Tag: ELEC

LD8: Norcross, Sweeney-tied unions donate thousands to GOP Assemblyman Howarth

EVESHAM TWP, N.J. – Assemblyman Joe Howarth (R-8) lost the party line in this year’s primary election after Republicans (and some Democrats) accused him of trying to switch parties in the wake of Senator Dawn Addiego’s defection to the Democrats. Read More

The NJGOP Says This Democrat House Hopeful’s Radical Allies May Be Skirting N.J. Election Law

TRENTON, N.J. — Democrat Andy Kim (D, NJ-03) is having a rougher start to spring than winter-wearing New Jerseyans grappling with snow storm damage and power outages.  On Friday, New Jersey Republican State Committee (NJGOP) Chairman and Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Cappelli attorney Doug Steinhardt Read More

Phil Murphy’s Outrageous Campaign Spending: As Effective As Jeb Bush’s?

One of the most interesting story lines of New Jersey’s Election 2017 might ultimately prove to be how utterly ineffective (at least to date) the presumptive Democrat nominee’s campaign spending has been. Don’t take my word for it. Look at Read More

More Parisi-Related Drama in Englewood Cliffs?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Some people just can’t get out of their own way, Save Jerseyans. Such is the case with Joseph Parisi, the Mayor of Englewood Cliffs, who landed in the newspapers this summer for Read More

Kean Crafts Bill to Place Pay-to-Play Restrictions on Big Labor

Our friend and State Senate GOP Leader Tom Kean, Jr. (R-Union) is introducing legislation that would, in his office’s words, “apply the same restrictions on campaign contributions and activity that currently exist for other government service providers to labor unions under contract, Read More

Save the Drama for Your Mama, Morris County Republicans!

A razor thin victory margin. Improper campaign contributions. Allegations of the court system “stealing” an election. And Indian voters casting ballots in Gujarati? The good citizens of Morris County, New Jersey aren’t used to this much election drama. It’s a predictably Read More