Will Jeff Van Drew Run for Congress?

State Sen. Jeff Van Drew (D-1)

By Irwin M. Fletcher | The Save Jersey Blog Save Jerseyans, the 2014 race in CD-2, a seat currently held by Republican Frank LoBiondo, is going to be a big deal. The Dems who want Nancy Pelosi back as speaker of the house,… Continue Reading

Riding High, JVD Refers to Himself in the 3rd Person

State Sen. Jeff Van Drew (D-1)

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Yes, he won a decisive state senate victory on November 5th, thanks to record Super PAC spending and a favorable redistricting map. He could be the front runner to challenge Frank LoBiondo… Continue Reading

In LD1, @GovChristie Asks for GOP Legislature

Christie in Cape May

By Ed Sheppard | The Save Jersey Blog I went down to the Ocean City GOP HQ today to see Governor Christie speak, Save Jerseyans, and everyone reading this post in Cape May and Cumberland Counties should take note: Notwithstanding his “bipartisan” alliances,… Continue Reading

Meet Susan Adelizzi-Schmidt

Rooney with Susan

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Regular Save Jersey readers are all-too-familiar with LD1 and its reprehensible Democrat representatives. Political watchers on both sides of the aisle still consider all three legislators to be among the state’s most vulnerable incumbents this… Continue Reading

LD1 is Still the One


The Top Ten Reasons Why New Jersey’s Legislative District 1 Will Host the “Race to Watch” This 2013 Election Cycle By Irwin M. Fletcher | The Save Jersey Blog Okay, Save Jerseyans: we all know the number one New Jersey race this… Continue Reading

Flashback: For New Jersey’s Unions, It’s a Scalp or Irrelevance on November 8th

American Indian Scalping Party

Historically low voter turnout on November 8th means virtually anything is possible, Save Jerseyans. A well-organized “off-year” campaign can be expected, within reason, to overcome significant voter registration and campaign finance disadvantages by mobilizing and turning out their superiorly-enthusiastic base… Continue Reading