Category: Atlantic County

New candidate enters LD8 GOP primary fray

LUMBERTON, N.J. – There’s another candidate on the field for June’s Republican primary in the  8th Legislative District. On Saturday, 46-year-old attorney Jason Huf announced his candidacy for one of the two Assembly seats on the ballot this cycle. Huf Read More

Atlantic GOP endorses assembly, county candidates

LINWOOD, N.J. – Atlantic County Republicans gathered on a sunny Saturday morning at Linwood County Club and selected their 2019 candidates. Republicans will field former Brigantine Mayor Phil Guenther and Freeholder John Risley for Assembly in 2nd Legislative District. The Read More

LD1: Testa locks up GOP senate primary as Fiocchi withdraws

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. – The Sam Fiocchi team had hoped that Cape May County — where he remains popular with Republicans — would give his candidacy the running room it needed to contest the June primary. It wasn’t 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

REPORT: Formica leaves LD2 GOP primary field

By The Staff _ Atlantic County radio host Harry Hurley reported on Friday morning that Atlantic County Freeholder Frank Formica is leaving the 2nd Legislative District primary Assembly race. The remaining declared candidates include fellow Atlantic County Freeholder John Risley, 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

LD8: Undaunted Howarth declares ‘they’ll have to carry me out feet first’

By The Staff _ Republicans are out of power in Burlington County for the first time since 1975. Assemblyman Joe Howarth (R-8), a veteran educator and former freeholder, says rumors that he’s considering an early exit in light of the Read More

OPINION: Jersey Shore Slammed by Hurricane Murphy

By David Frank _ Why does Phil Murphy hate small-business owners so much? The recent budget crisis may have averted a shutdown but the cost of the “solution” will be borne by thousands of people that rent and own vacation Read More