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November 2, 2006  Download This Edition Vote November 7. Polls open in New Jersey at 6 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. Voting results will be posted here shortly after the polls close. View the candidate information for state and local races by downloading this edition and by viewing Election Coverage link. Election Coverage

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Voters to Decide Statewide, Local Races on Tuesday

CREATIVE COSTUMING…Mott’s apple juice and french fries were featured by children at this year’s Halloween parade, held Sunday in Downtown Westfield.

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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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County: Freeholder Cand. Debate Budget, Train
7th District: Ferguson, Stender Trade Barbs
US Senate: Nation Watches Kean-Menendez

Editorial: Fanwood Candidates to be Praised For Model Election Comportment
Editorial: Disgusting Political Consultants; Why Don’t Moderates Vote?
Editorial: The Ballot Questions are a Trap; We Need to Face Corruption Instead


JARRING THE FOOTBALL LOOSE...Blue Devil Will Harbaugh, No. 57, nails the Bulldog receiver and jars the ball loose. Teammate Sean Ferro, No. 24, who made two interceptions, prepares to pounce on the ball.

Sports: Blue Devil X-C Boys Capture Second Straight UCC Crown; Blue Devil Gridders Shut Out MX Shabazz Bulldogs; Soccer Raider Girls Shut Out Highlanders in UCT Semi; Raider Soccer Boys Advance To UCT Championship Game; Cougars’ Late F.G. Tumbles Raider Footballers; Soccer Farmer Boys Hold Off Blue Devils in UCT Semi; Raiders Get 3rd, Westfield 5th In UCC Girls Cross-Country; Blue Devil Volleyballers Win Union County Championship: Photos

Devil's Den:
Turn Back the Clocks Day Came Early for WHS Fans

Clubs & Organizations Database

By John Lennon

No Trick to Travel: Frommers Treat Guests with Sound Advice
Miss New Jersey: Winning Doesn’t Always Mean Wearing The Crown
Popcorn: The Prestige - Magical Mystery Tour
Vic's Picks: Sam’s Town - Not ‘Killer,’ But Good
Home & Garden: Considering What’s Underfoot
Give Peace a Chance: Union County Peace Council Emphasizes Social Action, Awareness

WF High School Through 
The Eyes of a Freshman

News Bulletins
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APPRECIATION...SPF-HS junior Joe Ellis  raised $10,000 worth of articles for troops.

FACEOFF...Linda Stender (D) challenges incumbent Mike Ferguson (R) for the Seventh District Congressional seat. Below: Bob Menendez (D) faces off against Tom Kean, Jr. (R) in a race for U.S. Senate.

Ballot questions to dedicate state funds by Constitutional changes for specific purposes are a trap. Dedicating funds for seemingly honorable and worthwhile purposes is really only a regrettable compromise because legislators can’t deal with the waste and corruption that exists in Trenton. We say stop the pork. There also is considerable concern about how these funds would actually be used. We say, “Don’t do it.” Take a stand now against corruption and waste in Trenton. - See year-to-date reform thoughts.

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