Tag: election

Mistake? Hundreds of Somerset County Republicans in a single town received Democrat ballots

BERNARDSVILLE, N.J. – Don’t think remote elections are good policy? Fears that New Jersey’s all (or mostly) mail-in ballot primary election won’t be successful were already validated this week in one Somerset County community. In strongly-Republican Bernardsville, as many as Read More

4 reasons why vote-by-mail elections are still a terrible idea

By Matt Rooney _ New Jersey’s rescheduled July 2020 primary will be conducted mostly by mail. Murphy likes it. The Karens love it. Should you? – Here are four solid, valid, inarguable reasons to oppose this idea: – (1) In-person Read More

Voters in Edison, North Arlington reject school spending proposals

NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. – Residents in three New Jersey municipalities shot down multi-million dollar school district spending proposals on Tuesday. In North Arlington (Bergen), a $10 million security upgrade referendum went down 906 votes to 585. – In Edison (Middlesex), Read More

OPINION: Time to fight back and vote ‘NO’ on more school funding | SPADEA

By Bill Spadea This post originally appeared at NJ 101.5 _ It’s a tough question when the politicians come knocking for more money for our schools. They either try to make you feel guilty about the poor kids in old buildings, Read More

DEMOCRAT DISARRAY: Murphy, Sweeney tensions flare after ugly Election 2019

TRENTON, N.J. – Democrats still control Trenton, but a disappointing statewide showing on Tuesday is deepening already existing wounds within the New Jersey Democrat Party’s power circles. “Let’s be clear: the Democratic Party in New Jersey had a big day Read More