Tag: albano

$500 and an Assembly Seat

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog That’s what lying to the 200,000+ residents of New Jersey’s First Legislative District and trying to destroy a state trooper’s reputation will cost you, Save Jerseyans. The Joint Legislative Committee on Ethical Standards (finally) acted Read More

LD1 GOP Cheers Albano’s Defeat

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog “Arrogant” Nelson Albano’s defeat has been a long time in coming, Save Jerseyans. Cape May County GOP Chair Mike Donohue celebrated what might be the Assembly GOP’s only 2013 win this morning: “We have been Read More

Heartstrings and Purse Strings

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Appeals to the heart are always the last resort for politicians who can’t hope to deceive your mind, Save Jerseyans. Incumbent New Jersey Democrats are putting on a masters course this fall. Faced with the uncertainty Read More

The Guv Wades Into LD1

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie is starting to appear in ads for politicians who aren’t him, Save Jerseyans. Check out what’s up on the air down in the hotly-contested First Legislative District: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIo9VHSSGZw There types of ads Read More

Meet Kristine Gabor and Sam Fiocchi

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We’re continuing our whirlwind interview tour around the Garden State, Save Jerseyans, with Election 2013 less than two weeks away and Democrat special interests spending huge money to defeat legislative Republican challengers. Here’s my interview Read More

New TV Spot Slams Van Drew, Albano

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog With Election Day less than one month away, Save Jerseyans, the LD1 GOP is taking aim at incumbents Sen. Jeff Van Drew and Asm. Nelson Albano for their conduct subsequent to the Troopergate scandal: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNYEvZMAm9s Read More

Meet Susan Adelizzi-Schmidt

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Regular Save Jersey readers are all-too-familiar with LD1 and its reprehensible Democrat representatives. Political watchers on both sides of the aisle still consider all three legislators to be among the state’s most vulnerable incumbents this Read More