Category: Somerset County

Election 2018: Kipnis Blasts Watson Coleman On School Violence Legislation Vote

Attorney Daryl Kipnis is running for the Republican nomination to challenge U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman. Photo: Kipnis campaign. A potential Republican challenger to U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman is attacking her for a recent vote on school safety legislation.

VIDEO: LD16 GOP runs hard against Democrats’ Sanctuary State push

Kim Guadagno’s campaign isn’t the only one betting that Sanctuary Statehood is a winning issue for Republicans this cycle, Save Jerseyans.  Even before her much-discussed “Sanctuary” web ad even hit this week, the LD16 GOP ticket consisting of state Senator Read More

Mosque finally gets N.J. town’s blessing after discrimination settlement

BERNARDS TWP. — The township committee voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve the construction of a mosque in a Liberty Corner neighborhood as part of a settlement agreement with federal authorities over allegations of discrimination. The settlement ended years of Read More

N.J. Supreme Court rules on pay hikes for public workers

TRENTON — The state Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled Atlantic County and Bridgewater Township committed unfair labor practices when they refused to pay employees’ step increases after labor contracts with public workers expired. The state’s high court upheld the appellate Read More

Trump’s Summer White House Will Be In New Jersey

Mar-a-Lago is warming up, Save Jerseyans, which means Bedminster, New Jersey is about to become President Donald Trump’s summer White House. Politico has the full story. Some residents are apprehensive given the expected traffic and other security-related issues that hand-in-hand with Read More

WATCH LIVE: Congressman Leonard Lance’s Branchburg Town Hall

Despite fierce protests organized by outside liberal groups, Save Jerseyans, Congressman Leonard Lance (R, NJ-07) will hold a town hall meeting tonight (Wednesday, February 22nd) at Raritan Valley Community College that’s certain to be interesting given the national climate. The Read More

Simon and Caliguire Press Zwicker On Affordable Housing Quagmire

Last week’s disastrous N.J. Supreme Court affordable housing decision is likely to figure into this year’s handful of competitive legislative contests as courts allot ‘gap period’ mandates to towns in all 21 counties. LD16’s Republican Assembly challengers Donna Simon and Read More

Guadagno Rallies Bergen: ‘I Can Defy the Odds, Best the Dems in 2017’

It’s been a long week for New Jersey’s Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno, Save Jerseyans, as tensions between herself and Chris Christie continue to spill into public view and, to boot, the Governor decided to declare war on the majority of his party Read More