Weinberg to Seek Another Term, Report Says
Senator won’t commit yet to backing gubernatorial candidate.
State Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg will for run for re-election, politickernj.com reported Wednesday.
Weinberg, once a candidate for lieutenant governor, told the website she would decide on a gubernatorial candidate to back once the candidates emerge.
Once a Teaneck Township Council member, Weinberg was elected to the General Assembly in 1992. She was elected to the state senate in 2005.
Weinberg has emerged as one of Gov. Chris Christie’s most vocal opponents. Some of the senator’s supporters have floated her as a candidate for governor, the report said.