Category: Cape May County

Fiocchi wins the Cape May GOP line

By The Staff _ CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. – Former Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi (R-1) won the backing of Cape May County’s Republicans on Monday night in pursuit of the NJ-02 congressional nomination. District 2 encompasses all of Salem, Cumberland, Read More

LD1 FLASHPOINT: GOP Bounces Assembly Candidate From Its County Line

The Republican Party is walking away from one of its two Assembly candidates in one of New Jersey’s most competitive legislative districts. On Thursday afternoon, Cape May County GOP Chairman Marcus Karavan announced that his organization is dropping candidate Brian McDowell from Read More

What snow? Shore, South Jersey dodge blizzard smacking rest of N.J.

A 40 to 50 mile shift in a low pressure system over the ocean has made a big difference in how much snow South Jersey and the Jersey Shore will receive from the nor’easter. That’s likely to result in a Read More

VICTORY: Pinelands Commission Approves Natural Gas Pipeline

The long-languishing BL England pipeline project is finally about to become reality, Save Jerseyans. ‘Bout time! On Friday morning, the project gained Pinelands Commission approval (9-5 with one abstention) during a meeting at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Cherry Hill. The 22-mile proposed Read More

Cape May GOP taps Pierson to replace Gabor

The Cape May GOP gathered on Wednesday night and emerged with a new freeholder. This week’s special election held at the deep red Jersey Shore county’s historic courthouse building was necessitated by incumbent Freeholder Kristine Gabor‘s September resignation and recent Read More

‘Mops for Christie’ GoFundMe campaign page going viral

By Alyssa LaFage | The Save Jersey Blog Some people may have a little too much time on their hands and misplaced priorities. After the Governor responded to a question about why he was on the campaign trail instead of Read More

UPDATE: Christie apologizes to North Wildwood’s mayor, pivots to A.C. takeover deal

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Politically-speaking, the best way to deal with a mistake is to (1) apologize and then (2) focus on different, “positive” news. So that’s what Governor Chris Christie did today in a surprise Read More

MOPPING UP: North Wildwood Mayor “disappointed” Christie “would lower himself as much as he did”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog ______ UPDATE: Chris Christie reportedly called Mayor Rosenello to apologize for the “crazy mayor” comment sometime Tuesday, Save Jerseyans, not long before announcing an Atlantic City state takeover. Details here… ______ I Read More