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karynnj Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Nov-28-05 09:51 AM
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25. After Corzine, I would imagine that a potential candidate
Edited on Mon Nov-28-05 09:53 AM by karynnj
might even speak to an ex-wife to get assurances this wouldn't happen. Feingold was divorced years ago from his first wife and he has run several times since then. I would guess he would be the best person to know the circumstances of the situation and the personality of his ex-wife.

Michael Bloomfield's ex-wife supported him. Kerry's first wife supported him and one of his most trusted advisers was his first wife's twin brother.

Feingold might ask his ex-wife if she was comfortable following the path Kerry's ex-wife took. Before the primaries, Julia Kerry gave a statement to the Boston Globe that, as a statesman she was 100% behind him. Her comments about him in Tour of Duty were very positive and painted a picture of a very nice person.

Ultimately, Joanne Corzine's nasty comments backfired, but this is NJ. These types of things have nothing to do with governing but it's probably good to make sure they are avoided if possible.

As to the McGreevey comment up thread, that comparison is beyond the pale.
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