You have to love Usain Bolt. He is the fastest sprinter ever, and if his times don’t convince you he will tell you! Bolt is as tall on the track as off. And hopefully, the 25-year-old will continue to win and entertain.
The newest inductees into New Jersey’s Hall of Fame include late ‘Superman’ actor Christopher Reeve, Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and New York Giants owner Wellington Mara.
Lewis said he would still be involved in Democratic campaigns and charity work — and encouraging people to vote.
New Jersey election officials and some Republicans say the Democrat does not meet the state’s four-year residency requirement for state senators.
Even though the appeals court ruled in his favor, Lewis faces an uphill battle to unseat Addiego, 48, a lifelong area resident who rose through the political ranks to become a state senator when a vacancy arose last year.
Lewis says Wednesday that he’s looking forward to campaigning for the 8th District state Senate seat after an appeals court a day earlier restored his name to the ballot. The Democrat says he entered the race because he believes in public service.
Lewis, 50, wants to run for state Senate as a Democrat representing the 8th legislative district. New Jersey’s top elections official, Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, ruled him ineligible this spring, setting off a fight in federal and state courts.
The court denied certification for the case Friday, saying the key constitutional issue is already being litigated in federal court.
Republican Secretary of State Kim Guadagno last week ruled the Democratic former track star isn’t eligible to run in the 8th legislative district because he hasn’t lived in New Jersey the last four years.
Last week, Republican Secretary of State Kim Guadagno ruled the Democratic former track star isn’t eligible to run in the 8th legislative district because he hasn’t lived in New Jersey the last four years.
Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis says he’ll campaign for state Senate in New Jersey while his lawyers fight to have his name put back on the ballot.
New Jersey’s top election official has ruled that nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis fails to meet the four-year state residency requirement to run for elected office.
Republicans challenged Lewis’ bid to run for office as a Democrat in the state’s 8th Legislative District, claiming he had not lived in the state the required four years.
Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis is planning to announce his “political plans” in New Jersey.
The sports and film world lost one of their most gifted story tellers this Christmas – legendary Olympic filmmaker Bud Greenspan.