UPDATE: What Would’ve the 2012 Map Looked Like If Only Taxpayers Voted?

Tax Map

There’s been questions raised by a few readers as to the original source of the map posted by Saul Anuzis, former chairman of the Michigan GOP and RNC chairman candidate, purportedly showing how Mitt Romney winning 441 electoral votes in 2012 if… Continue Reading

Kyrillos Crisscrosses New Jersey on Independence Day

Kyrillos campaigning on the Fourth of July.

New Jersey was truly the “Crossroads of the American Revolution,” Save Jerseyans. State Senator Joe Kyrillos (R-Monmouth) seemed to cross plenty of roadways throughout the Garden State for yesterday’s Independence Day celebrations. He visited Fourth of July festivities held by… Continue Reading

U.S. Chamber of Commerce & Influential Tea Party Back Jon Runyan in NJ-3

Runyan 2012

Congratulations are in order for our friend U.S. Rep. Jon Runyan (R-NJ), who today earned the formal backing of America’s largest pro-business organization – the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. “At no time in our nation’s history has it been more… Continue Reading

Name ID Wars: Kyrillos Says He’ll Get There; Menendez Blames Lack of Exposure?

Menendez on TV

U.S. Senate hopeful Joe Kyrillos (R-Monmouth) recently sat down with NJ Today Managing Editor Mike Schneider to discuss his campaign. Of particular interest? The Republican’s fundraising ability (ample) and low name recognition (undeniable) were featured prominently in Schneider’s line of questioning; refusing to… Continue Reading

Could a Rubio Veep Candidacy Help Kyrillos Win?

rubio

Marco Rubio says he doesn’t want it, Save Jerseyans. His actions tell another story; for example, he was barnstorming with Mitt Romney yesterday in battleground Southeastern Pennsylvania ahead of tomorrow’s Keystone State primary. And what would a historic Romney-Rubio ticket… Continue Reading

If Voter Fraud Isn’t Real, Then Why Does Obama’s Campaign Website Ask Us to Report It?

obama voter fraud

Attorney General Eric Holder and the Obama Administration may claim voter fraud is “extremely rare,” Save Jerseyans, but then why does the President’s campaign website include a form to “report voter fraud and other polling problems” (see right)? Click here to… Continue Reading