Category: Morris County

NJ-11: Becchi wants three live debates with Sherrill

PARSIPPANY, N.J. – Rosemary Becchi wants three debates in the 11th Congressional District before the fall election. “In this district, we have a history of elected officials standing before the voters, sharing their opinions, and challenging each other on the Read More

County surrogate who spoke at Randolph business rally: Murphy Administration’s actions are “illegal and unacceptable”

RANDOLPH, N.J. – One Morris County official stood shoulder-to-shoulder in-person with peaceful small business protesters at a May 30th Randolph rally. The organizer has since been issued two summonses, and Heather Darling didn’t mince words.  “This is nothing short of Read More

Op-Ed: Sherrill has been a disappointment to her veteran supporters

By Nick De Gregorio _ In 2018, Mikie Sherrill was elected to Congress on a campaign that touted her military credentials. Many of us assumed that as a veteran, she would be our greatest advocate on Capitol Hill. Sadly, that Read More

Tone deaf? N.J. school district okays cap-busting $128M budget

MORRIS TWP., N.J. – The Morris School District approved a $128.2 million 2020-21 budget on Monday according to a report from MorristownGreen.com. That’s a 2.6% increase at a time when the COVID-19 statewide lockdown is expected to severely depress tax Read More

Morris GOP chairman temporarily leaves post

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – Ron DeFilippis has “temporarily stepped aside” to “focus on his health and well being” according a email statement from the Morris County Republican Committee released Monday morning. “What the public may not know is that while he Read More