Articles Posted in the " Cape May County " 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Our Rights Up in Smoke? Please Help This Woman Get a Common Sense Ruling

    By Ed Sheppard | The Save Jersey Blog Save Jerseyans: something was brought to my attention last night. If this woman loses her court fight, it will open the door to further (and dramatic) infringements upon citizen’s property rights; the potential negative impact for thousands of hard working New Jerseyans is hard to fathom. Here are the […]

  • Van Drew Owes Fiocchi an Apology

    By Irwin Fletcher | The Save Jersey Blog So I’m back from summer vacation, Save Jerseyans, and I ain’t happy. In fact, I’m angry. I read about Senator Jeff Van Drew’s appointing 25 people to the 1st District Economic task force. About how Van Drew made himself chair. About how he made Assemblyman Fluff Andrzejczak […]

  • Shore GOP Pushes Back Against Dems Over North Jersey Casinos

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The Jersey Shore GOP is waging a 3-cycle war at the moment, Save Jerseyans, precipitated by the distressed Atlantic City casino industry. Our friend Michael Donohue, chairman of the Cape May GOP, took direct aim at one of Election 2017 likely top political targets, state Senator Jim Whelan (D-2) […]

  • Christie Responds to Showboat Employees

    By Ed Sheppard | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Christie brought his “No Pain, No Gain” tour to Ocean City on Thursday, Save Jerseyans. So I biked on up to the Music Pier to see him speak. Now, if you’re reading this blog, you’re obviously familiar with our pension and benefits situation. So I am […]

  • Arango, Donohue Set to Lead Chairmen

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It’s already been reported that Hudson County GOP Chairman Jose Arango is the presumptive incoming “chair of chairs” for the NJ GOP, the individual who honorifically heads the association of the New Jersey Republican Party county chairs. Keith Davis of Atlantic is the outgoing incumbent. Now we’ve learned […]

  • Van Drew Aids Booker, Looks to 2016

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog State Senator Jeff Van Drew (D-1) took a pass on a CD2 run against Congressman Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ2) this year, Save Jerseyans, leaving his party’s chances for a New Jersey Democrat House pick-up in the less-than-capable hands of Bill Hughes, Jr., scion of a political family led by his father, former Congressman […]

  • 6 Reasons to Build the BL England Pipeline

    By Ed Sheppard | The Save Jersey Blog No, I’m not talking about the Keystone Pipeline (though I do think that should also be built already!), Save Jerseyans. I’m talking about the BL England Pipeline Project. You’ve read about Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi’s efforts to get this pipeline built on Save Jersey. You’ve probably heard the loud objections of the Sierra Club […]

  • Facebook Unlikes Cape GOP YRs

    Facebook Stops Cape May County Young Republicans from Promoting Shooting Event By Ed Sheppard | The Save Jersey Blog Author’s Note: I am a member of the Cape May County Young Republicans, helping to organize ATF Day, and have organized ATF Days for other organizations in the past. What the hell, Save Jerseyans? In order to promote its […]

  • Two GOP’ers Vie for Ocean City

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog One of America’s top family beach resorts is hosting a different kind of entertainment this year, Save Jerseyans, in the form of a contested nonpartisan May 13th mayoral race between two Republicans (note: there are also 5 at-large council candidates on the ballot). The one-term incumbent is Mayor Jay Gillian. […]

  • Fiocchi Fights to Revive Pipeline

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Plenty of politicians talk about “creating” jobs, Save Jerseyans, but only a few actually try to unshackle the free market and let it put people back to work. Freshman Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi (R-1) is trying to do just that, strongly urging the Pinelands Commission to reconsider its vote that killed […]