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Rep. Menendez picked for N.J. Senate seat

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N.J. Gov.-elect John Corzine (D) names House Democratic Caucus Chair Robert Menendez (D) to his recently vacated Senate seat Dec. 9. A special election could be held for Menendez's vacated 13th district seat, which borders Merck's Rahway research facility. House Energy & Commerce Committee member Frank Pallone (D-N.J.), whose sixth district includes Johnson & Johnson's New Brunswick headquarters, had pursued the appointment, as had most of the state's Democratic congressional delegation (1"The Pink Sheet" Nov. 14, 2005, p. 22). Pallone will now weigh his options of whether to run for the Senate seat in 2006...

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