Category: Morris County

Did a GOP House candidate offer his primary rivals jobs to drop out?

TOTOWA, N.J. — It’s a loaded charge, Save Jerseyans. On Friday afternoon, Antony Ghee (one of five Republican candidates in next Tuesday’s NJ-11 primary) held a late-in-the-day telephone presser and shocked journalists by directly accusing Republican primary rival Peter de Read More

NJ-11: Barlas says joint Morris GOP-Webber event is hypocritical for line-less organization

CEDAR GROVE, N.J. –– Essex County Republican Chairman Al Barlas makes no secret of his support of NJ-11 candidate Tony Ghee. He’s been the prime behind-the-scenes force behind Ghee’s candidacy. He’s also made no secret of the fact that he Read More

NJ-11: Carroll says DeNeufville should apologize for anti-Webber mailer

CHATHAM, N.J. — Peter DeNeufville is the wild card in next Tuesday’s NJ-11 Republican primary contest. He doesn’t have the name recognition or grassroots muscle of Assemblyman Jay Webber (R-26). He doesn’t have the establishment support or two county lines (Passaic Read More

NJ-11: Webber drops new endorsements as Primary Day closes in

PARSIPPANY, N.J. — With Election Day less than one week out, Assemblyman Jay Webber (R-26) tried to solidify his frontrunner status on Wednesday by dropping a new round of municipal endorsements. “The strength of our campaign is our people, and Read More

LD25: Combat veteran Bergen wants to run for Carroll’s seat

By Matt Rooney _ The first candidate to succeed Michael Patrick Carroll — the LD25 conservative Republican Assemblyman who New Jersey Globe reported on Monday is not seeking reelection — is putting his name into circulation, Save Jerseyans. Brian Bergen Read More

DeFilippis: Morris GOP financial crisis is “fake news”

MORRISTOWN, N.J. — The Morris County Republican Party’s civil war spills back into the open tonight as candidates for the 11th Congressional District and Morris County Freeholder clash at The Chandelier in Flanders at 7 p.m. In the background is a fierce Read More

NJ-11: DeNeufville focuses on Murphy, state issues

CHATHAM, N.J. — Peter DeNeufville is a bit of a long-shot for the spring’s 11th Congressional District GOP nomination. He’s trying to make up for his late entry (and lack of institutional support) by directing his latest attacks not at Read More

NJ-11: GOP Candidates Meet For Randolph Debate

RANDOLPH, N.J. — The 11th District GOP House candidates met for the first time on Thursday evening at the Randolph Diner for a debate moderated by Mount Olive Mayor Rob Greenbaum. It’s been a somewhat tame affair notwithstanding the stakes Read More