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Turnout will determine the LD 30 Assembly race

If a quorum of the the 30th district GOP County Committee members show up at the convention at the IBEW Local #400 union hall tonight, a new member of the State Assembly will be elected.   122 Committee members must Read More

Singer Endorses Flancbaum In LD 30 Assembly Race

Senator Robert Singer answered Assemblyman Sean Kean’s endorsement of former Wall Township Mayor Ned Thomson to replace Dave Rible in the State Assembly and on the ballot in November with an endorsement of Justin Flancbaum, the Executive Director of the Lakewood Municipal Read More

Field of Five Seeks To Replace Rible In The NJ State Assembly

Five candidates have emerged to fill the vacancy in the State Assembly in the 30th Legislative District created by Dave Rible’s resignation to become the Director of the Alcohol Beverage Commission. Rible, 49 of Wall Township, was the Assembly Republican Read More

Republican Assembly Members Should Vote Against Gas Tax Hike

By Art Gallagher This column is for my Republican friends in the Assembly, especially those from Monmouth County. Dave Rible, Rob Clifton, Sean Kean, Monmouth Republican Assembly Members who voted for gas tax in June, and Declan O’Scanlon who didn’t Read More

Bramnick, Kean re-elected to leadership posts

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog On Thursday afternoon, notwithstanding the anticipated net loss of four Assembly seats in Tuesday’s legislative elections, Assembly Republican members unanimously to re-elected GOP Leader Jon Bramnick for a third term at the post. Assemblyman Dave Read More

N.J. GOP Assemblyman demands PARCC spying investigation

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog At least one Republican is demanding answers after it was revealed that Pearson and the New Jersey Department of Education were monitoring students’ social media activity during the Assessment of Readiness for College Read More

Assembly Passes New Magazine Limit

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The New Jersey Assembly struck yet another blow against the rule of law today, Save Jerseyans, by passing both A-2006 (a 10-round limit on the capacity of gun magazines) and A-2777 (defines “reasonable deviation” in Read More