that voters think that Booker is in it more for fame than service and that he’s a typical politician, Lonegan would be wise to focus on Booker’s weaknesses over the next two weeks.

Posted: October 1st, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Cory Booker, Senate Special Election, Steve Lonegan | Tags: , , , | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “Booker Going Negative”

  1. What Else Would You Expect said at 9:58 am on October 1st, 2013:

    From a liberal other than “Rules For Radicals,”Rule #12; the politics of personal destruction.

    If Booker was a shoe in, why would he go negative; unless he is running scared that is.

    Jim Granelli

  2. Bob English said at 1:15 pm on October 1st, 2013:

    Nobody was complaining about personal attack ads when it was the Lonegan campaign (along with the Super Pacs that support him) that have been running them for weeks.

  3. There's a big difference- said at 7:49 pm on October 1st, 2013:

    Between personal attacks and a valid highlighting and comparison of two candidates’ records- Booker is a sham, a paper media darling, and false candidate, with a record and history of typical liberal hypocrisy of getting plenty for himself while those he serves remain in misery- and, a failed record as mayor of our state’s largest city: word is the Dems are glad he may be gone in their town- let’s help Steve and be sure Newark’s still stuck with him!