Tag: christine hanlon

Monmouth GOP Chair Race Suddenly Gets Interesting

Until yesterday, Save Jerseyans, it looked like Monmouth attorney Christine Hanlon might take over for departing GOP Chairman Joe Oxley without encountering significant opposition. But this is the New Jersey Republican Party. It can never be THAT easy! Three legislators Read More

5 of 12 Monmouth Legislators Endorse Hanlon for GOP Chair

Five of twelve state legislators representing segments of Monmouth County have endorsed Christine Hanlon’s bid for the country GOP chairmanship. You can click here to read the endorsement letter in pdf format, Save Jerseyans. The letter’s signatories include Senator Jennifer Beck, Assemblywoman Read More

“I Have the Experience Needed to Carry Us Forward”

Dear Fellow Republicans, As you may know, the Monmouth County Republican Committee Reorganization will take place on June 12, 2012 at the Colts Neck High School at 7pm. I am formally announcing my candidacy for County Chair so that we can continue Read More

UPDATE: Hanlon Rolls Out Support from 394 of 768 Monmouth Committee Members

Monmouth County attorney and GOP State Committeewoman Christine Hanlon formally announced her candidacy to succeed Joe Oxley on Monday afternoon. She certainly wasting no time getting her ducks in a row, Save Jerseyans. Today, Hanlon’s team rolled out a list of twenty-six GOP municipal Read More

Hanlon Formally Announces Bid for Monmouth GOP Chairmanship

Monmouth GOP State Committeewoman, Ocean Township Municipal Chair and local attorney Christine Hanlon. The contest to decide what a post-Oxley Monmouth Republican Party will look like officially kicked off today, Save Jerseyans. Monmouth attorney and State Committeewoman Christine Hanlon formally announced her Read More

Times are a-Changin’ for the Bergen, Passaic and Monmouth Republican Establishments

Win, lose or draw this November, Save Jerseyans, three HUGELY important counties for next year’s gubernatorial contest are primed to experience large-scale Republican leadership transitions in June. How each intra-party contest shakes out will affect taxpayers in all twenty-one counties. Read More