An agreement to wait on endorsements in a state governor's race caught the attention of PolitickerNJ.com Aug. 31.
It caught my eye because it involves Newhouse newspapers in New Jersey, where the Advance Publications organization decided to have the Star-Ledger do the political reporting for itself and the six other newspapers in the state.
The PolitickerNJ.com reported the Newhouse newspapers in New Jersey agreed with the New Jersey's Election Law Enforcement Commission's request to wait until after the candidates for governor debated before announcing an endorsement.
The debate - looks like the date is still being debated- is co-sponsored by the Star-Ledger.
Speaking of New Jersey, this interesting juxtaposition of posts popped up on my computer screen recently. You've got G.D. Gearino saying in North Carolina, "I thought: Boy, when a guy from Jersey is complaining about our political corruption, things must really be bad" and the Jersey Guy learning about the "whacked view" of his home state abroad.