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NJGOP Chairman admonishes his own party: stop being PC and start defending legal gun owners

TRENTON, N.J. – The New Jersey Assembly Judiciary Committee advanced eight bills on Thursday designed to make the Garden State’s gun control laws even more restrictive. NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt not only criticized the legislation but also members of his Read More

LD8: NJGOP teams with Peters for anti-rain tax video

TRENTON, N.J. – NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt cut an anti-rain tax video with Asm. Ryan Peters (R-8), and the pair released their work product on Monday. The significance: Peters (who is encouraging towns to pass resolutions opposing the new law Read More

The NJGOP Says This Democrat House Hopeful’s Radical Allies May Be Skirting N.J. Election Law

TRENTON, N.J. — Democrat Andy Kim (D, NJ-03) is having a rougher start to spring than winter-wearing New Jerseyans grappling with snow storm damage and power outages.  On Friday, New Jersey Republican State Committee (NJGOP) Chairman and Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Cappelli attorney Doug Steinhardt Read More

Steinhardt’s retooled N.J. GOP rolls out new staff

TRENTON, N.J. — Newly-minted N.J. GOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt unveiled his list of staffers on Friday, marking the latest step in the Warren County Republican chairman and attorney’s efforts to breathe new life into his organization. Five central positions, and Read More

NJGOP 2018: Steinhardt issues statement declaring Bramnick doesn’t speak for his organization

Assemblyman GOP Minority Leader Jon Bramnick (R-Union) raised eyebrows and instigated heated backroom debate last week when he announced a forthcoming “Rally the Reasonable” tour designed to showcase what he believes should be a ‘kinder’ trajectory for the post-Christie New Read More

New NJGOP chairman throws a punch, calls Murphy’s treasury pick “a disappointing indicator”

Newly-minted NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt is taking the reins of a badly-damaged state party, Save Jerseyans, but on Wednesday, he did something that the party hadn’t done since Jay Webber left the post early in Chris Christie’s first term… …throw Read More