Tag: Andrews

UPDATE: Cobb to Challenge Norcross

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog UPDATE #2 We reconfirmed today’s big CD1 news tonight, Save Jerseyans: our sources were right; Garry Cobb is a candidate for Congress! I caught up with him at the Camden County Republican Committee meeting in Read More

Save Jersey’s Donald Norcross Interview

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Who is Donald Norcross? Everyone wants to know (or at least get to know the family’s most powerful member) now that the relatively low-key 5th Legislative District state senator is the clear favorite to succeed Rob Read More

Andrews: Christie ‘In Vortex’ – Empathizes

By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot At his news conference announcing his resignation from Congress today Representative Rob Andrews (D-NJ) said he can “empathize” with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie because the governor “is in the vortex of some kind some kind Read More

UPDATE: Andrews Will Resign Feb. 18th

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Claiming that an ongoing House ethics inquiry “played no role at all in his decision to resign,” Save Jerseyans, veteran South Jersey Rep. Rob Andrews (D-NJ01) announced his pending resignation today at a presser in Read More

Woody Johnson (and Garry Cobb) in 2014?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Football-related political news heading into your Super Bowl weekend, Save Jerseyans: Time is running out for a decision, but I’m told that the NJ GOP isn’t giving up on one of the few New Jersey Read More

’60 Minutes’ Looks at Andrews, PACs

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The truth of the matter, Save Jerseyans, is that many of things you loathe about politics are actually legal. Steve Lonegan used to call it “institutional corruption,” and both major political parties are purveyors of Read More

NJ Reps Vote Whether to Defund Along Party Lines

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Your GOP House voted to defund ObamaCare today, Save Jerseyans. The overall vote was 230-189 along strict party lines. Click here to view the full roll call. The only Republican to vote “NAY” was Scott Read More

The Most Creative New Jersey Political Ad of 2012

Check out this advertisement for Greg Horton (R-Haddonfield), candidate for Congress in NJ-1; it’s better than most of the pricey productions you’ve seen on the air this cycle, Save Jerseyans: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXiJYMajyYk Shelley Adler should’ve hired whoever produced this! Background: Greg Read More