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Cory Booker Mulls a Presidential Bid - Political Wire

“Everywhere Booker goes, the subject of a 2020 presidential run follows. And in the year-and-a-half since President Trump was elected, Booker has spent about half his weekends on the road, visiting most states where a Democratic senator is facing a tough re-election fight, including multiple visits

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WATCH: Cory Booker Tells People They Don't Love America Enough If They Aren't 'Disturbed' By Current Political Environment

"If this country hasn’t broken your heart, you don’t love her enough. If you’re not deeply disturbed by what’s coming, you got to check your own love,”Bookertold a group of progressives on Wednesday.


Trump Jr. Says Sen. Cory Booker ‘Looks Like He’s Auditioning To Be A Televangelist’

Donald Trump Jr. took a swing at Dem Sen. Cory Booker of NJ early Thursday morning during an appearance on “Fox & Friends,” saying that the potential 2020 contender was all about the drama. He said, “We’re used to seeing Cory booker, histrionics, everything is drama.”


Cory Booker to Americans who aren’t ‘deeply disturbed’ by Trump era: ‘Check your own love’

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker told an audience of progressive activists on Wednesday that Americans who aren’t “deeply disturbed” by the current political climate need to “check” their love of country.The man who once said he burst into “tears of rage” after hearing about comments President Trump alle


Booker rallies Democrats in Virginia, a state where he could help the party, and vice versa

Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., was the keynote speaker June 16, 2018 at the Virginia Democratic Party's biggest fund-raiser of the year. A southern state that has increasingly trended Democratic, Virginia is vital to presidential candidates, which Booker could be in 2020.NorthJersey

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N.J. residents can wait 2 years for Social Security disability hearings. Booker wants to know why.

WASHINGTON-- After being seriously injured, Pete Palella sought disability benefits underSocial Securitysince he couldn't return to his job. Two years later, he's still waiting for a final answer.


Twitter Celebrates Pride Month

Had an incredible time at the North Jersey Pride Festival in Maplewood today!@PrideInNJ#pridemonth?️?pic.twitter.com/JHGSBpBI2a— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy)June 10, 2018


Booker in '20? Norcross says 'that's up to Cory' - New Jersey Globe

CAMDEN – While Rep. Donald Norcross thinks U.S. Sen. Cory Booker would make a great presidential candidate in 2020, he’s not ready to call for New Jersey’s junior senator to make such a run, opting to leave that decision to Booker.


Sanders leads pack of Democratic 2020 hopefuls at D.C. summit

June 14 (UPI) --A group of potential Democratic presidential candidates gathered for a summit Wednesday to discuss a spate of issues facing the party in the 2020 election.More than a thousand people attended the "We the People" summit, which featured five possible candidates -- Sens.Cory Bookerof Ne


Sanders gets best reception at early 2020 audition

Democratic presidential hopefuls embraced their party’s left flank during a presidential cattle call in the nation’s capital on Wednesday.More than a thousand energetic attendees gathered at the We the People Summit to hear from some top potential 2020 contenders: Sens.Cory Booker(D-N.J.),Elizabeth


Sen. Cory Booker stresses the power of small acts during Princeton’s Class Day

United States Sen. Cory Booker told Princeton seniors Monday, June 4, that they have the power to make an impact in the world through everyday acts of kindness, decency and love.


Ahead of 2020 election, liberals quiz Booker, Gillibrand, Harris, Sanders and Warren

WASHINGTON - Two women talked about their abortions. Another who worked at Toys R Us for 33 years said a Wall Street leveraged buyout left her facing unemployment without severance. And a minister pressed for justice reform by describing a man now free on bail after serving more than 20 years in pri


Senator Cory Booker Gives Impassioned Speech Celebrating Benefits of Eating Plant-Based

Senator Cory Booker’s charisma and convictions have made him a favorite among voters and a hopeful sign for a beacon of change across many important issues facing our nation, including equality, health, and safety. As a proud self-proclaimed vegan,Bookerhas been an inspiration on how to live a cruel


Booker on State of America: 'If You're Not Deeply Disturbed,' You 'Don't Love Her Enough'

"If this country hasn’t broken your heart, you don’t love her enough," Booker said. "If you're not deeply disturbed by what's coming, you got to check your own love."


Booker: Americans should be 'deeply disturbed' by direction of their country

Speaking at the We the People Summit in Washington, D.C., a meeting of progressive activists that doubles as a cattle call for prospective 2020 presidential candidates, Booker criticized the federal government for its treatment of immigrants at the border and of convicted felons.


Bill aims to spark ideas to save North Atlantic right whales

The bill would create a grant program to fund collaborative projects between states, non-governmental groups, and members of the fishing and shipping industries to reduce the impacts of human activities on right whales.


Senator Cory Booker Isn't Here For That Unpaid Intern Nonsense, So He Just Launched A New Internship Program

Typically, when interning for a U.S. senator, you're paid in brag-worthy experience, not money.


Editorial: Civil Rights Attorney Confirmed by Senate—Just

On Thursday—at last—the Senate confirmed attorney Kenneth Marcus as head of the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights. His confirmation took 220 days. The vote fell along party lines, with 50 Republicans in favor and 44 Democrats opposed. Marcus had held an earlier iteration of the same


Menendez, Booker, Pallone Announce $2.5M for Transportation Research at Rutgers University | U.S. Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker and Congressman Frank Pallone (N.J.-06) today announced $2,570,600 in federal funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) to support Rutgers University’s Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation (CAIT).


Corporate raiders ruined lives as they destroyed Toys 'R' Us, politicians say

Following the announcement thatbankrupt Toys 'R Uswould close all its stores and layoff its 33,000 employees -- including 11 outlets and1,600 peopleat its New Jersey headquarters -- the state's two U.S. senators and a House colleague on Friday called on the chain's owners to "support" those workers