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Tuesday, October 17th: Your last day to register to vote in New Jersey

If you’re planning on participating in this November 7th’s election, Save Jerseyans, then you need to hop on it.  Your deadline to register to vote is this Tuesday, October 17th. SOME county registration offices and municipal clerks will have extended evening hours into tonight. You cannot register online; N.J. residents must mail or hand deliver […]

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N.J. continues to use easily hacked voting machines

By Aaron Sankin, Reveal This story was originally published by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting, a nonprofit news organization based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn more at revealnews.org and subscribe to the Reveal podcast, produced with PRX, at revealnews.org/podcast.


Democrats’ Nightmare Menendez Scenario Might Be Coming True

Okay. At this point, Save Jerseyans? After the state rested, and the federal judge has indicated that he’s considering throwing out MOST of the federal criminal charges facing U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D, N.J.) this upcoming Monday? Democrats across New Jersey (and especially down in South Jersey), as well as those in Washington, D.C. who […]

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VIDEO: Schepisi discusses career, aneurysm in new campaign spot

Asw. Holly Schepisi (R-39) underwent emergency brain surgery back in March 2015 after doctors discovered an aneurysm.  With Democrats targeting her traditionally red district this fall (part of a turf war between statewide factions), Schepisi launched her first ever campaign ad on Monday highlighting her family, legal career, and treatment for a brain aneurysm at the […]

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CNN vs. Russia: The Battle We’ve All Been Waiting For

In a bizarre twist in the Russia-Trump collusion narrative, Russia’s media and communications regulator accused CNN International of violating Russian law, and CNN is fighting back. “CNN International routinely violates Russian legislation,” a spokesman for the Russian federal communications watchdog Roskomnadzor, Vadim Ampelonsky, said Friday, according to Russia Today. “Such breaches are common,” Ampelonsky said, […]


Guadagno inaugurates fall air war with two new TV spots

With approximately seven weeks left to go before New Jerseyans head to the polls to select Chris Christie’s successor, Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno (R-N.J.) went up this week with two new television ads: one contrast and one “negative.” Watch: – – Transcript: Growing up, my family lived paycheck to paycheck. We moved at least twelve […]

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REPORT: 600+ noncitizens registered to vote in New Jersey

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) released a study this week — Garden State Gotcha: How Opponents of Citizenship Verification for Voting Are Putting New Jersey’s Noncitizens at Risk of Deportation — and the results are eye-opening, Save Jerseyans, particularly as New Jersey voters prepare to elect a new governor. PILF conducted a six-month review of New Jersey counties’ voter […]

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North Arlington GOP aims at November comeback

After a surprisingly disappointing Election 2016 result, North Arlington Republicans opened their new headquarters Friday night with plenty of fanfare. The strength of the local party always plays a crucial role in election outcomes for a town where Democrats outnumber Republicans 3-1. This year? Control of the council in the smallish southern Bergen County community is […]

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OPINION: Track Records Matter in 2017

New Jersey will be choosing one of two paths in less than 90 days as Kim Guadagno and Phil Murphy go head to head for Trenton’s top job.  This election comes at a pivotal time in New Jersey when public pensions and school funding are plaguing our budget all while residents and businesses are fleeing […]

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NJEA PAC Announces Its Picks for 2017 Legislative Races

Its influence both symbolic and real, the New Jersey Education Association’s PAC this weekend finalized the last of the powerful union’s political endorsements for the November legislative races – with some notable picks and some notable omissions. Overall, the endorsements by the 125-member PAC committee skewed far to the Democratic side, following a historical pattern […]



REPORT: New Jersey won’t fully comply with Trump’s election integrity initiative

New Jersey is apparently adopting a non-committal approach to President Donald Trump’s request for individual voters’ information: BREAKING: NJ will not fully comply with @realDonaldTrump's voter commission on election integrity. @CruzNJTV has the full story tonight. pic.twitter.com/UhOiN9qj8s — NJTV News (@NJTVNews) July 5, 2017 — The “non-public” information requested included the last four digits of […]

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Shades of Shundler in this fall’s Hoboken Mayoral Election?

What was looking like a competitive but sleepy election in Hoboken was set on fire by this week’s announcement by incumbent Mayor Dawn Zimmer (who had the backing of Brian Stack) that she would not seek re-election. Zimmer, the mayor famously could not figure out when, where and if she discussed disaster relief funding with […]

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Noncitizen illegal vote number higher than estimated

A research group in New Jersey has taken a fresh look at postelection polling data and concluded that the number of noncitizens voting illegally in U.S. elections is likely far greater than previous estimates. As many as 5.7 million noncitizens may have voted in the 2008 election, which put Barack Obama in the White House. […]