The Star-Ledger recently endorsed Phil Murphy as their pick for the Democratic nomination in the governor's race. At this point, his lead seems insurmountable. According to the latest polls, with just over a week to go before the June 6th primary, Murphy holds a two-digit lead over his closest rival. But Stephen Danley, a professor of public policy at Rutgers University—Camden, says New Jersey could have done more during this election cycle. Speaking with host David Furst, Danley argues that the elevation of Phil Murphy reveals a Democratic Party more interested in protecting its own power than its ideals. Danley says Murphy is a strong candidate, but by playing the game Jersey-style, he has progressives feeling left out. Learn more about the candidates for governor of New Jersey here.