Tag: midterm

Why I’m voting Republican (as an Independent) in 2018. | Gonzalèz

By Rev. Mario Gonzalèz _ I am an independent. That said, during the last presidential election I found myself making a hard decision and voting for someone I found morally reprehensible for the sole reason that I, as a Christian attorney, Read More

POLITICO: How a former top Christie aide orchestrated Trump’s midterm strategy

By The Staff _ It’s been a roller coaster career for New Jersey native Bill Stepien, the 40-year old White House Political Director for the Trump Administration. The talented young political operative out-worked his peers to reach the highest levels Read More

Regardless of what happens next Tuesday? “History” is unlikely. | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ The “one week out” mark is a good time for a deep breath and some much needed perspective, Save Jerseyans. Let’s review: Democrats gained 26 U.S. House seats in 1982, Ronald Reagan’s first midterm; the economy Read More

Cook moves NJ-11 into the toss-up column

Ominous news this morning for the House Appropriations Chairman and scion of a storied New Jersey political family, Save Jerseyans, but nothing anyone watching this year’s Midterm cycle taking shape couldn’t have told you months ago: – New @CookPolitical ratings: Read More