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A race that could change everything? Mailers, Big Labor invade Morris in final hours

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I’m going to put together a more comprehensive “races to watch” list for you before next Tuesday, Save Jerseyans, but the civil war in Morris County is almost certain to top the Read More

Not-so-civil war heats up as GOP Chair, Buccos publicly take sides in Freeholder battle

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog In an interview with Save Jersey back around the time that the PAC angle came to light, in this year’s open Morris County Republican primaries, Chairman John Sette told me that he “nearly Read More

Morris Sheriff backs Cesaro slate as Democrat/labor cash continues to pour into the county

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Eight-term Morris Sheriff Edward Rochford is taking sides in this spring’s brutal freeholder primary, Save Jerseyans. “In my 23 years in county government, I have never witnessed a more dysfunctional Freeholder board Read More

Bach backs Smith in Morris GOP Freeholder fight

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We have another endorsement in the bare-knuckle brawl that is this year’s open Morris County GOP freeholder primary, Save Jerseyans. “Deborah Smith has demonstrated a deep and longstanding commitment to the Second Amendment,” said Read More

Cesaro’s Morris team hits back, charges hypocrisy, but questions still remain

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog How is the Cesaro-Myers-Tedesco team running in Morris County’s open GOP primary reacting to the curious flood of Democrat money (you read a disturbing new wrinkle here on Wednesday) coming to their aid? Read More

UPDATE: N.J. Democrat money converges on the Morris GOP’s primary cycle

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Plenty of stomach-churning campaign finance-related allegations have been thrown around in Morris County this primary season centering, specifically, on the open Republican county freeholder and Parsippany municipal primary contests. The problem, Save Jerseyans? Read More