State Assembly

OPINION: New Jersey taxpayers can’t afford Sheila Oliver

It is unjustifiable to ever use public money in the democratic election process. That is why, in 2007, our State Senate and Assembly unanimously approved bill S222 designed to bar donations from public institutions the legislation to then-Governor Corzine for his consideration. One of those “Yea” votes came from my opponent in this November’s election, […]

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LD8 NEWS: Navy SEAL Ryan Peters unanimously selected to succeed Rodriguez-Gregg

Burlington County’s 8th district Republican committee members met on Wednesday evening and assented – unanimously – to Ryan Peters as Assemblyman Joe Howarth’s LD8 running mate this November. Save Jersey previously reported that Peters, a Navy SEAL and first-term Burlington County freeholder, was the front runner to succeed Maria Rodriguez-Gregg who recently declined to seek […]

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POLL: Who’s the best choice for LD8?

There are five (5) names in circulation to replace Asw. Maria  Rodriguez-Gregg, Save Jerseyans. Choose: POLL: Who’s the best choice for LD8? Richard DiFolco Sean Earlen Katie Gibbs Linda Hughes Ryan Peters   pollcode.com free polls –

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Two more names for the LD8 mix

Two more names are in circulation for the LD8 Assembly seat of Maria Rodriguez-Gregg, Save Jerseyans. The first is Lumberton Township Mayor Sean Earlen who’s best known outside of Burlington County as Chairman of the New Jersey Pinelands Commission. Christie plugged the young mayor into his role in early 2016 to aid the approval of a Southern New […]

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GOP legislator pressed over Confederate flag photo; his response to critics says it all.

New Jersey Assemblyman Parker Space (R-24) and his wife, Jill, hail from a part of the Garden State that, at least politically, can feel more like South Carolina than North Jersey. The Skylands are red, and Assemblyman Space’s views issues including the Second Amendment reflect it. So does his taste in music. This Facebook post from […]

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VIDEO: Chris Brown (R-2) hits home run with self-deprecating campaign ad

A relatively obscure Travis County, Texas race got national attention in 2016 when the incumbent Republican Commissioner candidate — Gerald Daugherty — produced a genius, self-deprecating campaign ad in which his family begged voters to re-elect him because he wouldn’t shut up talking about way to improve the county: – The LD2 State Senate campaign of […]

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Thomson sworn into the Assembly

On Thursday, Assemblyman Edward H. “Ned” Thomson (R-Wall) became the newest member of the New Jersey General Assembly, assuming the seat of David Rible who recently became the commissioner of the Alcohol Beverage Control commission. “I have served the residents of Wall Township and Monmouth County for over two decades. Being able to represent my community […]

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Here’s the new face in the N.J. Assembly

TRENTON — A former mayor of Wall Township will soon be sworn in as the newest member of the New Jersey Assembly. Edward “Ned” Thomson, a Republican, is scheduled to take the oath of office Thursday to begin representing the Jersey Shore’s 30th legislative district in the Assembly, the lower house of the New Jersey […]


This N.J. Democrat said something REALLY stupid about a Vietnam Veteran

Andrew Zwicker is an American physicist at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory and a first term Assemblyman from New Jersey’s 16th Legislative District. Brought into office in 2015 not on his own merits but with a huge last-minute influx of special interest cash, he’s exactly the sort of yuppie Democrats in the Princeton area love to […]

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LD38 News: Mahwah’s Cucciniello joins Leonard Assembly effort

Fresh off his official nomination last week, Glen Rock Councilman Bill Leonard has hired his first campaign staffer. Alex Cucciniello, 20, of Mahwah, has been hired to run the day-to-day operations of the campaign. Cucciniello is returning to New Jersey politics after spending the summer as an Intern at the White House in the Office […]

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Golden Congratulates Thomson, Thanks LD 30 Republicans and NJ GOP

Monmouth County Republican Chairman Shaun Golden issued a statement this morning congratulating newly elected Assemblyman Ned Thomson on his victory at the special election last evening and thanking all involved for a successful and orderly convention. “Congratulations to Assemblyman Thomson.   I personally thank Ned for his willingness to take on the rigors of being […]



Singer Endorses Flancbaum In LD 30 Assembly Race

Senator Robert Singer answered Assemblyman Sean Kean’s endorsement of former Wall Township Mayor Ned Thomson to replace Dave Rible in the State Assembly and on the ballot in November with an endorsement of Justin Flancbaum, the Executive Director of the Lakewood Municipal Utility Authority. Singer told MMM that his endorsement of Flancbaum was prompted by Kean’s nod […]


Brown travels to federal court “Lake Christie” hearing on behalf of Margate’s residents

U.S. District Court Judge Renee Bumb was scheduled to hear arguments this Wednesday morning in a conference hearing on the infamous Margate, New Jersey “dune ponding” dispute. The rainwater-exacerbated “pond,” the condition for which were created by a controversial beach replenishment project, has been derisively nicknamed “Lake Christie” by the locals. Judge Bumb previously ruled […]

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NJEA PAC Announces Its Picks for 2017 Legislative Races

Its influence both symbolic and real, the New Jersey Education Association’s PAC this weekend finalized the last of the powerful union’s political endorsements for the November legislative races – with some notable picks and some notable omissions. Overall, the endorsements by the 125-member PAC committee skewed far to the Democratic side, following a historical pattern […]