Category: Central Jersey

Caliguire, Madrid nab Assembly nods in LD16

PRINCETON, NJ – Mark Caliguire and Christine Madrid are officially the Republican nominees for State Assembly in New Jersey’s 16th Legislative District, generating a monster margin in Somerset County and even winning in Hunterdon County where Roger Locandro (the third Read More

Mercer Republican Chair explains why Hamilton’s GOP Mayor Yaede was denied the line

HAMILTON TWP, N.J. – As entertaining as intense state-wide Democrat infighting might be at the moment, Murphy vs. Norcross has nothing on the Mercer GOP vs. Kelly Yaede war in terms of hot rhetoric and extremely personal attacks. It’s gotten Read More

Panos calls for probe of Middlesex County Board of Elections

OLD BRIDGE, NJ – Did the Middlesex County Board of Election adopt a partisan process for compensating Election Day help? Middlesex GOP Chairwoman Lucille Panos thinks so, and she’s asking Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey to conduct a formal investigation. She Read More

VIDEO: Rooney criticizes Hillsborough’s teacher layoffs

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ – Hillsborough (Somerset County) voters killed a massive $8 million all-day kindergarten program ballot question back in March, 4432 “no” votes to 3003 “yes” votes. This week, the superintendent retaliated by laying off 37 teachers.  – Save Jersey founder and Read More

Kean declares in NJ-07 kick-off: Socialism’s “influence needs to be curbed”

CLARK, N.J. – Tom Kean Jr. is known for being an affable gentleman around the State House and on the campaign trail.  At his Tuesday night 2020 campaign launch, Kean was blunt in stinking out against the rising tide of Read More

UPDATE: Grewal seeks to stall sale of N.J. college to Chinese-owned company

PRINCETON, N.J. – Rider University’s hugely controversial decision to sell a respected music school to Kaiwen Education, a company party-owned by the Chinese government is receiving a challenge from the State of new Jersey. This week, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Read More

Yaede critic Schirmer won’t seek reelection in Hamilton

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. — Once considered a rising star in New Jersey Republican politics, Hamilton Township Councilwoman Ileana Schirmer is not seeking reelection this fall. “I have decided to not seek re-election,” said Schirmer in a late Wednesday press release. Read More

Hamilton PD: I’m retiring – not resigning – and it’s unrelated to my post comparing Dems to the KKK

HAMILTON, N.J. — More to the story? NJ.com reported on Thursday that Hamilton Township Public Defender Edward Gore had agreed to resign after posting “I haven’t seen this many Democrats in white since they created the KKK” on Facebook. _ Read More