Steve Sweeney: 'It was not my title of Senate president that gave me the most pride, it was that of father. My daughter, Lauren, was born with Down syndrome'

Steve Sweeney: 'It was not my title of Senate president that gave me the most pride, it was that of father. My daughter, Lauren, was born with Down syndrome'

Beautiful People Movie Stills Rosalind Ayres Siobhan Redmond Steve Sweeney Photo

Beautiful People Movie Stills Rosalind Ayres Siobhan Redmond Steve Sweeney Photo

Beautiful People Movie,Steve Sweeney

"Sweeney Todd: Vittoria Barker" by ghostastickitty ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Fleet Street, Nourison, GET LOST, Steve Madden and Blue Nile

"Sweeney Todd: Vittoria Barker" by ghostastickitty ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Fleet Street, Nourison, GET LOST, Steve Madden and Blue Nile

The race for New Jersey governor took a surprise turn Thursday when Senate President Steve Sweeney announced he would not seek the Democratic nomination in 2017.

The race for New Jersey governor took a surprise turn Thursday when Senate President Steve Sweeney announced he would not seek the Democratic nomination in 2017.

During yesterday's NJ Senate Democrats' State of Our State news conference, Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, says that the response to Hurricane Sandy shouldn't be about who gets credit, but rather about getting results for the homeowners and business owners who were affected by the storm.

During yesterday's NJ Senate Democrats' State of Our State news conference, Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, says that the response to Hurricane Sandy shouldn't be about who gets credit, but rather about getting results for the homeowners and business owners who were affected by the storm.

In an effort to build support for a 750 million dollar bond for New Jersey’s colleges and universities, Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, today issued a video press release highlighting the importance in investing in higher education in the Garden State.

In an effort to build support for a 750 million dollar bond for New Jersey’s colleges and universities, Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, today issued a video press release highlighting the importance in investing in higher education in the Garden State.

A street trader from the 1960s,   (from London’s East End, a 1960s album).  Photo by Steve Lewis.

A street trader from the 1960s, (from London’s East End, a 1960s album). Photo by Steve Lewis.

"Sweeney Todd: Vittoria Barker" by ghostastickitty ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Fleet Street, Nourison, GET LOST, Steve Madden and Blue Nile

"Sweeney Todd: Vittoria Barker" by ghostastickitty ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Fleet Street, Nourison, GET LOST, Steve Madden and Blue Nile

From left to right, Ewing Councilwoman Jennifer Keyes-Maloney, Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, and Senator Shirley K. Turner, D-Mercer and Hunterdon, talk to Christopher Weber and Denise Hoffman, the owners of the Pierce-Roberts Rubber Company, a Ewing business that was established in 1911, and produces rubber parts for electronics, fire protection, food processing, hydraulics, the medical field, and military equipment.

From left to right, Ewing Councilwoman Jennifer Keyes-Maloney, Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, and Senator Shirley K. Turner, D-Mercer and Hunterdon, talk to Christopher Weber and Denise Hoffman, the owners of the Pierce-Roberts Rubber Company, a Ewing business that was established in 1911, and produces rubber parts for electronics, fire protection, food processing, hydraulics, the medical field, and military equipment.

Earlier this week at the New Jersey Business and Industry Association's annual public policy forum, Senate President Steve Sweeney talked to business owners about how shared services agreements can cost the cost of government in New Jersey without impacting the services on which they've come to rely.

Earlier this week at the New Jersey Business and Industry Association's annual public policy forum, Senate President Steve Sweeney talked to business owners about how shared services agreements can cost the cost of government in New Jersey without impacting the services on which they've come to rely.

NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, tells a grassroots group that he has seen the impact of unemployment personally and professionally at his union hall to highlight the need to do better for New Jersey's unemployed residents.

NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, tells a grassroots group that he has seen the impact of unemployment personally and professionally at his union hall to highlight the need to do better for New Jersey's unemployed residents.

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