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New Jersey: Electoral Votes: 15

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September 11 attacks very much on the minds of people in New Jersey

The Washington Times -> Kerry faltering in ex-strongholds for Democrats ->
"The September 11 attacks hit very close to home and are very much on the minds of people in New Jersey, and the president has a strong record on those issues while John Kerry has backed away from them," Mr. Holt said.

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New Jersey’s Republican State Committee -> Bush Tied With Kerry In New Jersey -> 

President Bush’s Support Steadfast While Kerry’s Numbers Sink

"With less than 100 days until the election, Fairleigh Dickinson University has released a poll showing President George W. Bush within one percentage point of challenger John Kerry."

... "Democrats are guilty of prematurely placing New Jersey in the blue column and have their work cut out for them in the final 100 days before this election."

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New Jersey not a slam dunk for Kerry

This article appeared on, Tuesday, June 1, 2004 -> In Democratic Strongholds in N.J., Voters Not Yet Sold on Kerry -> "The results of a Quinnipiac University poll and random interviews in several Democratic strongholds in New Jersey suggest that plenty of voters, at least in this state, feel the same way. In what is arguably the most Democratic state in the nation -- where Vice President Al Gore beat Bush in 2000 by 16 points without breaking a sweat -- Kerry leads Bush in the New Jersey Quinnipiac poll by just 3 percentage points, 46 percent to 43 percent (with Ralph Nader at 5 percent), with a margin of error of 2.9 percent. That means a statistical dead heat in a state where Democrats control the state executive and legislature, U.S. Senate seats and most congressional district seats."

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Video Blog Bandwidth Exceeded!

Steve Garfields' Video Blog -> Bandwidth Exceeded!

Steve Garfield, DNC Video blogger, just got this email from his hosting company:

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