Tag: fundraising

Booker’s numbers are terrible in the latest 2020 poll

NEWARK, N.J. – Is Cory Booker in danger of going out of the Democrat 2020 primary early? It’s a real danger for New Jersey’s junior senator according to the latest polling. _ On Tuesday, Monmouth University Polling released new data Read More

Did Van Drew really not try at fundraising? His FEC disclosure raises doubts.

By Matt Rooney _ Freshman Congressman Jeff Van Drew (D, NJ-02) really crapped the bed with his Q1 fundraising, Save Jerseyans, hauling in only $120,556 when fellow Freshman Mikie Sherrill (D, NJ-11) and Andy Kim (D, NJ-03) raised over half Read More

NRCC says Van Drew “should quit now” after awful fundraising numbers

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. – Freshman Congress Jeff Van Drew (D, NJ-02) pulled in a pitiful $120,556 in the first quarter of 2019, less than 1/4 of neighboring freshman Democrat Andy Kim and a clear sign of trouble ahead Read More

Congressman Chris Smith raises over $235K in the first quarter

By Art Gallagher _ New Jersey’s only Republican representative in Washington posted a strong fundraising result for the first quarter of the 2020 election cycle. Congressman Chris Smith raised $236,494 in the quarter and has $212,194 cash on hand, New Jersey Globe reports. _ Read More

ELECTION 2020: Booker declares he’s not a socialist

NEWARK, N.J. – Despite embracing the Green New Deal and free savings accounts, Cory Booker insists he’s not a socialist. Booker’s declaration came Monday night on Hardball with Chris Matthews: _ _ “I am not a socialist,” Booker told MSNBC Read More

Despite anti-Webber cash onslaught, RCP moves NJ-11 from ‘lean Dem’ to ‘toss up’

By The Staff _ Conservative Assemblyman Jay Webber (R-26) has been outspent in NJ-11, a traditionally Republican district, by a nearly 3-to-1 margin this cycle by Democrat Mikie Sherrill as of the latest FEC report, a discrepancy likely to get Read More

OOPS: Leading N.J. Democrat House Hopefuls Are Campaign Finance Hypocrites

By Matt Rooney _ When it sounds too good to be true, Save Jerseyans? It usually is. Especially in the twisted, mixed-up, and rarely transparent world of electoral politics. The latest Election 2018 example: Back on March 1, 2018, the Read More