Video: Prof. Julia Sass Rubin on Reporters Roundtable – Party line’s impact on U.S. Senate race

December 1, 2023

On Reporters Roundtable, David Cruz talks Julia Sass Rubin, an associate professor with Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning Public Policy, about the power of the party line, how it could affect NJ’s U.S. Senate race and efforts to abolish it. Then, reporters Brent Johnson from NJ.com, Matt Friedman from Politico NJ and P. Kenneth Burns from WHYY join Cruz to discuss critics who say Tammy Murphy’s campaign is benefitting from the governor’s incumbency, the lame-duck session and the debate over the corporate business tax surcharge. They also share their “Only in Jersey” moments of the week.

 

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