Dozens turn out for Occupy Trenton rally

TRENTON - The Occupy Wall Street protest has moved across the Hudson River into the Garden State, but the presence in Trenton was lighter than many expected.

Early this afternoon, the turnout in the state capital was in the dozens. The small rally took place across the street from the Statehouse. It wasn't directed at Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.), but some at the rally told News 12 New Jersey that they felt the governor has let them down.

Many were expected in Jersey City in front of the Goldman Sachs building. The turnout in Jersey City was larger than Trenton, but not as large as expected, as an estimated 75 - 100 protesters were on hand.

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