Category: Tom Kean

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

Kean Jr. Pushes for NJ Tax Write-Off for Charitable Contributions

Credit: Martin Griff

Credit: Martin Griff Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean Jr. Concerns are running high among nonprofit organizations that new federal tax policies could influence the flow of charitable contributions in New Jersey, and those fears may give lawmakers reason to take Read More

TK2, his party’s senior leader left standing, braces for one-party rule in N.J.

A slew of new Obama retread appointments confirms what’s already known, Save Jerseyans: that the state of New Jersey under Governor-elect Phil Murphy is about to take a strong leftward swing in the coming days with a far-left executive administration Read More

Re-elected as GOP Leader, Kean says “first priority must be to address the crisis of affordability”

Re-elected as Republican leader for the upcoming 2018-2019 legislative session, state Senator Tom Kean Jr. (R-Union, Morris, Somerset) is facing daunting odds for his caucus. Democrat Phil Murphy is governor-elect and an empowered Senate President Steve Sweeney, fresh from staving Read More

Kean stumping for Guadagno: “Don’t tell me government can’t be cut because I did it”

New Jersey’s most popular former living governor hit the trail this weekend for Kim Guadagno, Save Jerseyans, and Governor Tom Kean Sr. offered a full-throated endorsement of the LG’s central waste-cutting idea. “Don’t tell me government can’t be cut because Read More

TRAIN WARS: Kean, Langschultz Troll Hapless Gordon with Early Morning NJ Transit Trip

Senator Bob Gordon (D-38), Chairman of the New Jersey State Senate’s Legislative Oversight Committee, rode with invited guests to tour the tunnel to Penn Station this Friday morning. His 2017 opponent thinks he’s acting a little bit too much like a passenger.  Read More