Tag: contract

Cape May doubles-down on its commitment to help ICE

LOWER TOWNSHIP, N.J. – New Jersey may be a ‘sanctuary state’ under Phil Murphy, but a handful of counties continue to go their own way. One of them is the Jersey Shore’s own Cape May County, home of iconic summer Read More

REPORT: Latest Westampton controversy swirls around former fire chief’s contract

One of Burlington County’s few Democrat strongholds looks to once again be a source of political scandal and controversy this election season, Save Jerseyans. This time around? Local elected officials have reportedly asked the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office to investigate alleged issues Read More

CHRISTIE WORLD: Fmr. Corzine Campaign Manager’s Firm (Which Helped Sell Gas Tax Hike) Lands $15 Million Anti-Addiction Campaign

There’s only one party in Trenton, Save Jerseyans. It’s been that way for years. Here’s more proof (which you may’ve missed on Friday): Politico is reporting that the widely-reported upon $15 million public contract for an anti-addiction advertising/public relations campaign Read More

Middletown PBA takes negotiations to Facebook

By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com A rant against Mayor Stephanie Murray and the rest of the Middletown Township Committee was posted anonymously on the business facebook page of the Middletown Township PBA Local 124 yesterday afternoon. Written by “I am a police officer Read More

Feds Clear Christie of Ashbritt Wrongdoing

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The New Jersey Democrat Party’s first major attempt to scandalize the Christie Administration – and politicize Sandy storm recovery – has resulted in a giant goose egg. A federal Department of Homeland Security audit found, Read More

Jersey Shore GOP Cries Foul

Seven Jersey Shore Legislators Say Democrat Ashbritt Hearing “Tainted the Shore’s Recovery with Politics” By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog “Blue” Jersey is predominantly red at the Jersey Shore, Save Jerseyans, and the mostly-Republican legislative delegations representing those counties were less than pleased Read More