Tag: audio

Cory Almighty “Drove” to Hawaii

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Cory Booker (D-Twitter) participated in the Senate Democrats’ all-night climate change talkathon on Monday into Tuesday, Save Jerseyans, ’cause shoring up a treasured talking point based on shoddy science is clearly a higher priority than the Read More

Ask the Governor at 7PM

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It’s time for yet another rousing edition of NJ 101.5’s uber-popular ‘Ask the Governor’ program, Save Jerseyans. Christmas edition! Once every month, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie hops behind a radio microphone and fields Read More

Christie On GOP’s Candidate Problem

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Here’s what Governor Christie had to say about the GOP’s “branding” problem during a Tuesday visit to Vermont, Save Jerseyans. In short, we don’t have one. It’s a candidate problem in his estimation. Listen (h/t Read More

Ask the Governor at 7PM

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It’s time for another rousing edition of NJ 101.5’s uber-popular ‘Ask the Governor’ program, Save Jerseyans. Once every month, Chris Christie gets behind a radio microphone and takes your questions. Monday’s appearance is the Read More

Meet Lee Holtzman

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog He’s the man who some insiders think can upset and defeat state Sen. Dick Codey (D-27) on Tuesday, Save Jerseyans. Meet Lee Holtzman: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3M46teVLuAM Want to read/hear/see more 2013 candidate interviews? Click here.

Meet Sean Di Somma

By Nicole Sanders | The Save Jersey Blog One of this year’s most closely watched municipal races is in the Monmouth County community of Red Bank, Save Jerseyans, where the embattled county Democrat organization is struggling to preserve a foothold in the GOP-dominated Read More

Meet Jon Bramnick

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog He’s a key figure in the New Jersey Republican Party’s pursuit of legislative gains, Save Jerseyans, and he’s determined to end Election 2013 on a high note. Now there’s at least some tangible indication that Read More