Category: Election 2021

POLL: Phil Murphy grows more polarizing among N.J. residents

TRENTON, N.J. – FDU and Eagleton have teamed up for a new poll, and the results show Governor Phil Murphy’s approval rating climbing along with his disapproval rating. His new rating: 52% approve, 43% disapprove… a net approval rating of Read More

POLL: Which possible 2021 Murphy challenger is the best pick?

By The Staff _ Yes, every New Jersey Assembly seat is on the line this November. Next year? POTUS, Cory Booker (D-Twitter), and your members of the U.S. House of Representatives. But New Jersey voters will also soon discover that Read More

Sheriff Golden: Murphy’s Pot Bill Is Dangerous Money Grab That Disregards Impact On Local Communities

By Art Gallagher _ Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden issued a statement today condemning the Trenton Democrats’ marijuana legislation as “poorly written policy by the Democratic majority” “that is aimed at grabbing tax dollars without any regard on the impacts Read More

LIVE: Save Jersey at Harrah’s A.C. for the NJGOP Summit

By The Staff _ Welcome to Atlantic City, Save Jerseyans! Friday begins the second annual N.J. GOP Statewide Leadership Summit designed by the state party to educate Republican activists, operatives, and officials on the finer points of campaign mechanics as Read More

NJGOP musings heading into the A.C. statewide leadership summit

By Joshua Sotomayor-Einstein _ The calls for former Lt. Govenor Kim Guadagno to run in the 13th Legislative District during the 2019 NJ Legislative elections, those for SaveJersey.com founder and editor Matt Rooney to run against Senator Book in the Read More

Gaggle of N.J. academics announce redistricting working group

TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey Democrats’ partisan redistricting amendment is on life support for the time being, but the state’s academic community is trying to get a jump on the upcoming legislative redistrict process.  According to a Monday afternoon press release, Read More

Eric Holder joins opposition to N.J.’s redistricting amendment

By Matt Rooney _ Power politics makes for strange bedfellows, Save Jerseyans, and our own machine-dominated, thoroughly-corrupted Garden State political culture is certainly no exception to the rule. Today, as Senate and Assembly lawmakers debate a redistricting amendment proposal in Read More

Learning from N.J. Election 2018, including the folly of trying to run from Trump | EINSTEIN

By Joshua Sotomayor-Einstein _ New Jersey Republicans are undoubtedly still reeling from the November 6th election day defeat. Although the over-hyped “Blue Wave” turned into a lower than historically normal change of House seats on the national level and a Read More