TDN Digest for Tue, Nov 3

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Articles, reports and news items from major news agencies such as the New York Times, the Star Ledger, and ABC 7 News


Opinion, thoughts and experiences from blogs around the web


Twitter updates from city residents and newsmakers alike

If U live in NJ. Please consider voting 4 Chris Daggett. We need a Governor who will radically change R system. Current candidates wont!


Today’s the day! Don’t forget to VOTE!


It is my hope that politicians hold true to their platform. Twitter has been gr8 for politicians 2 get their word out.


#NEW “Week in Review” video = Highlights from last week in #Newark


Leaning against a wall on the PATH is one of my small pleasures in life.


I’ve switched coffee loyalties. Starbucks stock’s going down.Their #1 addict is now w/ BC_CoffeeCo or: <a href=""></a></blockquote><p style="margin: -1em 0pt 1em;text-align: right"><cite><a href="">&mdash;CoryBooker

Dailynewarker and nrodriguez1001: systemic change will only come fr removing the locks and genuinely creating opps for civic engagement


Dailynewarker and nrodriguez1001: leadnewark is the only org doing real leadership dev'ment in the city. Gatekeepers still have the keys</blockquote><p style="margin: -1em 0pt 1em;text-align: right"><cite><a href="">&mdash;brickcityedu

dailynewarker who in world would take over our city after booker?</blockquote><p style="margin: -1em 0pt 1em;text-align: right"><cite><a href="">&mdash;MichaelCardigan

dailynewarker by continuing the work and progress no matter who is in office</blockquote><p style="margin: -1em 0pt 1em;text-align: right"><cite><a href="">&mdash;NRodriguez1001

dailynewarker my fear is that even 2 terms of an inspiring mayor full of integrity is not enough to wash away the trauma of Sharpe James</blockquote><p style="margin: -1em 0pt 1em;text-align: right"><cite><a href="">&mdash;bicyclemark

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Author: Ken Walker

Husband, Father, Newarker, PCA Elder, Business Analyst. In a glass case of emotion since 1978.

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