Tag: red bank

Even after Steinle verdict? N.J. Democrat tells rally: Sanctuary State is a ‘welcoming word’

Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-Middlesex), a former Democrat primary gubernatorial hopeful, rallied in Red Bank on Friday night and doubled-down on his parties’ push to turn New Jersey into a so-called ‘Sanctuary State’ in defiance of federal law. ‘We have to make Read More

Beck Rallies For Overtaxed, Underfunded Suburban School Districts at Newark Hearing

State Senator Jennifer Beck (R-11) is making school funding a central plank of her 2017 reelection campaign platform, Save Jerseyans, so she showed up with Monmouth County education leaders ready to fight at today’s public budget hearing conducted by the Senate Budget & Read More

UPDATE: GOP prevails in Red Bank recount

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog The tight contest between Democrat Councilman Michael DuPont and Republican newcomer Michael Whelan is officially over, Save Jerseyans. Whelan increased his narrow single-digit victory margin in a Friday morning recount initiated by DuPont who told MoreMonmouthMusings he Read More

DiSomma: sore loser Red Bank Dems “try to make 2+2=5”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Despite a historic albeit close loss on Election Day, Save Jerseyans, Red Bank Democrats (who’ve lost consecutive municipal elections in a clear rejection of their governing tenure by the voters) have decided Read More

THE LIST: Rooney’s Election 2015 New Jersey races to watch

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Happy Election Day, Save Jerseyans! Bored of presidential coverage? Fear not, fellow political junkies: there are tons of races to watch on this bright and unseasonably warm first Tuesday in November notwithstanding Read More

UPDATE: Red Bank Council President Art Murphy To Resign, Will Not Seek Another Term

By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Red Bank Council President Art Murphy told MoreMonmouthMusings that he will resign from the borough council and he will not stand for reelection in November. He expects to submit his resignation by Wednesday of next week. “Yes, Read More