New Jersey Republican Jack Ciattarelli says he spoke to Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy and conceded the election, but adds he plans to run again in four years
Gov. Phil Murphy had been considered the runaway favorite for reelection and was leading in the high single digits in recent public polls.
RARITAN, N.J. (AP) – New Jersey Republican Jack Ciattarelli said Friday he conceded the race for governor to Democratic incumbent Phil Murphy, more than a week after election day, but he added that he plans to run again in four years. Murphy became the first Democratic governor in 44 years
He said he'll be back in four years.
The number falls below the inflation-adjusted amount raised during the state's 2005's gubernatorial election.
After a hard-fought battle in an unexpectedly close race, Republican Jack Ciattarelli will concede the New Jersey governor's race to incumbent Democrat Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday.
Republican Jack Ciattarelli says he spoke to Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy and conceded the election, but adds he plans to run again in four years
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker hasn't announced if he'll seek a third term, but a new UMass Amherst/WCVB poll might give him the confidence to finally enter the race.
“There is a movement building in New York, a courageous progressive movement that challenges the powerful," Jumaane Williams says.
Gov. Phil Murphy’s Republican opponent, Jack Ciattarelli, was trailing by about 65,500 votes. He is waiting for 70,000 provisional ballots to be counted.
Republican nominee Jack Ciattarelli has refused, citing uncounted ballots, the same rationale offered by the Democratic state Senate president as he refuses to concede.
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