I don't think [Bridgegate] has any effect. I think Newark politics is such that the focus is so localized, and there are just some real hard-core issues in Newark right now that I think attract the attention of voters far more than the Governor's difficulties."Newark is becoming the epicenter of a national debate, this time around public education," Fields added. "Voters in Newark are much more focused on the reality in their backyard - the troubles with public education, the continued violence in the city, unemployment. Those are the issues that will remain the focus of voters there."
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