Wednesday, 25 Apr 2018
Category: Republican Party

POLL: Who’s the best remaining GOP option in NJ-02?

The field has narrowed considerably over the last month, Save Jerseyans. This cycle’s field to replace the retiring Frank LoBiondo was eight men strong. Then criminal defense attorney John Zarych and Somers Point Councilman Jim Toto dropped out at the Atlantic County GOP convention, with the latter deciding to endorse Hirsh Singh. Next, engineer Brian […]

So Far? Steinhardt’s New NJGOP Is Different, And It Deserves A Chance.

The verdict is in: this past Saturday’s NJGOP event in Atlantic City was worth it, Save Jerseyans. It was very well-attended, too! Especially for a first try. No, this wasn’t one of those pep rally by day, booze fest by nights social confabs with which we’re all familiar. Frank discussions over coffee, solid panels featuring […]

Hundreds of N.J. Republicans gather for A.C. Summit

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Hundreds of active New Jersey Republicans took advantage of Saturday’s almost summer-like weather to head to Atlantic City’s Harrah’s Resort for a day-long summit hosted by the New Jersey Republican Party (NJGOP). The event, closed to the press, is taking the form of a series of workshops (with some receptions in the […]

SATURDAY: Save Jersey alum Alex Smith to headline N.J. GOP’s Atlantic City summit

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Heads up, Save Jerseyans. Our old friend, alumnus contributor, frequent Fox News guest and former CRNC Chairwoman Alex Smith will headline the dinner program at this Saturday’s inaugural N.J. GOP summit at Harrah’s in Atlantic City: “Alexandra Smith is a former Chairwoman of the College Republican National Committee. Smith was the first female […]

LD38: GOP race to challenge Gordon’s heir continues to evolve

By The Staff _ Updated 5:42 p.m. The race for District 38 is on. As Democrats have coalesced behind Assemblyman Joe Lagana to take the Senate seat vacated by Bob Gordon (he’s off to the BPU), at least two openings will appear on the ballot in November. Soft rumblings indicate that a third opening may […]

An Open Letter to the Next Chair of the BCRO

Dear Future Chair, My name is Alex Cucciniello; I am 20 year old resident of Mahwah, a former White House Intern, the Executive Director of the Organization For Economic Growth and a proud Republican. This past election I had the job of running the 2017 Senate and Assembly race in LD38 for the Bergen County […]

EXCLUSIVE: Jack Zisa will enter the race for BCRO Chairman

By The Staff _ The worst kept secret in Bergen County politics is a secret no more. Save Jersey can now exclusively confirm that former Hackensack Mayor Jack Zisa is running for BCRO Chairman. Zisa served four-terms as mayor of the largest city in the county, and he has been a steady fundraiser and strategist […]

New Jersey Mayor Rescues Choking Lincoln Day Dinner Attendee

By The Staff _ Politics can be a dangerous business, especially in New Jersey, but one Bergen County politico had to spring into action on Tuesday to save one fellow attendee’s life at a local Lincoln Day Dinner.  According to multiple sources, retired police officer, former undersheriff and current Midland Park Republican Mayor Harry Shortway Jr. was […]

Inaugural Benefit Planned For Rosenberg Scholarship Fund

By The Staff _ Friends and allies of the late Rick Rosenberg — the rising star N.J. GOP operative who managed Jack Ciattarelli’s 2017 gubernatorial campaign — are planning an early spring inaugural event benefiting the scholarship fund launched in Rosenberg’s memory. The fundraiser “will be held at Ria Mar restaurant in South River on […]

Steinhardt’s retooled N.J. GOP rolls out new staff

TRENTON, N.J. — Newly-minted N.J. GOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt unveiled his list of staffers on Friday, marking the latest step in the Warren County Republican chairman and attorney’s efforts to breathe new life into his organization. Five central positions, and the operatives who are filling them, populated today’s release: Theresa Winegar, Executive Director Theresa Winegar […]

65 of New Jersey’s 100 Safest Towns Have Republican Mayors

By Art Gallagher Posted with permission from MoreMonmouthMusings — The National Council for Home Safety and Security released its annual list of New Jersey’s 100 Safest Cities this morning. MMM’s research into the list determined that 65 or the 100 towns have Republican mayors.  32 of the towns have Democrat mayors and 3 have Independent mayors. NCHSS is a trade […]