Category: South Jersey

South Jersey judge throws out shared services agreement

WOODBURY, N.J. — One experiment in shared services in Senate President Steve Sweeney’s own backyard is no more, Save Jerseyans, after a ruling late last week by a Superior Court judge.  On Thursday, Judge Benjamin C. Telsey invalidated a so-called “intergovernmental Read More

LD8’s Howarth: “I am not and will not ever switch to the Democrat Party”

By The Staff _ The palace intrigue story lines continue to dominate conversation after the treacherous state Senator Dawn Addiego’s national headline-making decision to jump ship from the N.J. GOP to the South Jersey Democrat Machine which was made public at Read More

LD1: It’s looking like an all-Vineland primary for the GOP State Senate nomination

VINELAND, N.J. — New Jersey’s 1st legislative district is sprawling, covering a significant portion of the state’s southern region. This year? The Republican primary to compete in a November special election for state senate (precipitated by the departure of Jeff Van Read More

New Burlington County Democrat majority votes to end ‘double-dipper’ ban

MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. — Burlington County voters who thought the first Democrat-controlled freeholder board in over four decades would make Mount Holly more transparent (and less corrupt) are getting a nasty surprise this morning. On Wednesday, we learned that the new Read More

ELECTION 2019: GOP Senate candidate calls on Murphy to back statewide Voter ID

VINELAND, N.J. – LD1’s declared Republican candidate for State Senate hit the ball back over the net at Governor Phil Murphy on Thursday, demanding that the top Democrat back a statewide Voter ID law. “I am in favor of making Read More

KABOOM: The Bond Bomb That Rocked Cherry Hill | CIRUCCI

By Dan Cirucci Posted with permission from The Dan Cirucci Blog — If you felt the earth move slightly in Cherry Hill Tuesday night it wasn’t the crush of holiday shoppers or a traffic calamity on Route 70 or even an Read More

Voters reject bloated $210.8M bond referendum in Cherry Hill

CHERRY HILL, N.J. — The voters have spoken. A highly controversial $210.7 million school bond referendum appeared headed for a decisive defeat on Tuesday night in Cherry Hill, Save Jerseyans, one which had the vocal support of Democrat Mayor Mayor Chuck Cahn but which sowed deep Read More