“There’s a Democratic tide that’s easy to feel but hard to quantify,” said Richard McGrath, a spokesman for the state Democratic Party.New Jersey moved its primary to Super-Duper Tuesday, Feb. 5 (which is also Shrove Tuesday this year) and although last week's poll gives the lead to Clinton, Obama has great strength in both Newark and Jersey City, the state's largest cities. Read it all here.
I have no idea who to vote for yet either. Clinton/McCain is a toss-up, I think. Obama/McCain is competitive in some ways, but less so in others. I'm frankly torn between competence (Clinton) and vision (Obama).
New Jerseyans, or anyone else voting next Tuesday: what are your thoughts? Republican or Democrat, all coments welcome.