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Is Rodney Frelinghuysen Going to Get Primaried?

A Save Jersey source in Rodney Frelinghuysen’s district noted that a push poll was commissioned to “push” the possible primary candidacy of former Giants lineman Bart Oates. This is interesting since Frelinghuysen was mentioned to the Dems as a possible “sacrificial lamb” by Governor Christie for the next federal redistricting map. We will continue to […]

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Camden County GOP May Lose One Legislator But Will Gain Three Others

My Camden County GOP recently elected a new chairman, Tom Booth, who looks to inherit a significantly different legislative landscape heading into the 2011 cycle. And possible a 3-for-1 legislative switcheroo? The downside is threefold: Donald Norcross’s Camden City-centric LD-5 is as blue as ever, LD-6 remains firmly in Democrat hands with the addition of […]

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A Bright Spot for Chris Christie in the New LD-14?

Republicans don’t have much to celebrate today, but there may be a bright spot for the Governor in one of his party’s most perennially disappointing districts: LD-14. State Senator Linda Greenstein (D-Plainsboro) defeated Tom Goodwin (R-Hamilton) in a 2010 special election. Although Plainsboro remains in the district, West-Windsor is out while Robbinsville and East Windsor […]

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UPDATE: Maps Here! Get Ya Maps Here!

Here’s the winning Democrat map that will be voted on later today was just approved as the official redistricting map. (h/t WSJ) Some highlights? No Buono vs. Vitale battle royale in Northwest Jersey. Freshman Assemblyman GOP Domenick DiCicco is moving from LD-4 to LD-3… Steve Sweeney’s district. In the new LD-30, it’s a GOP primary […]

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Wisniewski: Our Map Defied Reality, Thats Why We Won

John Wisniewski, also known as the guy who sends out press release emails that are far too long, boring, and asinine to ever read in one sitting, came out this afternoon to gloat about the Democrat’s unfortunate victory in the redistricting process. According to Wisniewski, the Democrat map managed to defy any version of reality […]

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Surprise: Democrats Pick Democrat Map

Professor Rosenthal (D-Rutgers)  chose the Democrat’s map as the new redistricting map. Time for the Republicans to gear up for a tight race for the Statehouse that now has a slightly uphill tilt for Republican control. Proper GOTV, fundraising and good candidate recruitment will be the major keys to victory this year.

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Open Thread: Does Anyone Really “Win” the Reapportionment Fight?

I’d like to know what you think with less than 24 hours to go, Save Jerseyans. If you want my opinion, regardless of who is deemed the “winner” when the final reapportionment map is revealed tomorrow afternoon, the real loser of this process will have been the state constitution. The 2001 map currently in effect […]

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5th District Showdown: Norcross vs. Norcross

Although it does not seem that redistricting will give Senator Donald Norcross an automatic primary battle, word is that he will have quite the confusing challenge anyway. George Norcross III, the famous party boss of South Jersey who gets to tell Steve Sweeney what to do, is looking to seek the Republican nomination for 5th […]

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UPDATE: Booth Bests Alterman for Camden County GOP Chair

It’s over in Camden, Save Jerseyans. Moments ago at the Cherry Hill Public Library, a standing-room-only crowd of Camden County Republican committee members elected Tom Booth of Voorhees to succeed Haddonfield’s Rick DeMichele as the organization’s chairman. DeMichele resigned earlier this month following what I believe was a vicious, shadowy and highly-personal assault from a cadre of […]

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The Real Redistricting Fight: Buono vs. Sweeney

There has been much made of the of the recent map submission by the Democrats that would put Senators Buono and Vitale in a primary fight for their respective careers. Rather than look at why this is happening, or could happen, pundits seem to be pontificating opinions that range somewhere between confused and concerned. No […]

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Dems, GOP & Tea Party Release Wishlist Maps

I meant to follow the redistricting process but its simply really out of the GOP’s hands – the Dems are probably going to get a map that’s favorable to them. However, we may get lucky with some areas. Regardless, the NJGOP will need to work 100-times harder than the Dems to win in November. Anyway […]

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CamCo GOP Chairman Battle: Here We Go Again?

I have an update on the situation in Camden County. No not that situation. I am of course referring to the election that never seems to come: the CCGOP Chairman’s race. . . Last time I updated Save Jerseyans like yourself on this mess, chairman candidate Stuart Alterman had settled his initial law with the […]

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Winning the Future Through Fighter Jets

We don’t usually discuss defense issues here at Save Jersey, there’s no real reason why we don’t. However, we DO believe that the key to a strong, safe nation is a strong, agile and technologically savvy military. Whatever your beliefs are on war (I’m sorry “kinetic military action“) it is important to realize that having […]

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