Category: Bob Menendez

ELECTION 2018: Menendez remains weak, unpopular in latest polling results

NEWS BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Despite continuing to lead his unknown presumptive Republican challenger Bob Hugin by double-digit margins in head-to-head public polling, U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) remains unpopular with his constituents according to the results of a new Rutgers Eagleton Read More

In the N.J. Senate battle over drug pricing? Bob Menendez is unarmed.

By Matt Rooney _ Bob Menendez may be on record as ‘saddened’ by the lengthy prison term facing his long-time friend and donor Salomon Melgen, Save Jerseyans, but should anyone be? More to the point: where does Menendez of all people get off Read More

WATCH: N.J. House Dems Express ‘Love’ For Menendez Despite Bipartisan Ethics Admonition

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Senators from both parties came down on Bob Menendez like a ton of bricks this week, Save Jerseyans, issuing a ‘severe’ admonition of Bob Menendez for an apparent  gifts-and-favors relationship with a friend and donor Dr. Salomon Read More

N.J. Republicans hope to help ethically-challenged Bob Menendez drag down his ticket

LINWOOD, N.J. — NJ-02 Republican candidate Hirsh Singh is the front runner in the primary to replace fellow Republican Frank LoBiondo who’s retiring in Congress this year. His presumptive Democrat opponent is Jeff Van Drew. But it’s not Van Drew, an incumbent state Read More

BREAKING: Menendez ‘Severely’ Admonished By U.S. Senate’s Select Committee On Ethics

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Bob Menendez may have escaped criminal consequences for his shady behavior concerning a former donor and friend, but on Thursday, the U.S. Senate’s Select Committee On Ethics issued a formal admonition. “The Committee has determined that this Read More

Menendez: Opposed to ‘Assault’ Weapons (Unless They’re Protecting Him)

By Matt Rooney _ Bob Menendez is NOT a fan of the Second Amendment or certainly so-called “assault” weapons, Save Jerseyans. “These military style weapons and their capacity magazines don’t belong on our streets,” Menendez told reporters earlier this month while Read More