Articles Posted in the " Jersey Shore " Category

  • POLL: Who is Monmouth’s best GOP mayor in the Two River region?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog After thousands of North Jersey readers participated in August’s “Best Bergen GOP Mayor” poll, Save Jerseyans, we thought it would be fun to take the temperature of another populous New Jersey county, a little further down the coast, boasting a strong, active Republican party. You and I know how […]

  • Ciattarelli intercedes for Hillsborough with AG over sports wagering controversy

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog New Jersey communities presently can’t stop an off-track wagering facility from setting up, Save Jerseyans, and one Assembly member thinks that’s wrong. Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli released a letter penned to the State Attorney General’s office on Tuesday urging a thorough review of a pending application to operate an off-track wagering […]

  • What’s Been Happening in the LD2 Campaign Lately

    By Irwin M. Fletcher | The Save Jersey Blog There’s been a lot going on in the LD2 Campaign between Republicans Assemblyman Chris Brown & Atlantic County Freeholder Will Pauls and Democrats Assemblyman Vince Mazzeo and Atlantic County Freeholder Colin Bell, Save Jerseyans. Things are moving very fast in this battleground district, and since this […]

  • Report: Mazzeo angers Taj Mahal with suspect mailings

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Keep your eye on this story… As I understand it, Save Jerseyans, “letters, with the state of New Jersey seal, were signed by Assemblyman Vince Mazzeo and mailed to the homes of about 70 nonunion Taj employees by Local 54 of UNITE HERE,” according to a new report […]

  • Pallone thinks fantasy football players are more dangerous than Tehran

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The Monkey Court is back in session, Save Jerseyans… Frank Pallone (D, NJ-06), a far-left New Jersey Congressman who trusts Iran to police its own nuclear ambitions, doesn’t trust fans to make their own fantasy football decisions. “Anyone who watched a game this weekend was inundated by commercials […]

  • Democrat Schroeder drops Atlantic County executive bid

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog A spirited albeit underdog challenged from Democrat Jim Schroeder of Hammonton for Dennis Levinson’s county executive chair is over, Save Jerseyans. The Democrat withdrew from the campaign on Sunday citing “concerns over his health.” The news represents a possible blow to Democrat efforts on the ground to knock out Asm. Chris Brown […]

  • From Building #5 to Marlboro Township: Dwyer recalls how 9/11 “changed my life”

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Younger readers may not remember, Save Jerseyans, but 5 World Trade Center (a.k.a. “Building 5” or “WTC 5”) was a nine-story building on the east side of the former North Tower of the World Trade Center (WTC 1). Approximately two dozen tenants including Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse First Boston, and government agencies occupied the modest-sized 9-story […]

  • Is Marlboro in play?

    By Art Gallagher | Labor Day is still a week off, but the political season is already underway in the most unlikely place; Marlboro Township where Democratic incumbents Mayor Jon Hornik and Councilwoman Randi Marder are running for their third terms with newcomer, Councilman Mike Scalea who is running for his first full term […]

  • One Expensive Beach Day

    By Joe Schilp | Cross-posted from Joe’s Blog I took my three kids to the beach today.  When I asked where they wished to go, they indicated Point Pleasant.  Two of them had been there before with the Girl Scouts for a lesson on the beach and sea creatures, so I guess that’s the place they […]

  • Battleground Atlantic: Punchy Democrats push ahead without a clear vision

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We all lived through Election 2013, Save Jerseyans. I’m not sure whether small inconveniences like “issues” will matter in 2015’s legislative battlegrounds if Democrat Super PACs perform as expected in the weeks ahead. The good news for Republicans in South Jersey’s LD1 and LD2? Their Democrat opponents […]