Tag: LD38

SOURCE: LD38 GOP will back young guns Kazimir, DiPiazza for Assembly

By Matt Rooney _ Bergen Republicans reportedly have their team for the county’s most historically competitive legislative district. According to a reliable source with knowledge of LD38 decision-making, Republicans have coalesced around two young guns: Rochelle Park Mayor Mike Kazimir Read More

Langschultz is giving Gordon a tough fight in LD38, and the incumbent’s reaction is ‘deplorable’

Bob Gordon (D-38) is growing desperate down the final stretch of Election 2017, Save Jerseyans. Desperate may actually be an understatement. While Republicans mostly see a neck-and-neck race, Gordon clearly thinks he’s behind or at least slipping badly. Gordon confirmed Read More

Bergen pastor-turned-Assembly candidate says it’s time for Trenton to prioritize God

Saddle Brook-based LD38 Assembly candidate and Christian pastor Christopher Wolf is talking a lot about taxes, NJ Transit, and other issues North Jersey voters are chattering about this cycle. Wolf, who preaches at First Reformed Church of Saddle Brook, nevertheless Read More

LD38 News: Mahwah’s Cucciniello joins Leonard Assembly effort

Fresh off his official nomination last week, Glen Rock Councilman Bill Leonard has hired his first campaign staffer. Alex Cucciniello, 20, of Mahwah, has been hired to run the day-to-day operations of the campaign. Cucciniello is returning to New Jersey Read More

Leonard lands LD38 ticket slot on second try

The second time’s the charm in LD38, Save Jerseyans. After failing to secure a quorum last month, 38th Legislative District Republicans gathered on Wednesday night and selected Glen Rock Councilman Bill Leonard to¬†replace traitorous former Assembly candidate Matt Seymour. 136 Read More

LD38 Dems shouldn’t throw stones in their glass house

LD38 Democrats had a bit of fun this week mocking their Republican counterparts, Save Jerseyans, after the GOP failed to get a quorum to replace traitorous former Assembly candidate Matt Seymour. Forces backing Glen Rock Councilman Bill Leonard couldn’t turn Read More