Category: U.S. House of Representatives

NRCC adds 5 seats held by N.J. Democrats to its 2020 target list

By The Staff _ The Democrat ‘blue wave’ generated four New Jersey flipped seats in 2018, making the left-leaning Garden State an indispensable part of the House Democrats’ takeover. House Republicans are now hoping for a 2020 comeback with President Read More

Mary Pat Christie for Congress? From the 11th or the 3rd district?

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By Art Gallagher _ Former Governor Chris Christie floated the idea of his wife, Mary Pat Christie, running for Congress in the 11th district next year as a challenger to freshman Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill, according to a report at NewJerseyGlobe. Sherrill, Read More

Democrat Rep. Van Drew desperately wanted a Trump photo-op (and got it)

WASHINGTON, D.C. —¬†Congressional Democrats spent a significant portion of the evening sitting on their hands as Donald Trump delivered a masterful State of the Union address on Tuesday evening. One of them? From New Jersey? He couldn’t wait to shake Read More

Is Tom Malinowski really cool with Ilhan Omar?

By Matt Rooney _ Ilhan Omar’s political existence is the clearest sign yet that the Democrat Party is going full-on crazy, Save Jersey. Who? _ For those of you who haven’t been closely following the new Congress (maybe you can’t Read More

Democrats Kim, Van Drew listed among America’s most vulnerable House freshman

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Freshman Democrat Congressman Jeff Van Drew (D, NJ-2) and Andy Kim (D, NJ-3) triumphed in 2018, but 2020 looms large for both newly-minted representatives. That’s according to veteran political prognosticator Larry Sabato who released his 2020 House Read More

Surprise! The N.J. congressman doing the most for women is a male Republican.

By Matt Rooney _ What makes someone “pro-woman” or anti-woman, exactly? Don’t ask me, Save Jerseyans. I’m not a high priest of the church of political correctness who’s well-versed in the Democrat Party’s identity politics. What I do know: President Read More

Smith votes to fund Homeland Security without border wall funding

WASHINGTON, D.C. — New Jersey’s last Republican Congressman voted with his Democrat colleagues on Thursday afternoon. Chris Smith (R, NJ-04), who also happens to be one of the House’s longest-serving members, voted with the new Democrat majority including New Jersey’s Read More