Category: State Assembly

Bill advances prohibiting many N.J. local officials from driving government cars for private use

TRENTON, N.J. – A bill barring municipal officials from driving municipal vehicles for non-public reasons advanced through the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee on Thursday. The legislation (S206) sponsored by state Senator Declan O’Scanlon (R-13) mandates that any and Read More

POLL: Who’s the best candidate to succeed Bucco as LD25’s next assembly member?

DENVILLE, N.J. – Anthony Bucco’s and Brian Bergen’s victories on November 5th opened up an Assembly seat in lean-Republican LD25. That’s because Bucco, formerly an Assemblyman, was previously elevated to his late father’s State Senate seat. He controversially remained on Read More

N.J. GOP Minority Leader Bramnick sees reelection as victory for civility, over “far right” and left

WESTFIELD, N.J. – Anyone expecting to see a major change in GOP Assembly messaging after the caucus’s candidates exceeded expectations in last week’s legislative elections might be disappointed, Save Jerseyans. Assembly GOP Minority Leader Jon Bramnick (R-21) took to Facebook on Read More

UPDATE: LD2 Assembly race is still too close to call (but the GOP isn’t optimistic)

By Matt Rooney _ There’s always that race where one party or the other says on Wednesday morning, “man, if only we had put a little more cash in.” Welcome to the 2nd Legislative District. – Contained entirely inside Atlantic Read More