Tag: Vote

OPINION: Time to fight back and vote ‘NO’ on more school funding | SPADEA

By Bill Spadea This post originally appeared at NJ 101.5 _ It’s a tough question when the politicians come knocking for more money for our schools. They either try to make you feel guilty about the poor kids in old buildings, Read More

NJ-05: GOP opponent says Gottheimer tried “to cater to Nancy Pelosi” with impeachment vote

MAHWAH, N.J. – Frank Pallotta, one of the New Jersey Republican candidates seeking his party’s 2020 nomination in the Fifth Congressional District, had harsh words for his district’s Democrat incumbent Josh Gottheimer following Halloween’s House impeachment vote. “Josh Gottheimer showed Read More

TRICK, NO TREAT: House Dems pass partisan impeachment resolution, 232-196

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In a vote that fell almost entirely along party lines, House Democrats finally took a public step on Halloween to begin formal impeachment proceedings on Capitol Hill. The moves comes after many days of secret hearings and Read More

Malinowski insists secret impeachment info makes it “harder to defend the president’s conduct”

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The secret impeachment hearing underway beneath the U.S. Capitol complex have been shielded from the American public’s view by Speaker Nancy Pelosi. When freshman Congressman Tom Malinowski (D, NJ-07) told NBC News on Wednesday that the mounting Read More

UPDATE: Murphy signs vote-rigging mail-in ballot bill

TRENTON, N.J. – Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation on Wednesday which will keep the New Jersey Democrat Party’s procedurally flawed and deeply corrupt vote-by-mail system rolling along through elections 2019, 2020 and beyond. N.J. Republican Party Chairman Doug Steinhardt accused Read More

TUESDAY: Trenton Democrats move to save corrupt vote-by-mail ballot law

TRENTON, N.J. – Assembly Democrats will face the voters this November, but they don’t trust their coalition to show up at the polls. They’re racing to reverse a decision by Governor Phil Murphy’s Division of Elections requiring voters who requested Read More

Op-Ed: 9/11 Heroes Finally Get Their Due. Here’s Why We Can All Be Proud.

By Frank Pallotta _ It was the morning of September 11, 2001 and my co-workers were on the phone with their usual contacts at the World Trade Center—except they weren’t executing trades. They were pleading with the workers trapped in Read More