Cory Booker will soon be New Jersey’s first Black Senator. Yesterday (Oct. 17), the Mayor of Newark, NJ defeated Steve Lonegan in a special election to represent New Jersey in the U. S. Senate after the death of Sen. Frank Lautenberg, who died in office this past June.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker announced that he will run for Senate in place of late New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg. The New Jersey politician announced the move during a press conference Saturday (June 8).
Newark Mayor Cory Booker has apparently come a long way in his acceptance of the gay community. Back in 1992, Booker wrote an opinion piece published by The Stanford Daily, and was open and honest about his feelings.
Gun control is an important issue to Cory Booker. The Newark N.J., mayor appeared on ABC’s This Week, last week and made a heartfelt argument as to why the debate over gun control is non-existent. “I don’t know if anybody here has seen anybody shot. I have,” Booker said.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost a full week since Cory Booker announced that he would partake in a short-lived food stamps challenge, but the end is near. Booker has been keeping the public informed of every stomach pain, caffeine withdrawal, and epiphany usually brought on by a quote from one lauded historical figure, […]
Cory Booker is still partaking in his week-long food stamps challenge, but the lack of caffeine is driving him a little crazy. An admitted addict of coffee and other caffeinated beverages, on day two of the challenge, Booker took to his blog to give another somber peek into what life is like when pretending to live […]
Mayor Cory Booker is feeling the heat from not eating. Newark N.J.’s lovable mayor will live off less than $2.00 a day for seven days so he can see what it’s like to be on food stamps, and judging by his tweets, he’s going through life changes.
Cory Booker is still upset with the on-going war on drugs, one which he feels is a losing battle. In a post on the forum Reddit.com, the Newark, N.J. mayor slammed the federal government for failing to regulate drug use in America. “The so called War on Drugs has not succeeded in making significant reductions […]
Cory Booker is still facing backlash over his comments on Meet The Press, slamming President Obama’s campaign tactics, and now a member of his team has abruptly quit. Booker’s communications director has resigned in wake the fading controversy.