Tag: GOP

Becchi poised to end NJ-07 campaign in favor of NJ-11 run

By Matt Rooney _ There’s a major shake-up afoot on this year’s New Jersey House race landscape. On Sunday, Rosemary Becchi – the attorney and tax reform advocate currently running for the GOP nomination in NJ-07 – indicated she’s on Read More

Burlco GOP follows Steinhardt’s lead, prohibits NDAs for county-backed campaigns

MT. HOLLY, N.J. – The Burlington County Republican Party is responding affirmatively to NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt’s call to ban non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) on all state Republican campaigns. “Female candidates, party leaders, campaign staff and volunteers make our party better Read More

GOP councilman helps Democrats defy voters’ will, seize control in Galloway

GALLOWAY, N.J. – It’s been 15 years since Democrats controlled Galloway Township’s government. Last November, Galloway Republicans won three seats with the lowest vote-getting GOP candidate besting the top vote-getting Democrat by well over 1,000 votes. The GOP maintains a Read More

VIDEO: Triumphant Phillipsburg GOP celebrates its total takeover at reorg

PHILLIPSBURG, N.J. – It’s reorganization day in New Jersey when many local governments gather to swear in new governmental body members and appoint municipal professionals.  Republicans relished a big night in Phillipburg as the local GOP formally took control of municipal Read More

ELECTION 2020: Christie predicts three GOP House pick-ups in N.J.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Former Governor Chris Christie is feeling bullish where the New Jersey GOP’s general election prospects are concerned. On Sunday’s edition of ABC’s “This Week” round table, Christie declared that impeachment could flip three seats in the Garden Read More

South Jersey Republicans see a hypothetical Van Drew party switch as “a slap in the face”

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. – South Jersey Republicans may soon face a once unthinkable dilemma: whether to let freshman U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D, NJ-02) switch parties. David Wildstein of New Jersey Globe stirred the pot on Monday Read More