Tag: kim

N.J. Dem House hopefuls need to go on record: would they vote to impeach Kavanaugh?

By Matt Rooney _ The only thing rarer than presidential impeachment is Supreme Court justice impeachment, Save Jerseyans. We’ve impeached two president (Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton) in our nation’s short but busy history. Only Samuel Chase, a Federalist from Read More

Burlco Dems are in an awkward spot with Menendez, Youngkin in their column

MT. HOLLY, N.J. — After many years in the wilderness? This was supposed to be the usually-hapless Burlington County Democrat Party’s big year, riding a wave of anti-Trump sentiment in suburban Burlington County’s larger, rapidly-changing towns like Mount Laurel and Read More

NJ-03: MacArthur strategist says dead heat Monmouth Poll “chooses to ignore the history”

TOMS RIVER, NJ — A new Monmouth University poll showing Republican incumbent Tom MacArthur leading Democrat challenger Andy Kim by just a single point (40% to 41%) has New Jersey politicos talking today, but is it accurate? South Jersey’s senior Republican campaign Read More

NJ-03: Team MacArthur finds GOP energy in Ocean County

TOMS RIVER, N.J. – A blue wave may arrive this November, but it’s nowhere in sight in New Jersey’s deepest red Republican Shore county. On Monday night, Congressman Tom MacArthur (R, NJ-03) met with a full house of Republican supporters Read More

LUNA: Georgia 6th’s Result is Great News for MacArthur

Last night’s major Republican victories in South Carolina and Georgia came as unambiguous good news for a mainstream media-besieged Trump-era Republican Party, Save Jerseyans. Our good friend and NJGOP operative rockstar Frank Luna, District Chief of Staff to Rep. Tom MacArthur (R, Read More

Guadagno’s Husband Was Required to Notify Her of His Retirement. Here’s How He Did It….

Some of you may recall that New Jersey Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno‘s husband is a New Jersey state court judge. Quite the power couple, right? In any event, Honorable Michael A. Guadagno has been a member of the New Jersey Superior Court’s Appellate Read More