Category: State Senate

ELECTION 2019: Testa says a vote for LD1’s Andrzejczak is a vote for Murphy’s anti-2A agenda

VINELAND, N.J. – On Friday, NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt called on New Jersey Republicans to be courageous in the fight to defend legal gun owners’ Second Amendment rights. He didn’t need to tell Mike Testa, the Republicans’ state Senate nominee Read More

LD1: Election 2019’s most vulnerable N.J. Democrat won’t commit to debate

VINELAND, N.J. – The special election for New Jersey’s 1st District State Senate seat  is expected to be the most competitive legislative battle of Election 2019. The Democrat incumbent won’t commit to debate the Republican challenger. – Republican Mike Testa Read More

Did Van Drew really not try at fundraising? His FEC disclosure raises doubts.

By Matt Rooney _ Freshman Congressman Jeff Van Drew (D, NJ-02) really crapped the bed with his Q1 fundraising, Save Jerseyans, hauling in only $120,556 when fellow Freshman Mikie Sherrill (D, NJ-11) and Andy Kim (D, NJ-03) raised over half Read More

Weinberg had her chance to fight for women silenced by Phil Murphy. She failed.

By Matt Rooney _ State Senator Loretta Weinberg is reportedly ticked off over Governor Phil Murphy’s attempt to revise New Jersey’s workplace harassment policies, Save Jerseyans. That’s according to Politico-New Jersey. The beef for this ‘feisty grandmom’ from Teaneck? She Read More

Kean declares in NJ-07 kick-off: Socialism’s “influence needs to be curbed”

CLARK, N.J. – Tom Kean Jr. is known for being an affable gentleman around the State House and on the campaign trail.  At his Tuesday night 2020 campaign launch, Kean was blunt in stinking out against the rising tide of Read More

NRCC says Van Drew “should quit now” after awful fundraising numbers

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. – Freshman Congress Jeff Van Drew (D, NJ-02) pulled in a pitiful $120,556 in the first quarter of 2019, less than 1/4 of neighboring freshman Democrat Andy Kim and a clear sign of trouble ahead Read More

ELECTION 2020: Citing socialist threat, Richter forms committee to explore challenging Van Drew in NJ-2

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Former Hill International CEO David Richter took a step closer to a formal congressional bid on Tuesday by announcing the formation of an exploratory committee. “New Jersey is quickly becoming a one-party state, and that party continues Read More