Tag: Bergen

Bergen Republican legislators, candidates split with county GOP over Saudino

HACKENSACK, NJ – The Bergen County GOP’s curious decision to embrace its turncoat former Sheriff Mike Saudino – forced to resign for bigoted statements after his defection to the Democrat Party – drew a major backlash on Thursday from the Read More

Back in the Bergen GOP fold, Saudino also donated to the 2019 Morris Democrat sheriff candidate

HACKENSACK, N.J. – Former Bergen Sheriff Mike Saudino abandoned the GOP for the Democrat Party; then he was forced to resign in disgrace after being caught on tape using bigoted slurs. This week he was publicly re-embraced by the Bergen Read More

Election 2019: GOP’s Cericola announces Bergen freeholder campaign

HACKENSACK, N.J. – Millennial Republican Katie Cericola will run for Bergen County freeholder this cycle. Known to some Save Jersey readers for her Millennial Minute guest video posts and her recent co-authored millennial ‘response’ to AOC, Cericola – age 24 Read More

Schmelz decries ex-Republican Saudino’s “hate and ignorance” caught on audio tape

HACKENSACK, N.J. — It was almost three years ago that Michael Saudino, popular Republican Bergen County Sheriff, helped solidify the GOP’s county-wide slide by switching allegiances to the then-insurgent Democrats.  The move proved that the turncoat lawman’s principles were, at Read More

LD25: Combat veteran Bergen wants to run for Carroll’s seat

By Matt Rooney _ The first candidate to succeed Michael Patrick Carroll — the LD25 conservative Republican Assemblyman who New Jersey Globe reported on Monday is not seeking reelection — is putting his name into circulation, Save Jerseyans. Brian Bergen Read More

Poised to serve as BCRO Deputy Chair, Di Piazza continues meteoric rise in county politics

HACKENSACK, N.J. — The last few years (decade?) has not been particularly kind to the Bergen County Republican Organization. Infighting and momentous strength of the Democrats have led to the party being shut out of county government. That’s not to Read More