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 Continue Reading

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NJGOP 2018: Steinhardt issues statement declaring Bramnick doesn’t speak for his organization

Assemblyman GOP Minority Leader Jon Bramnick (R-Union) raised eyebrows and instigated heated backroom debate last week when he announced a forthcoming “Rally the Reasonable” tour designed to showcase what he Continue Reading

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The N.J. GOP’s unspoken challenge: reaching voters who could care less about high taxes

I’ve spoken to countless ‘smart’ folks since November’s Republican butt-kicking, Save Jerseyans, and I’ve gotten just as many opinions as to what needs to come next if the GOP is Continue Reading

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Russell co-founds new NJ-NY political consulting firm, taps Kean’s Neely as veep

Veteran New Jersey GOP strategist Chris Russell is kicking off 2018 with a new endeavor, Save Jerseyans: a new political consulting firm called “Checkmate Strategies.” New York operative Michael Lawler Continue Reading

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POST-CHRISTIE REALITY: GOP freeholder switches parties, gifts Salem County to the Democrats

Another elected “leader” is jumping ship as New Jersey Republicans head into the wilderness, Save Jerseyans. Down in Salem County, Republican Freeholder Melissa DeCastro of Carneys Point has announced that she’s Continue Reading

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New NJGOP chairman throws a punch, calls Murphy’s treasury pick “a disappointing indicator”

Newly-minted NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt is taking the reins of a badly-damaged state party, Save Jerseyans, but on Wednesday, he did something that the party hadn’t done since Jay Webber Continue Reading

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Kurtz gathers, energizes young N.J. GOP leaders at the League

Amidst a sea of Democrat-dominated events at the League of Municipalities, Republican Atlantic City Councilman Jesse O. Kurtz hosted an inaugural young GOP leaders’ breakfast at last week’s annual event Continue Reading

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Parsing this year’s rare GOP victory in Paramus

Last Tuesday night was not what would be described as a great election night for Republicans. We now have two choices: (1) we can riot in the streets and put Continue Reading

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N.J. Republicans haven’t had a clear message. That needs to change in the Age of Murphy.

Save Jerseyans: I know things look bleak at the moment and many of you are booking U-Haul trucks already. Phil Murphy, our Governor-Elect, will become our new governor in 2018 Continue Reading

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Re-elected as GOP Leader, Kean says “first priority must be to address the crisis of affordability”

Re-elected as Republican leader for the upcoming 2018-2019 legislative session, state Senator Tom Kean Jr. (R-Union, Morris, Somerset) is facing daunting odds for his caucus. Democrat Phil Murphy is governor-elect Continue Reading

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POLL: Which of these names gives the NJGOP its best chance against Murphy in 2021?

Today’s question is self-explanatory, Save Jerseyans. It may seem like a lifetime away, and a lot can (and will) change between now and then, but the Election 2021 cycle will Continue Reading

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The Christie era (predictably) ends in disaster. Let’s talk about what needs to change. Now.

Bush won in 2000. Dems swept NJ/VA in 2001. Obama won in 2008. GOP swept NJ/VA in 2009. And so the cycle repeats itself again this cycle, Save Jerseyans, so Continue Reading

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