Month: September 2019

LD1: Democrats accused of darkening black N.J. GOP candidate’s photo

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. – If he’s elected to the General Assembly this November, Republican candidate Antwan McClellan would be the first black legislator to ever represent Cape May County, one of the principal counties of South Jersey’s sprawling Read More

NJ-07: Pro-Kean Super PAC launches with Stepien’s guiding hand

SUMMIT, N.J. – One of Donald Trump’s top operatives is back on the ground in New Jersey to assist the congressional campaign of Tom Kean Jr.  Bill Stepien, a veteran of the Christie Administration, left his job as President Trump’s Read More

Dirty Dems Go On Attack in LD 11

By Art Gallagher _ The General Majority PAC is spending to protect their investment in Assembly Members Eric Houghtaling and Joann Downey.  They must have polling data showing Houghtaling and Downey vulnerable without Sen. Vin Gopal’s coattails. Read the rest Read More

Op-Ed: New Jersey’s Economy Relies on Increasing Tourism | Cody-Bjelka

By Kathleen Cody-Bjelka _ New Jersey ended this summer’s tourism season on a high note. Vacationers crowded the Jersey Shore’s newly replenished beaches for what was the fifth hottest summer on record in the past 125 years. Local business owners who saw Read More

N.J. taxpayers will pay hundreds of millions more – per year – thanks to minimum wage hikes

TRENTON, N.J. – One of the many unintended consequences of New Jersey’s recent minimum wage increase is already biting taxpayers in the rear end. This week, the Murphy Administration announced a $54 million increase in subsidies for some qualifying families’ Read More

ELECTION 2020: Gibbs launches NJ-03 exploratory committee, slams AOC-style socialism

MT. HOLLY, N.J. – Former Burlington County Republican Freeholder Katie Gibbs is officially taking a look at Tom MacArthur’s old U.S. House seat.  “As a millennial Republican woman who has good friends on both sides of the aisle, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Read More