Power & Politics: Is the ‘party line’ over? Menendez sits out June primary; Q&A with Senate hopeful Alex Zdan

Is the party over for the party line on New Jersey ballots? Attorney General Platkin called it unconstitutional and says his office won't defend it.

News 12 Staff

Mar 23, 2024, 8:24 PM

Updated 27 days ago

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Is the party over for the party line on New Jersey ballots? Attorney General Platkin called it unconstitutional and says his office won't defend it.
And indicted Sen. Bob Menendez announces he won’t run for his seat in the June primary.
“I am hopeful my exoneration this summer and will allow me to pursue my candidacy as an independent Democrat in the general election," he said in his announcement.
Joining Eric Landskroner to discuss a busy week in New Jersey politics are Max Pizarro, editor-in-chief and co-founder of Insider NJ and Micah Rasmussen, director of the Rebovich Institute for New Jersey politics at Rider University.
Also, a familiar face to Power & Politics, former host Alex Zdan, returns as a GOP candidate for Senate.


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