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'New Jersey 101' explains state politics, Oct. 7

Legislators and other experts will discuss major issues in New Jersey politics at an event titled "New Jersey 101" at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, in 302 Frist Campus Center.

The event will feature a discussion of the structure of New Jersey government by Ingrid Reed, director of the Eagleton New Jersey Project at Rutgers University. Reed's lecture will be followed by a panel discussion on New Jersey issues featuring state assembly members Bonnie Watson Coleman, Reed Gusciora, Bill Baroni, Loretta Weinberg and Eric Munoz as well as representatives of the Jon Corzine and Douglas Forrester gubernatorial campaigns.

The event is sponsored by Princeton Votes 2005, a nonpartisan student group that promotes civic engagement. It is co-sponsored by the College Democrats, College Republicans, Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students, Projects Board, Office of Community and State Affairs, Pace Center, American Whig-Cliosophic Society and Policy Research Institute for the Region.

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