New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine has been forced to raise money for his gubernatorial campaign for the first time in his political career.  And aides say that he is finding that the task does not come naturally. "He kind of has a Midwestern, aw-shucks approach," said Corzine finance committee ember Zenon Christodoulou, adding that Corzine is almost apologetic to prospective donors.

Corzine, who spent record sums in self-financing his Senate and governor campaigns, has donated

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