New Jersey Truck Driver Close to Upsetting State Senate President

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  • 08/19/2022

The New Jersey Senate president is in danger of losing to his republican challenger. 

Sen. Steve Sweeney, a longtime Garden State democrat leader, is trailing behind his truck driver republican challenger Edward Durr by thousands of votes. 

As reported by Fox News, Durr only spent $153 on his general election campaign. 

“I have lived here all my life. I have been a commercial truck driver for the last 25 years. I consider myself to be ‘blue collar’” Durr said on his campaign website.

Sweeney is the longest-serving legislative leader in New Jersey history, making this race all the more intense. 

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