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Question 1: Beach closings reached a record low, and the state earned recognition by the ________ for instituting the most comprehensive beach monitoring system in the nation.
SustainabilityNatural environmentBiodiversityNatural Resources Defense Council

Question 2: Senator ________ announced his retirement, Whitman seriously considered being a candidate [1], but ultimately decided against running.
Bob MenendezFrank LautenbergJoe LiebermanJohn Kerry

Question 3: [27] }}</ref> In December 2007, legal proceedings began in a case on the question of responsibility of government officials in the aftermath of the ________.
September 11 attacksUnited Airlines Flight 93Osama bin LadenAl-Qaeda

Question 4: [12] She was re-elected in 1997, narrowly defeating ________, the mayor of Woodbridge Township, who criticized her record on property taxes and automobile insurance rates.
Thomas KeanJon CorzineJim McGreeveyChristine Todd Whitman

Question 5: She is the granddaughter-in-law of former ________ Charles S. Whitman.
David PatersonMario CuomoHamilton FishList of Governors of New York

Question 6: ________, which Bradley did not take a stance on.
James FlorioThomas KeanJon CorzineWoodrow Wilson

Question 7: In 1990, Whitman ran for the U.S. Senate against incumbent ________, and lost a close election.
Isiah ThomasPatrick EwingLarry Brown (basketball)Bill Bradley

Question 8: Whitman was born in New York City and grew up in ________, the daughter of Eleanor Prentice Todd (née Schley) and Webster B. Todd, both interested in New Jersey Republican politics.
Morris County, New JerseyMiddlesex County, New JerseyHunterdon County, New JerseySomerset County, New Jersey

Question 9: During the Nixon administration, Whitman worked in the Office of Economic Opportunity under the leadership of ________.
Dick CheneyGeorge H. W. BushGeorge W. BushDonald Rumsfeld

Question 10: The governor's narrow margin of victory was credited in large part to the candidacy of conservative Republican and Ramapo College professor ________, who ran as a Libertarian.
United States Senate election in New Jersey, 2008New JerseyMurray SabrinChristine Todd Whitman







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