Tag: Santorum

HAIL MARY: Christie launches TV Ad mocking Santorum to bring down Rubio

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie‘s presidential campaign continued to throw the kitchen sink at Marco Rubio on Thursday afternoon, Save Jerseyans, even as new polling out of New Hampshire suggested that the New Jerseyan’s Read More

Walker wins Northeast GOP straw poll

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The three-day Northeast Leadership Conference is underway in Philadelphia, Save Jerseyans, one which will be relatively well-attended by Republican leaders and national candidate from inside the Northeast and beyond.  This year’s straw poll Read More

One year out, Christie running 4th in New Hampshire

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We’re exactly one year out from the February 9, 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary, Save Jerseyans, and the latest Saint Anselm/Bloomberg Politics New Hampshire poll has Jeb Bush on top sans Mitt Romney: Read More

Fifteen People Who Should Disappear In 2015

By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot Let’s face it: Some people have really overstayed their welcome this year. They’ve simply been in our faces far too much. Some of them have been around a long time, some not so long. Some Read More

2016: A Lifetime Away

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I’m the last person in the world who would suggest that we shouldn’t discuss Election 2016 despite the fact that it’s two years away, Save Jerseyans. Governor Chris Christie looks like the early front-runner according Read More

CNN Poll: Christie Angst Persists

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog An increasingly bitter and desperate Buono campaign sent out a fundraising solicitation this weekend to its supporters, Save Jerseyans; they’re looking for funds to launch a TV ad to combat “a radical Tea Party governor Read More

Some Republicans Determined to Flirt with Disaster

Ahead of yesterday’s epic loss in Illinois, the campaign of Rick Santorum held a telephone call with media outlets that, according to at least one major international paper, was characterized by “a lot of bluster, tortured logic and creative thinking but Read More