Category: State Assembly

Van Drew’s weak win might make NJ-02 a top 2020 battleground

By Matt Rooney _ Democrat Jeff Van Drew’s relatively narrow 52.3% to 45.9% victory in NJ-02 was never seriously in doubt, Save Jerseyans. What many establishment Republicans are asking themselves this week is ‘was it avoidable?’ I didn’t think he’d Read More

NJ-11: Webber touts tax cuts, argues “there’s too much focus on the SALT”

MORRIS PLAINS, N.J. — Despite a constant drum beat from Democrats and the establishment media arguing that GOP tax cuts somehow hurt New Jersey, Jay Webber is sticking by them. In fact, during a Monday visit to Fox Business, the Read More

NJ-11 GOP nominee Webber faces down possible threat against his family

MORRIS PLAINS, N.J. — The NJ-11 House race took a turn for the ugly on Wednesday. The campaign of Republican Jay Webber reported receiving an anonymous letter (accompanied by a ripped up lawn sign) which didn’t just accuse the Assemblyman of Read More

Demolishing one of Mount Laurel’s pillars | Schepisi

By Holly Schepisi _ An interesting analysis has recently been conducted by my office: Mount Laurel and the court decisions thereafter all focus on a concept of discriminatory zoning practices to justify the forcing of overdevelopment in suburban communities. Allegations Read More