Tag: LD38

REPORT: LD38’s Cappola exits race

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The hits just keep on coming for NJ GOP’ers, Save Jerseyans. PolitickerNJ‘s JT Aregood reports that Cappola’s somewhat compulsory decision came about, allegedly, “after a book written by Cappola came to light, revealing inflammatory statements Read More

LD38 Beat: DiPisa and Cappola question if opponents are waiting on Lou Greenwald

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog LD38 is continuing to heat up, Save Jerseyans, taking its place alongside LD1 and LD2 as Election 2015’s likely most-competitive Assembly battlegrounds. The latest: on Tuesday, GOP running mates Mark DiPisa and Anthony Read More

Scarpa’s (Very) Late Surge in LD38

LD38 Assembly Challenger Significantly Narrows Gap in Cliffhanger Recount; Eustace Clinging to 36 Vote Lead By Matthew Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog As Christmas approaches and snow blankets the Garden State, most of my fellow Save Jerseyans probably are thinking of the Read More

A Tale of Two Assembly Seats

Amodeo Concedes in LD2 While Scarpa Gains Ground in LD38 By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog A quick Election 2013 recount update for those of you retaining some stomach lining: Fading Republican hopes of a successful legal challenge in LD2 were Read More

LD1 GOP Cheers Albano’s Defeat

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog “Arrogant” Nelson Albano’s defeat has been a long time in coming, Save Jerseyans. Cape May County GOP Chair Mike Donohue celebrated what might be the Assembly GOP’s only 2013 win this morning: “We have been Read More

Uncertainty Persists in LD38

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Updated 9:52 a.m. As of right now, Save Jerseyans, the NJ GOP can only confirm its gain of one Assembly seat (down in LD1). Up in the 38th Legislative District, as of last night, the Read More

Meet Fernando Alonso

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Every Republican leader from TK2 on down, consultant or amateur prognosticator of any consequence ranks LD38 among the NJ GOP’s top opportunities for legislative pick ups, Save Jerseyans, and Chris Christie is directly investing in Read More