TRENTON, NEW JERSEY: In a tight race against Bob Menendez, Hugin received last-minute backing by the President. It was too late. The two corporate executives concerned with the nation’s future pick-up the call to hold the mantle of leadership substituting the admiration for leadership with the actions of leadership.
Postponing an endorsement gave Hugin a full polar front to coordinate his media presence. New Jersey polls still formed lines at the closing hour. Even in this Republican weather as some put it, people were excited. Some just to extend their participation in the one civic duty that changes what wanting to do better starts with fundamentally acting.
Being a legislator is a phenomenal responsibility.
The scales in the balance of time and just approaches to sensational beginnings of combining various types of change are the motives articulated by individuals. The positive influences create monumental growth in society. They eliminate poverty, address public safety and the health and creative avenues made abundantly able for our children to grasp to hold and to utilize in the fulfillment of their individual and collective dreams and goals.
Hugin didn’t have what it took to win this one. A pick up this big would mean record-breaking support for the Trump agenda. It would ratify his improvement of the overall economy and solidify his assurance that important commitment to public safety is met. Partisanship might not want that. The evidence is there. The stock market, unemployment, everything except for wage growth is improving.
Menendez takes it early
By 9:00 p.m. Menendez was labeled the winner by most of the mainstream media. It was not that Hugin was not likable. His favorable made this election a close call, notably his charm his poise with words and his association with the New Jersey Business community.
Now New Jersey is left with a not too liked, or respected politician. The polls did show, what the Senate Ethics committee viewed as violations were in fact concerns held by the electorate with the state’s leadership.
The policy agenda Hugin expressed didn’t bring either the core Republicans he needed to win or the swing voters he hoped to gain.
Which means a win for Menendez.