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THE LIST: Rooney’s Election 2015 New Jersey races to watch

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Happy Election Day, Save Jerseyans! Bored of presidential coverage? Fear not, fellow political junkies: there are tons of races to watch on this bright and unseasonably warm first Tuesday in November notwithstanding Read More

Long-time Democrat abandons Hornik in fierce Marlboro contest

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Is the tide turning against Democrats in a key Monmouth community? Former Marlboro Democrat Club President Patrick Kelly made waves this week when he endorsed a Republican, John Dwyer, in this year’s Read More

Is Marlboro in play?

By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Labor Day is still a week off, but the political season is already underway in the most unlikely place; Marlboro Township where Democratic incumbents Mayor Jon Hornik and Councilwoman Randi Marder are running for their Read More

Hornik’s Republican Administration in Marlboro is Gopal’s top 2015 priority

By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Desperate to be a player and for a victory of any kind, Monmouth County Democratic Chairman Vin Gopal told a gathering of statewide Democrats in Freehold on Wednesday evening that Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik’s reelection Read More

Goldberg seeks to challenge Hornik in Marlboro

By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings Ira Goldberg, a 36 year resident of Marlboro Township was in Atlantic City on Monday seeking support for Monmouth County Republicans present for his bid to unseat Marlboro Township’s Democratic mayor, Jonathan Hornik. Goldberg’s son Brian, a Read More

Marlboro Council Passes Political Sign Restrictions

By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Over the objections of citizens who urged them not to restrict their 1st Amendment Rights and to avoid expensive litigation, the Marlboro Township Council unanimously passed an ordinance that prohibits the placement of temporary political signs on public property and Read More

Marlboro’s Yard Sign Flap

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Yard signs are often as controversial as the politicians that they advertise, Save Jerseyans. Yes, they’re one of the clearest physical manifestations of free speech, but many residents also view them as indistinguishable from litter when they’re left Read More

Hornik For Governor?

By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com When the news broke that Marlboro Mayor Jonathan Hornik was eyeing a run for governor,  he asked for MoreMonmouthMusings’ endorsement.So here goes: MoreMonmouthMusings hereby endorses Mayor Jonathan Hornik for the Democratic nomination for governor in Read More