Articles Posted in the " 2012 " Category

  • Christie Goes National during Birthday Speech with Mitt Romney

    Tonight, Save Jersey was on hand at Governor Christie’s 52nd birthday party/NJGOP fundraiser. There were about 1,000 people in attendance for an event that had a very election night-esque feel to it. The giant American flag, an entertaining and charismatic  Governor Christie, and of course, former Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney were all there. Romney […]

  • Claim: Christie’s Behavior “Bugged” Mitt

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Despite many visible signs of reconciliation over the past year, the authors of a new book DOUBLE DOWN: Game Change 2012 (due out Election Day, Nov. 5th) are alleging that tensions between the Romney campaign and Christie camp went much deeper than anyone initially suspected, Save Jerseyans. Check our this excerpt from […]

  • About-Face: Obama Embraces Bain

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Cory Booker (D-Twitter) was for Bain Capital-style venture capital firm before he was against them, Save Jerseyans. An apparent scolding from Barack Obama’s White House affected a change of heart. Good news, Mr. Part-Time Mayor! You can go back to embracing capitalism again. Why? Because after running ads attacking Mitt […]

  • Voting for Democracy

    Opinion: U.S. Governments Should Do More to Foster Voter Participation By Scott Alexander | The Save Jersey Blog President Obama last night announced the creation of a non-partisan commission to improve the voting experience in America. He tapped Democrat lawyer Bob Bauer and Republican lawyer Ben Ginsgberg to co-chair the commission. I agree that we need to do […]

  • LIVE STREAM: 2012 Vice Presidential Debate

    Many of you have been waiting for this night for a long time. Now, you will finally get to see the budget genius himself, Paul Ryan, take on the gaffe-tastic Joe Biden. You can WATCH the one and only Vice Presidential debate of 2012 live-streamed (below) and follow along via Twitter (also below), or for your […]

  • Romney’s Breakout Debate vs. Obama’s Public Breakdown

    It is true, Save Jerseyans: Mitt Romney went through a 90-minute debate with President Obama and had no single “breakout” moment in the entire exchange. There was no “there you go again” moment. No single sound bite for voters to take away and say that that was the moment when Mitt Romney definitively turned the […]

  • Monmouth Poll: Obama Up, Kyrillos Stagnant

    Another day, another poll Save Jerseyans. Since it has been a big topic both here on Save Jersey and now in the mainstream media, I will lead with the sample. For its latest poll, Monmouth University used 715 registered voters and 613 likely voters. For the registered voter sample, the breakdown was 35 percent Democrat, […]

  • Romney Releases 20 Years of Tax Return Information

    Today, the Romney campaign announced that it will be releasing 20 years worth of tax return information for Governor Romney, Ann Romney, and the three blind trusts set up to manage their investments. Click here to see a pdf of the Romney’s 2011 tax return. In a letter from Romney’s trustee, the highlights of the taxes […]

  • Obama Foreign Policy Approval Takes a Hit Amid the Arab Autumn

    The one issue where President Obama has continuously polled well is foreign policy, an issue that everyone, Democrats and Republicans alike, would have never expected. However, when you think about it, there should be no surprise there. Obama spent the first three years of his presidency continuing or enhancing the policies of President Bush overseas. […]

  • Save Jersey Interviews Bergen County Freeholder Rob Hermansen

    Over the weekend Save Jerseyans, we had the pleasure of sitting down at One Bergen Plaza in Hackensack with Bergen County Freeholder Robert Hermansen (R-Mahwah). Freeholder Hermansen took the time to reflect on the first year of pay-to-play reform, and its impending challenge by the very same Democrats who helped work with him to pass […]

  • ObamaCare Makes Life Harder for NJ Mom & Pop Shops

    There are two things in the healthcare debate that everyone knows to be true, Save Jerseyans. First, it is clear that health insurance in the United States is expensive, maybe even prohibitively so. Because insurers cannot compete across state lines the market can never be truly free and prices remain artificially high. Second, it is […]