Immigration bill is an early test for New Jersey's new senator He traded a glass-walled office and sweeping views of the Delaware River in Trenton for a converted conference room in a prefab building on Capitol Hill, where people continuously mispronounce his name. But former New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa is s now a part of an exclusive 100-member club that gets to have a say on the major issues of the day.
July 1, 2013 - The Record
Dick Lynch in WNYT I usually leave the names to Bob Papa and let him figure it out,Lynch said. "But yeah, I have trouble with the pronunciation of names. Sometimes I get them, sometimes I don't. I don't mean anything by it if I mispronounce a name."
Eric Mangini in New York Times You know how it is,Mangini said. "Guys are going to kid you if you mispronounce a word or somebody's name. It's good-natured, but you'd rather not go through that if you can avoid it."