Category: Mike Doherty

NJ-05: Lonegan nabs Doherty’s support; is Oroho next? And what does it all mean?

So state Senator Mike Doherty (R-23) is the next endorsement for Team Lonegan in this year’s NJ-05 primary, announced a little bit earlier today by way of a press release.  “North Jerseyeans know Steve Lonegan is a conservative warrior, a Read More

Doherty’s “Right to Shovel” law enacted in time for winter storm

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Ahead of what could be this winter’s first significant snow event, Save Jerseyans, Trenton is making it easier for kids and young adults to do what they’ve always done: turn all that white Read More

2017 in focus, Beck joins Doherty opposing gas tax hike

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Are they finally getting the message? On Monday, Senate Republicans Jennifer Beck (R-11) and Michael Doherty (R-23) will hold a press conference at the New Jersey State House to formally strike out again a gas Read More

Doherty’s got part of it. Here’s the rest.

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Senator Mike Doherty of Northwest Jersey, the sole Garden State legislator to endorse Donald Trump for president, made a little noise this week in Republican circles by claiming that the NJ GOP could’ve avoided losing Read More

Doherty on TTF funding debate: New Jersey must make “informed decisions”

By Senator Mike Doherty (R-23) There has been much discussion recently about a report on state highway systems by the Reason Foundation that found New Jersey’s roads to be the nation’s most expensive to build, operate and maintain. According to Read More

Doherty Wants Probe Into Alleged Bribes

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The red light camera fad continues to unravel in the Garden State, Save Jerseyans. State Senator Michael Doherty (R-23) wants an investigation in the wake of seismic allegations that New Jersey local officials Read More

Doherty, AFP Call Foul On Sixers Deal

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog More of the same Robin Hood fiscal practices that landed New Jersey in its current predicament? Or a necessary evil given the Democrat legislature’s hostility to tax cuts? Perhaps a little of A and B? Two Read More