Tag: county

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

Panos calls for probe of Middlesex County Board of Elections

OLD BRIDGE, NJ – Did the Middlesex County Board of Election adopt a partisan process for compensating Election Day help? Middlesex GOP Chairwoman Lucille Panos thinks so, and she’s asking Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey to conduct a formal investigation. She Read More

Holman Wins Bruising Ocean County GOP Chairman’s Race

TOMS RIVER, NJ – The race to succeed George Gilmore as Ocean County’s Republican chairman is over. On Wednesday evening, county committee members and lawyers gathered at the Toms River North High School and elected (via secret ballot) Frank Holman Read More

GOP council president, county chair go to war in Bridgewater

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. – The Republican establishment in New Jersey is undergoing a makeover as of late. Long-time chairmen are retiring. The most influential of the bunch is presently on trial for tax fraud. There’s turnover among elected officials. Primaries are Read More

Unlike Trenton, Republican-run N.J. counties are controlling spending | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ New Jersey’s fiscal crisis is deepening as the FY 2020 budget process limps along at the State House. Wasteful spending is rising, income tax revenue is grinding to a halt, and the will for structural reform 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

With Burlington in Democrat hands? The taxpayer-funded goodies are flowing!

By Matt Rooney _ “Elections have consequences,” Save Jerseyans. We hear it all the time. Usually, the famous admonition refers to stuff like judicial picks or policy shifts.  In New Jersey? The most common “consequences” are cash, jobs, and other Read More