Author: Art Gallagher

Art Gallagher is a Highlands businessman, former President at Northern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce and the force behind the very popular Central Jersey political blog MoreMonmouthMusings.com.

Burry to propose that Monmouth become a Second Amendment Sanctuary County

By Art Gallagher _ Freeholder Lillian Burry will ask her colleagues on the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders this afternoon to join the growing nationwide movement supporting the right of citizens to bear arms by declaring Monmouth a “Second Read More

Palatucci shows Rik Mehta around the Golden Gala

By Art Gallagher _ Bill Palatucci, New Jersey’s Republican National Committeeman, was showing U.S. Senate candidate Rik Mehta around the Golden Era Gala on Friday night, which surprised me because Hirsh Singh has been touting the Republican National Commiteeman’s endorsement for the Read More

900 + Celebrate the Golden Era at Sheriff’s Winter Gala

By Art Gallagher _ Over 900 of Shaun Golden’s friends, family, supporters and potential adversaries showed up for the Sherrif’s 9th annual winter gala at Eagle Oaks Country Club in Farmingdale on Friday night. Always an exciting event, there was Read More

Congressman Chris Smith has raised $730K for his reelection bid

By Art Gallagher _ Congressman Chris Smith has raised $729,885 for his reelection bid in the 4th congressional district of New Jersey, according to a report at NewJerseyGlobe. Smith had $514,816 cash on hand as of December 31. – Smith has a Read More

Ciattarelli invites former and potential opponents to his campaign kickoff

By Art Gallagher _ Former Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli is apparently looking to clear his path to the 2021 Republican gubernatorial nomination by inviting his past and potential political opponents to attend his campaign kickoff. Ciattarelli, who lost the GOP gubernatorial primary to Read More

Smith opposes Dems’ War Powers Resolution

By Art Gallagher – Nancy Pelosi’s House of Representatives passed a non-binding War Powers Resolution on Thursday, 224-194, mostly along partisan lines. The resolution purports to limit President Trump’s authority to engage in hostile action against Iran. Eight Democrats, including Read More