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Webber will bring youth, courage to the U.S. House | Felegi and Chester

By William Felegi and Jordan Chester __ As former board members of the Morris County Young Republicans, we urge all young Republicans across New Jersey, particularly those residing in the 11th Congressional District, to get out and do everything possible Read More

One former NJ-11 Democrat nominee is backing the Republican this time

WHIPPANY, NJ – Democrat Mark Dunec ran and lost in 2014 in a very different cycle against a very different NJ-11 Republican, the presently-retiring Rodney Frelinghuysen, earning 37.4% of the vote. Four years later? Dunec is endorsing Republican Jay Webber Read More

Morris GOP Chair says elected Republicans endorsing Sherrill should switch parties

MORRISTOWN, N.J. — One day after news broke that Republican Councilman Mike Puzio of Rockaway Township would endorse Democrat Mikie Sherrill in this year’s NJ-11 congressional contest, the head of Morris County’s Republican Party endeavored to lay down the law. Read More

POLL: It’s a jump ball in NJ-11

PARSIPPANY, N.J. — This year’s contest to replace retiring Republican Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen is living up to its reputation as a close fought battle. According to a Monmouth University Poll report released Wednesday, Democrat Mikie Sherrill leads Republican Jay Webber inside Read More

NJ-11: Webber (R) demands Sherrill (D) take a position on Murphy’s tax hikes

PARSIPPANY, N.J. — A pattern in the 2018 election is emerging, Save Jerseyans, and it’s Republican candidates electing to bypass national headwinds by running directly at an increasingly polarizing Democrat governor in Trenton. On Monday, NJ-11 GOP nominee Jay Webber demanded Read More

Did a GOP House candidate offer his primary rivals jobs to drop out?

TOTOWA, N.J. — It’s a loaded charge, Save Jerseyans. On Friday afternoon, Antony Ghee (one of five Republican candidates in next Tuesday’s NJ-11 primary) held a late-in-the-day telephone presser and shocked journalists by directly accusing Republican primary rival Peter de Read More