Articles Posted in the " Republican " Category

  • Winners and Losers of Cappola’s LD38 exit

    By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog While it is hard to declare “winners” in the aftermath of what truly a dark day in New Jersey Republican Party history yesterday, Save Jerseyans, would be remiss in our duties to not examine the entire ripple effect that the stunning departure of Anthony Cappola has on […]

  • POLL: Who is Monmouth’s best GOP mayor in the Two River region?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog After thousands of North Jersey readers participated in August’s “Best Bergen GOP Mayor” poll, Save Jerseyans, we thought it would be fun to take the temperature of another populous New Jersey county, a little further down the coast, boasting a strong, active Republican party. You and I know how […]

  • Who is New Jersey’s Best Republican State Senator?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog They’re not on the ballot this year, Save Jerseyans, but many of these men and women are playing key roles in their district’s Assembly, county, and local contests for Election 2015. What I want you to tell me: who is the best of the Republican bunch? I’m […]

  • ALERT: Walker to quit GOP race on Monday evening

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Breaking news, Save Jerseyans… Sources are telling Fox News that Scott Walker will announce suspension of his campaign this afternoon, 9/21. — Brit Hume (@brithume) September 21, 2015 It’s an epic collapse that’s symbolic of this cycle’s unorthodox dynamics. Scott Walker’s fate was sealed when two consecutive GOP […]

  • The Debate Take: Who Scored, Who Didn’t

    By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot First, let’s begin with this: The Big GOP Debate last night gave CNN it’s highest ratings ever — the highest ratings in CNN history! It’s clear now that all the energy, all the ideas, all the excitement and all the interest is on the Republican side. And on the Democrat […]

  • Why watch the replay? Here are your #CNNDebate crib notes.

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog Last night’s CNN version of the Republican presidential debate was reminiscent of an Oscars telecast in length and self-aggrandizing speeches. At over three hours long, all 11 of the candidates participating deserve credit for staying upright without a shout of “Potty break, if you please” from […]

  • Who won tonight’s main card #CNNDebate?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Part politics and mostly pro-wrestling, Save Jerseyans, the second GOP debate of the 2016 cycle rambled on for a full 35-minutes before a single substantive question (foreign policy-related) was posed to the field. Helpful? Not unless you enjoy watching grown men (and one women) drop elbows and […]

  • Republican Presidential-Nomination Gladiator, Round II

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog The latest installment of Republican Presidential-Nomination Gladiator airs tonight on CNN, so do up some popcorn, send the kiddies to their rooms – this may be an event not suitable for family viewing – pour several stiff ones and get out your scorecards. Look for blood […]

  • Think the Trump Phenom is Unique? Think Again.

    By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot Imagine this scenario: The Republican Party has lost two presidential elections in a row. The establishment leaders of the party are on the ropes. Among many potential GOP presidential candidates, none has ignited many sparks and none appears capable of assembling a majority. The party seems rudderless. On the other […]