Tag: cardinale

Cardinale endorses Lonegan in NJ-05

HACKENSACK, NJ — State Senator Gerry Cardinale (R-39) has endorsed former Bogota Mayor and perennial candidate for higher office Steve Lonegan in the developing primary contest for New Jersey’s Fifth Congressional District. “Steve Lonegan has been a tireless champion of the Republican Read More

PAX BERGENA? DiGaetano, Cardinale Enter Into Non-Aggression Pact

It’s been years since there was a grand attempt at Bergen County GOP unity, Save Jerseyans. Take #2? On Monday afternoon, a joint letter was released by BCRO Chairman Paul DiGaetano and State Senate Gerald Cardinale (R-39) suggesting an end to Read More

Under Three Months to Go: It’s N.J. Primary Race Rating Time!

This post’s title is self-explanatory so let’s dive right in, Save Jerseyans…. — GOP Gubernatorial Primary Status: Lean Guadagno  Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno is the undeniable favorite in a race featuring four (4) other challengers to date: Asm. Jack Ciattarelli, Read More

Guadagno, Corrado and McCann Prevail in Passaic

Convention season is busy season, Save Jerseyans. Tonight at the Passaic Screening Committee: Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno prevailed over Jack Ciattarelli for the line. Passaic Clerk Kristin Corrado overcame Bergen Chairman Paul DiGaetano in the LD40 Senate fight. Former Councilman John Read More

POLL: Cardinale or McCann in LD39?

There are a ton of primary battles this year, Save Jerseyan, but only one sitting Republican State Senator is facing a serious challenge. Gerald Cardinale (R-39) needs to hold off veteran party operative and former Cresskill Councilman John McCann this spring Read More

EXCLUSIVE: McCann to Primary Cardinale in LD39

Bergen County will see at least two State Senate primaries this spring on the Republican side of the aisle, Save Jerseyans. Earlier this week, Bergen GOP Chairman Paul DiGaetano announced his intention to challenge Passaic Clerk Kristin Corrado for the Read More

N.J. Moves to Let More Retired Cops Carry Handguns

Legislation sponsored by state Senator Gerald Cardinale (R-39), which would allow retired law enforcement officials to obtain a handgun carry permit, advanced out of the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee on Monday. “We already allow many retired officers to carry Read More

N.J. Senator demands sick leave reform after $440k Englewood Cliffs payout

A report that Englewood Cliffs’s former Deputy Police Chief is getting more than $441,000 in payouts, a sum which includes almost $120,000 in exchange for 150 unused sick days, has some legislators clamoring for long-neglected sick leave reforms. “Sick days are there to Read More