When asked if he’d been lobbying for lieutenant governor, Gill was coy — but not that coy: “I wouldn’t say I’m actively pursuing it. If I was considered I would absolutely have an interest in helping to advance the cause.”
Also in the column, more about Montclair’s Mark Alexander, who is going up against Nia Gill, and a possible alliance with East Orange Mayor Robert Bowser.
In other political news, Pennsylvania likes Hillary Clinton and Chris Christie for 2016 presidential race. Christie meanwhile, in Paterson, gets into a heated exchange at a Paterson church over education.