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New Hugin TV Ad asks N.J. women: ‘Will you be able to explain a Menendez vote to your kids?’

TRENTON, N.J. — If the most recent U.S. Senate poll out of New Jersey is to be believed? Bob Hugin’s chances of upsetting Bob Menendez next month could hinge on persuading a healthy chunk of the state’s female suburban electorate Read More

Sorry, Media: Bob Hugin’s hard-hitting Menendez allegations TV ad is 100% factual and fair. | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ History is repeating itself, Save Jerseyans. It does every cycle. In 2017, Kim Guadagno ran a 100% factual, fair and appropriate advertisement attacking Phil Murphy’s reckless ‘sanctuary state’ policy proposal. Rather than simply report on the Read More

NJ-03: New MacArthur TV Ad rips Kim after WaPo calls out Dem challenger for lying

TOMS RIVER, NJ – A new television spot from the campaign of Congressman Tom MacArthur – “WaPo” – savages Democrat challenger Andy Kim for lying about his national security resume. The ad is up all over the district beginning this Friday. “Voters Read More

#NJSEN: Hugin says Menendez “screwed” N.J. in new TV ad

MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ — It may be coarse, Save Jerseyans, but it’s hard to argue against.  On Wednesday, the Hugin for Senate campaign released its latest television ad titled “Screwed” which highlights incumbent Democrat Bob Menendez’s long history of enriching himself — and Read More

UPDATE: Prominent Hispanic pastor calls on Murphy to act after name added to anti-Guadagno letter without consent

Group attacking Kim Guadagno and her ‘Sanctuary’ ad deserves serious scrutiny UPDATE #2 @ 1:12 p.m. As controversy continues to swirl over Kim Guadagno’s 100% fair and accurate ‘Sanctuary’ television spot, Save Jerseyans, forces affiliated with her Democrat opponent Phil Read More

Guadagno inaugurates fall air war with two new TV spots

With approximately seven weeks left to go before New Jerseyans head to the polls to select Chris Christie’s successor, Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno (R-N.J.) went up this week with two new television ads: one contrast and one “negative.” Watch: – Read More