Baba Wawa is in the house

On her visit to the statehouse this afternoon, television personality Barbara Walters had little time for the press corps faithful.

Approached by two reporters as she stood with her producer after taping a segment with Gov. Christie, Walters seemed genuinely perplexed and somewhat annoyed at being approached.

“What is this for?” she demanded of the scribes, though she had just interviewed the man we all cover and was standing outside press row with an entourage of handlers and cameras.

"It’s not a political environment that’s particularly warm for incumbents, but it looks like Booker has little to be worried about as the campaign season draws to a close."
—Krista Jenkins, poll director and professor of political science, FDU.