Tag: election 2011

Some (Political) Animals Are More Equal Than Others (in New Jersey)

The Philadephia Inquirer ran an editorial last week arguing FOR Gabriela Mosquera’s admission to the New Jersey State Assembly. We’re still waiting for the NJ Supreme Court’s final word on the matter. The Inquirer’s argument? Who cares if her candidacy Read More

Christie Family Goes ‘All In’ for LD38 Victory

Pundits on both sides of the aisle are trying to gauge Governor Christie’s “seriousness” as his party battles for legislative gains in super-close LD2 and LD38. One powerful indication? If there’s one thing the man is serious about in this Read More

Flashback: For New Jersey’s Unions, It’s a Scalp or Irrelevance on November 8th

Historically low voter turnout on November 8th means virtually anything is possible, Save Jerseyans. A well-organized “off-year” campaign can be expected, within reason, to overcome significant voter registration and campaign finance disadvantages by mobilizing and turning out their superiorly-enthusiastic base Read More