Articles Posted in the " North Jersey " Category

  • Bogota’s Kelemen wins Save Jersey ‘Best Bergen Mayor’ poll

    By Matthew Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog That’s it. Nearly 2,500 voters have spoken in our online poll, Save Jerseyans, and Mayor Chris Kelemen of Bogota has been chosen by our readers as “Best in Bergen.”   Throughout multiple rounds of voting, the attention garnered by the poll was staggering and the things we learned about […]


  • FINAL ROUND: Who is Bergen’s best GOP mayor?

    By Matthew Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog The big moment has arrived, Save Jerseyans. After four rounds (over two weeks) of regional online polling and well over 1,000 (!) ballots cast, we’ve winnowed the list down to seven finalists… A quick word about the methodology: we had originally planned to pick the top two mayoral […]


  • Round #4: Who is Northwest Bergen’s best GOP mayor?

    By Matt Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog The freeholder contest will naturally get most of the attention, Save Jerseyans, but in Bergen County this fall, no less than 40 of the 70 towns in New Jersey’s most populous county will hold mayoral elections. We’re checking to see how the Republican team is performing region-by-region. Hundreds […]


  • New GOP leadership lures FedEx facility to North Arlington

    By Matt Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog Whether you’re reading Save Jersey or any number of other news sources, the story line remains the same: that flawed governmental policies are driving out of the Garden State in record numbers. Overbearing regulations and crippling tax rates have corporations fleeing our state faster than the Trenton Democrats […]


  • Round #3: Who is Northeast Bergen’s best GOP mayor?

    By Matt Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog The freeholder contest will naturally get most of the attention, Save Jerseyans, but in Bergen County this fall, no less than 40 of the 70 towns in New Jersey’s most populous county will hold mayoral elections. We’re checking to see how the Republican team is performing region-by-region. Hundreds […]


  • Two months later, Parsippany Super PAC details still emerging

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It’s the age of the super PAC, Save Jerseyans. Most of the focus this cycle will be on the legislative-focused entity interfering in South Jersey’s 1st and 2nd districts, but back in the spring, it was a Democrat-affiliated PAC playing in Morris County’s open Republican primaries that […]



  • POLL: Who is Central Bergen’s best GOP mayor?

    By Matt Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog The freeholder contest will naturally get most of the attention, Save Jerseyans, but in Bergen County this fall, no less than 40 of the 70 towns in New Jersey’s most populous county will hold mayoral elections. We all know how these local races have as much, if […]


  • POLL: Who is South Bergen’s best GOP mayor?

    By Matt Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog The freeholder contest will naturally get most of the attention, Save Jerseyans, but in Bergen County this fall, no less than 40 of the 70 towns in New Jersey’s most populous county will hold mayoral elections. We all know how these local races have as much, if […]



  • PILOT must go! My view of Jersey City from Monroe Township

    By Harold Kane | The Save Jersey Blog I live in Monroe Township, Middlesex County. We have a major problem with our state aid for the school system. We don’t get any. I shouldn’t say that. Monroe gets $2.8 million from Trenton to support a budget of $110 million. This equates to $437 per student. The balance is […]



  • Passaic GOP executive committee backs Murphy with 16-4 vote

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog UPDATE: A vote of the full committee is still required, Save Jerseyans, but Tuesday evening’s resounding 16-4 vote to remove any technical barrier to former Passaic GOP Chairman Peter Murphy of Totowa rejoining the county committee makes it clear enough who’s in charge of the party in this North Jersey […]