Paid to stay at home?

White, Jack E.
November 1993
Time;11/22/1993, Vol. 142 Issue 22, p42
Investigates the claim by veteran political adviser Ed Rollins that Republicans had paid `key workers' in black Democratic strongholds in New Jersey to `go home, sit and watch television' instead of delivering voters to the polls. Challenger Christine Todd Whitman's victory over incumbent James Florio for governor; Storm of criticism; Investigations by Justice Department and state attorney general; Whitman's offer to resign if payoffs had been made; Use of dirty tricks; Details.


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