Some Princeton residents want McGreevey to move out of Drumthwacket

Some Princeton residents picketed outside Drumthwacket, Governor McGreevey's (D-NJ) home, Tuesday because they no longer want him as their neighbor.

Some residents say he was right to resign and believe he should get out of office, and his house, right away.

McGreevey spent the day attending a Homeland Security exercise in Trenton, and meeting with future acting governor Senator Dick Codey (D-Essex).

Meanwhile, federal officials say McGreevey's top contributor Charles Kushner is expected to plead guilty Wednesday. Kushner is accused of hiring a prostitute to seduce a government witness. Officials say McGreevey is not implicated in the criminal complaint against Kushner.

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