Tag: ld1

OPINION: Sauro ‘race war’ story more twisted than a corkscrew

By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog The low-blow hits against Republicans in Legislative Districts 1 and 2 keep coming. We’ve seen them from the corrupt  General Majority SuperPAC and its Lady Macbeth-wannabe head honchette, Susan McCue, their Read More

Living in a Land of Lies

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog LD1 Democrat Assembly candidate Bruce Land is getting a big boost from the General Majority PAC this week, Save Jerseyans, as the following radio spot is blasted out across New Jersey’s southernmost battleground legislative Read More

South Jersey Dems behind the McCue-ball in SuperPAC lies

By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog It’s early in New Jersey’s 2015 legislative-election cycle, but not too early for an out-of-state Democratic SuperPAC run by a Jersey girl to throw two lying, hit-piece videos up in Assembly Read More

LD1 race turns into a chase as GOP team demands debate via e-mail

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog LD1 isn’t so much a race as a chase thus far in the Election 2015 cycle, Save Jerseyans. The GOP Assembly ticket in this rare partisan-split district of Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi and Cumberland Read More

LD1 veteran: Van Drew trying to “exploit” veterans “for political gain”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The message from the LD1 GOP ticket on Tuesday was straightforward, Save Jerseyans: we respect our opponents but they don’t know the first thing about job creation. State Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi and Read More

Bramnick heads to LD1 for Assembly Fundraiser

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The path for one of 2017’s prospective GOP gubernatorial contenders runs through 2015’s legislative elections, Save Jerseyans. Next stop: battleground LD1. Next Tuesday, April 14th, Bramnick will headline a $250 per person fundraiser for Assemblyman Read More

LD1 GOP ratifies Fiocchi-Sauro ticket; Donohue says they’ll “complete the job”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog One down. Two to go? The First Legislative District has been a top “target” for both parties going on a decade, but for a period of several years beginning with Election 2007, Republicans were unable Read More