Tag: Bucco

N.J. Democrats block income tax marriage penalty repeal

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey currently imposes an income tax penalty on Middle Class families earning under $70,000.  During Thursday’s session, Morris County Assemblyman Anthony Bucco’s legislative effort to remove the tax penalty was blocked by Democrats who control the legislature. “The Read More

UPDATED: Webber rolls out more endorsements

On Tuesday: Morris County Surrogate John Pecoraro Morris County Republican State Committeeman & Kinnelon Republican Chair Larry Casha Former Bloomingdale Mayor Anne DuHaime Butler Councilman Stephen Regis Hanover Republican Chair Michael Leone Former Hanover Committeeman Robert Brueno Lincoln Park Councilman Read More

NJ-11 UPDATES: Pennacchio drops out, Webber drops endorsements

There were two major developments in today’s NJ-11 primary race, Save Jerseyans. (1) State Senator Joe Pennacchio (R-26) passed on entering the contest. (2) His district mate, Jay Webber (R-26), dropped a large list of district endorsers forty-eight hours after Read More

Breaking down the shadow primary to replace Frelinghuysen in NJ-11 (as of this morning)

Things can change quickly in a race that’s as wide open and late-forming as this year’s New Jersey 11th Congressional District Republican primary. Very quickly. I know you’re all interested in what’s going on, if for no other reason because Read More

Guadagno Allies Bucco, Cosgrove Sing the Praises of Her Property Tax Pitch

Two of Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno‘s leading North  Jersey supporters offered full-throated endorsements of her “circuit breaker” property tax plan this week.   “Lieutenant Governor Guadagno‘s plan shows she is serious about providing real relief to struggling homeowners,” said Fair Read More

Bucco: Give GOP chance at property tax reform

By Asm. Anthony M. Bucco This post originally appeared in the Daily Record I applaud your newspaper for publishing the “Fight Bank on Property Taxes” editorial bringing attention to New Jersey’s burdensome property tax problem. The editorial board is correct that Read More

Not-so-civil war heats up as GOP Chair, Buccos publicly take sides in Freeholder battle

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog In an interview with Save Jersey back around the time that the PAC angle came to light, in this year’s open Morris County Republican primaries, Chairman John Sette told me that he “nearly Read More