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Boardwalk Empire Continues the NJ-TV Love Affair

For better or for worse, Save Jerseyans, our great state is often the location, if not the subject, of quite a few television shows. Whether we like it or not, these shows convey different perceptions of New Jersey that the rest of the country picks up on. Joining shows such as Jersey Shore, Jerseylicious, The […]

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Christie North American Tour 2010

This post must start with a fact that everyone reading this blog surely knows: Governor Christie is a rockstar. His rookie year as Governor of our state has been one of many political triumphs coupled with strong approval ratings and an ever stronger presence at town hall events where his soundbites earn viral status online. […]

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Technical Difficulties

Being New Jersey’s #1 Political Blog is tough. We are experiencing some technical difficulties with the site but we should have them fixed momentarily. – Save Jersey IT It’s a little early for Halloween, but sometimes THE GOVERNOR still haunts us at Save Jersey.


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And I Thought Our Media Was Bad…

Say what you will about the bias of the United States new media Save Jerseyans. It is true that sometimes they can be pretty ridiculous or even downright biased. However, our free press could never come close to creating the sadness that comes over me when I saw this story today out of the Egyptian […]

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Senator Kean campaigns for Locals in Camden County

Not letting the flash flood get in his way, Senator Tom Kean, Jr. made his way down to Camden County to support county and municipal candidates in what are shaping up to be (for a lack of a better word) unusually competitive races this year. First, the Senator knocked doors with Republican Freeholder candidate Scot […]

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Ads on School Buses, Finally!

A recent proposal by Assemblyman Scott Rudder would finally allow school buses in New Jersey to sport adsin order to offset increasing fuel costs and ever increasing school taxes. After a year when a record number of school budgets were voted down across the state, this is exactly the type of innovative legislation New Jersey […]

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Save Jersey 2.0 turns one week old!

Today marks the 1 week anniversary of Save Jersey 2.0! We spent a lot of time redesigning the blog, creating an initial team of new bloggers (that continues to grow), and have worked hard to give Save Jerseyans the content that they demand. So now we want to ask you: How are we doing? Leave […]

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Delaware Senate Primary, O'Donnell wins over Castle

GOP Senate Primary (DE): 100% reporting O’Donnell: 53.1% Castle: 46.9% The DE race for the Republican nomination for Senate is particularly interesting. Nationwide it is considered a microcosm for the way that Tea Party candidates affect establishment Republicans this year. However, in this case, the nomination of Christine O’Donnell (who is backed by the Tea […]

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John Boehner and his Tan: The Target for 2010.

Democrats in Washington have officially found a target for the remainder of the campaign season. House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-OH) has been mentioned more times in the news cycle than anyone else on Capitol Hill. And why not? The congressman is supposedly set to come into the next session of Congress  in January as […]

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And Gov't Gets (a Bit) Smaller

Did you feel that, Save Jerseyans? No it wasn’t the collective ‘sigh’ of Eagles fans across South Jersey after their disappointing loss yesterday, it was the bureaucracy of our fine state being cut yet again by a governor who continues to remind us how serious he is about small and efficient government. Over the weekend, […]

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9 Years Later…

Today marks the 9th anniversary of the cowardly, evil, and unprovoked attacks of September 11th, 2001, in New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C.. 2,976 innocent lives were taken that day. In honor of their sacrifice, lets set politics aside (RELAX! only for one day!) and think of those lives lost, the families they left behind, […]

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Little Tries to Get an Edge from an Angle

Tea Party backed Republican CD-6 candidate Anna Little has announced that she will be holding a “Time for Tea” event on September 15th in Red Bank and will have Sharron Angle as her special guest. For anyone interested, admission to the event is $100. Angle and Little won surprise victories in their respective Republican primaries […]

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Write In Vince!

                          Save Jerseyans, it’s not often that I encourage casting a write in vote in the general election. However, as I stated here back in June, I was not happy with the crop of candidates in the 9th Congressional District. They ranged from pathetic (Michael Agosta) to an outright joke (John Aslanian). Therefore, once it came […]

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