Articles Posted in the " South Jersey " Category

  • LD1 in 2015: What to watch on the ground

    By Irwin M. Fletcher | The Save Jersey Blog The players are set in LD1, folks. On the Republican side, Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi will be running with Cumberland County Freeholder Jim Sauro to reclaim another seat in LD1 for the GOP. On the Democratic side, Senator Jeff Van Drew, who promised to act as if he […]

  • LoBiondo casts sole N.J. GOP “No” vote on House Budget

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog If there’s ever a sole dissent vote on the GOP side of the aisle from New Jersey, Save Jerseyans, it’s usually Scott Garrett.  Not on Wednesday. Do you recognize a name from this list of 17 Republicans, an eclectic mix of conservatives and not-so-conservatives? 1. Justin Amash […]

  • UPDATE: #2A activists move forward with attempt to recall Sweeney

    By the Staff | The Save Jersey Blog We first reported on this story exactly one year ago today, Save Jerseyans. UPDATE: On Thursday, a group of #2A activists, advised by operatives who engineered the recall of Colorado’s State Senate President back in 2013, announced that they had formally filed notice with the New Jersey Division of […]

  • Wayne Dupree coming to South Jersey

    By Alyssa Lafage | The Save Jersey Blog A new conservative voice is coming to the South Jersey area airwaves beginning this week, Save Jerseyans. Wayne Dupree, my friend who won ACU Blogger of the Year earlier this month, will begin airing his internet radio program on local airwaves via WNJC AM on Thursdays and […]

  • I Told AC to Land a Comic Con! And it’s coming in May…

    By Ed Sheppard | The Save Jersey Blog Save Jerseyans, since I started writing about South Jersey job creation, and jobs for Atlantic City in particular, there has been one thing I’ve consistently said the beleaguered Boardwalk Empire needs to pursue: landing a Comic Con. Atlantic City wants to expand its convention business, and has been doing a […]

  • Navy SEAL joins Burlco ticket

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Ryan Peters (R-Hainesport) is joining the 2015 Burlington County Republican Freeholder ticket, Save Jerseyans.  A Navy SEAL veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan and a current associate with Pepper Hamilton LLP in Philadelphia, Peters replaces Mt. Holly Mayor Rich DiFolco who dropped out last week. “Public service is incredibly important to me and […]

  • LD1 Update: Sauro to run with Fiocchi

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Jim Sauro will join incumbent Republican Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi on the ballot in November, Save Jerseyans, or at least that’s the plan. “I am running for State Assembly because Trenton needs more people with real world business experience, who are willing to lead and unafraid to speak their […]

  • DiFolco drops from Burlco Freeholder ticket

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Mayor Richard DiFolco (R-Mt. Holly) is out for 2015, Save Jerseyans, approximately one month after the Burlington County GOP endorsed his candidacy for freeholder. “When I was elected by the people of Mount Holly in 2012 to serve as Mayor, I swore an oath to spend the next […]

  • Christie in Moorestown: “I don’t wanna leave this job unfinished”

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Reminding a packed-house audience at the Moorestown Community Center that “we can’t leave it to someone else,” Governor Chris Christie delivered an impassioned plea for his pension reform road map in Burlington County on Wednesday afternoon just 24 hours before he once again steps into the national […]

  • Christie plans to follow up budget speech with town hall meeting

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We’re going to get what could be Governor Chris Christie’s last (or second-to-last) budget address next Tuesday, Save Jerseyans, depending of course upon how deep he makes it into the 2016 GOP primary sweepstakes. You know my take: I don’t think he’s going to last very long […]

  • Brown launches campaign at “make or break moment”

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Assemblyman Chris Brown (R-2) was joined by Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian at the historic Irish Pub on Saturday morning, Save Jerseyans, using the occasion of Valentine’s Day to express his love and commitment to one of New Jersey’s most economically-stressed population centers. “This is a make or break moment […]