Category: Sussex County

NJ-05 PRIMARY: McCann joins Lonegan on NRCC ‘Young Guns’ list

Both GOP primary candidates in New Jersey’s 5th Congressional District can now boast a coveted designation on their respective roads to the nomination. On Monday, attorney and former Cresskill Councilman John McCann was added to the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) Read More

VIDEO: Lonegan, flanked by fake Bernie Sanders, lays into Gottheimer over single payer

Most of the New Jersey political world is still focused on Election 2017, but veteran New Jersey campaigner Steve Lonegan held a press conference on Tuesday to lay into freshman Democrat Josh Gottheimer and highlight his party’s flirtation with a Read More

Breaking down where the CD5 GOP Primary stands right now

Steve Lonegan’s press conference arguably signaled the formal start to the primary fight for the right to challenge Josh Gottheimer, Save Jerseyans. Democrats think Gottheimer is sitting pretty, but the potential field boasts some strong potential candidates for federal office. Read More

PETITION DAY: Underdog Hayden Filing to Challenge LD24’s Oroho Over Gas Tax

As first reported by Save Jersey last week, Skylands Tea Party Vice President William “Bill” Hayden is wading into the LD24 State Senate primary to challenge veteran State Senator Steven Oroho. Hayden told us on Monday morning (the petition filing Read More

LD24: Hayden Collecting Signatures to Challenge Oroho

Save Jersey can confirm that Skylands Tea Party Vice President Bill Hayden is collecting signatures to challenge State Senator Steven Oroho (R-24) in this June’s GOP State Senate Primary. “Looks like a rather large announcement coming from me tomorrow,” Hayden told Facebook followers on Read More

ELECTION 2017: N.J. Gas Tax Hike’s GOP Champion Draws Ire Of His Hometown Mayor

The gas tax is sitting on Governor Chris Christie’s desk awaiting his signature, Save Jerseyans. When it’s eventually (?) signed into law, New Jerseyans are in for higher taxes — and a truck load of new debt — over the Read More