Tag: freeholder

UPDATE: Freeholders table anti-Sanctuary State resolution in Murphy’s home county

FREEHOLD, N.J. – Monmouth County’s all-Republican freeholder board was set to pass a resolution opposing Sanctuary Statehood on Wednesday evening.  Until they didn’t. The resolution ended up being tabled, a move apparently catalyzed by a posse of pro-illegal immigration protesters Read More

Sanctuary State Opposition on Freeholders Agenda

By Art Gallagher _ A resolution opposing New Jersey’s designation as a Sanctuary State is on the Agenda of the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders June 26, 2019 regular meeting. Read the rest of this entry » –

Spadea to headline Morris County GOP unity event

BOONTON, N.J. – Mid-to-late June is the time for ‘unity breakfasts,’ when partisans of the same party gather to get past (or least try to overcome) the wounds from bruising primaries in expectation of the general election. Morris County almost Read More

Incumbents decisively win renomination in Morris Freeholder fight

MORRISTOWN, NJ – A spirited effort by the challenger ticket was no match for incumbent power on Tuesday night in Morris County’s freeholder fight. Donald Dinsmore (12.20%), William J. Felegi (10.86%) and Catherine Winterfield (12.27%) lost by a wide margin to  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

New Burlington County Democrat majority votes to end ‘double-dipper’ ban

MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. — Burlington County voters who thought the first Democrat-controlled freeholder board in over four decades would make Mount Holly more transparent (and less corrupt) are getting a nasty surprise this morning. On Wednesday, we learned that the new Read More

Battle of Monmouth: Curley faces fresh heat at Monmouth freeholder meeting

FREEHOLD, N.J. — The battle between Monmouth County’s all-Republican freeholder board and one of its members — Freeholder John Curley — continues to rage ahead of a showdown in November. Back in December, outlets reported that Curley was the subject Read More