Ready for Reagan Day, Webber “would consider” run at higher office

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog

Heading into its 12th year, Save Jerseyans, Asm. Jay Webber’s annual Reagan Day celebration has exploded from only around 50 participants back in 2004 to a sold-out crowd pushing 1,000 guests set to gather on March 31, 2015 at the Westmount County Club in Woodland

Yes, this year’s keynote (former Vice President Dick Cheney) is a big name. But it’s also a sign that Webber, the senior Assemblyman representing New Jersey’s solidly-red 26th Legislative District, remains deeply popular among active rank-and-file New Jersey GOP’ers.

Popular enough to make a run at high office? Especially in light of an upcoming gubernatorial election AND, potentially, a U.S. Senate vacancy?

Answer: maybe. Last Friday, I spoke to the Assemblyman about Reagan Day and the possibility of Webber for Senate/Governor:


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