It’s far too competitive of a district for anyone to get comfortable, Save Jerseyans, but the state senatorial campaign of Asm. Chris Brown (R-2) is riding high these days.
Saturday’s NAACP Freedom Fund Awards breakfast in Atlantic City was illustrative.
Brown and his Democrat State Senate colleague Ron Rice of Newark received NAACP Atlantic City Government Service awards. The keynote speaker? Phil Murphy (D-Goldman Sachs), the Democrats’ presumptive gubernatorial nominee.
According to a Save Jersey source in attendance? Brown was announced as the next Senator and Senator Rice sang Brown’s praises. “It was darn near close to being an endorsement,” our source relayed to me:
— Chris A. Brown (@ChrisBrownNJ) April 22, 2017
All of this not-typical-for-a-Republican kind of stuff is happening at a time when the LD2 Democrat Party is in complete disarray following a last-minute candidate switcheroo and black Democrat Freeholder Ernest Coursey is accusing the retiring Democrat State Senator Jim Whelan of overt racism.
Amazing things are possible when Republicans have exercise a little courage (and common sense), Save Jerseyans.