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January 13, 1994 | From Associated Press
Federal and state prosecutors are dropping their probes into explosive comments that Democrats and black clergy were paid to keep minorities away from the polls in this state's gubernatorial election. U.S. Atty. Michael Chertoff said Wednesday that a two-month investigation turned up no evidence to support comments made, then retracted, by Edward J. Rollins, the former campaign manager for Republican Gov.-elect Christine Todd Whitman.
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January 13, 1994 | From Associated Press
Federal and state prosecutors are dropping their probes into explosive comments that Democrats and black clergy were paid to keep minorities away from the polls in this state's gubernatorial election. U.S. Atty. Michael Chertoff said Wednesday that a two-month investigation turned up no evidence to support comments made, then retracted, by Edward J. Rollins, the former campaign manager for Republican Gov.-elect Christine Todd Whitman.
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November 30, 1993 | JOHN J. GOLDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Democratic Party officials Monday announced a decision to drop their lawsuit seeking to bar Christine Todd Whitman from taking office as governor of New Jersey. The party had said earlier that it would either drop the lawsuit or simply amend it to seek lesser remedies than overturning the election. After taking depositions from Whitman's campaign manager, Edward J. Rollins, and her brother, Webster B. Todd Jr.
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November 30, 1993 | JOHN J. GOLDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Democratic Party officials Monday announced a decision to drop their lawsuit seeking to bar Christine Todd Whitman from taking office as governor of New Jersey. The party had said earlier that it would either drop the lawsuit or simply amend it to seek lesser remedies than overturning the election. After taking depositions from Whitman's campaign manager, Edward J. Rollins, and her brother, Webster B. Todd Jr.
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