Tag: 2013

2013’s Top 13 N.J. Winners

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We’ll get to the losers a little bit later, Save Jerseyan, but for now (as well as for the sake of wrapping up a long, busy year on a “positive” note), here are the thirteen Read More

Last Chance Dance for NJ GOP?

Gopal: When Dems Take Over Monmouth County, Republicans Will Never Win Statewide In New Jersey There’s little hope for Republicans anyway if they don’t win a legislative chamber this year. By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Vin Gopal’s ambitions are bigger than winning Democratic Read More

A Grain of Salt with the Eagleton Poll

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog National and state-based politicos (including some good people whom I very much respect) are making a big deal out of a new Rutgers-Eagleton poll out Monday showing Chris Christie heading into Election Day 2013 without Read More

Rooney Opines on Election 2013 (VIDEO)

By Save Jersey Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Did you miss our Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney debating Election 2013, Christie, Lonegan, Booker, and Buono on Chasing New Jersey last evening, Save Jerseyans? Have no fear. We’ve got you covered as always.  Click here (or Read More

More Chaos: Lesniak Backs Codey

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog …who isn’t even in the race, Save Jerseyans! Much like how Loretta Weinberg called for Cory Booker to challenge Governor Christie late last year but shortly before the Newark Mayor elected to take a pass. Read More

A Sweeney Poll in the Field?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Heard some interesting news via a friend the other day, Save Jerseyans. She received a telephone call on Thursday evening from an organization (unfortunately she couldn’t remember the name, or whether the calling center was formally Read More

REPORT: Buono Searching Online for Gubernatorial Campaign Manager?

Occasionally you’ll find entry- to mid-range political positions advertised online, Save Jerseyans, but the relatively high-level post of a statewide political campaign manager is typically obtained through a less overt screening process. One New Jersey Democrat wants to handle things a Read More