Barberio, Slate, on Pace to Win in Parsippany

Yudin Launches Wyckoff Write-In Campaign

Former Bergen County GOP Chairman has launched a write-in campaign for the Wyckoff committee seat, according to the Bergen Record.

NJ Governor Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy are scheduled to speak at Senator Cory Booker's 2020 presidential campaign kickoff rally.

The Murphys Plan to Vote Early

When early voting starts on Oct. 23, Phil Murphy plans to be one of the first in line.
The governor said today that he and his wife, Tammy, plan to vote in-person that Saturday.
The day will be a historic occasion.
For the first time, in-person voting in New Jersey will commence prior to the official Election Day.
New Jersey actually has been behind many states in doing this.
Early voting will begin that Saturday and run through Oct. 31.
The traditional Election Day is Nov. 2.
Murphy talking about Ida in Milburn.

Murphy: ‘No Additional Fatalities Or Missing Persons’ On Tuesday; 27 Fatalities, 4 Missing Persons As Result Of Ida

Governor Phil Murphy today provided an update on preliminary fatalities and New Jerseyans who have been reported missing as a result of Tropical Storm Ida.   

“Currently, we have no additional fatalities or missing persons to report,” said Governor Murphy. “Our thoughts and prayers are with every family and community mourning a loved one and of those who remain missing.”

As of Monday, fatality count stands at 27 and 4 people remain missing.

Preliminary Fatalities Data by County:

County Fatalities
Bergen County 1
Essex County 4
Hunterdon County 6
Mercer County 2
Middlesex County 3
Passaic County 1
Somerset County 5
Union County 5
Total 27

Hurley: Polistina Now a Senator in LD2

Via Harry Hurley:

With the full cooperation of New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and the Secretary of State, Tahesha Way … Senator Vince Polistina has been able to take matters into his own hands and we have learned and confirmed that Polistina has officially been sworn-in to the office of New Jersey State Senator, District 2.

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Gottheimer Does an Infrastructure Endzone Dance


Small, Baraka, Carstarphen in Attendance at Butler-Hosted Dinner Meeting in Philly

Last Night, Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small attended an event hosted by CRDA Board Chairman Mo Butler.

Per Small’s Twitter:

“I had the honor and privilege to attend a Dinner Meeting in Philadelphia with some elected officials from New Jersey & Philadelphia…from Jersey, along with myself, you had Newark’s Mayor Ras Baraka and Camden’s Mayor Vic Carstarphen.”


Former Trump Com. Dir. Spicer to Join Pappas for a Special Campaign Event

Sean Spicer, who served as communications director and press secretary for President Donald Trump,  will campaign with fellow Republican Mike Pappas later this month.

Pappas is running for state senate against Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker (D-16).

Spicer and Pappas have a history, and the communications expert will join the candidate in Branchburg at the Fox Hollow Golf Club on Sunday, August 22nd for a special event beginning at 3:00 PM.

“Sean got his start as my first Press Secretary when I served as a U.S. Congressman,” Pappas said in an email blast. “I’m honored that he’ll be joining us back in Branchburg on Sunday.”

Said Spicer:

“I am excited to be joining my former boss Mike Pappas in Branchburg on Sunday, August 22nd for an afternoon reception and discussion of my latest book, ‘Leading America’. I hope you’ll join us!

“Mike has served as Mayor, a U.S. Congressman in the House of Representatives, and as the Regional Administrator of the US Small Business Administration. He is uniquely qualified to serve New Jerseyans in the State Senate.”

On July 21, 2017, Spicer announced his intention to resign as White House Press Secretary. … According to The New York Times, Trump asked Spicer to stay on, but Spicer announced his resignation after telling the President he “vehemently disagreed” with the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci.

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Van Drew

Van Drew: ‘It Literally Is Time For This President To Resign’

CD2 GOP Rep. Van Drew called for the resignations of President Biden, Vice President Harris, and Speaker Pelosi over the withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan after Taliban forces stormed Kabul, according to Newsweek.

Van Drew on FOX News said ‘with this administration it is failure after failure after failure. I cannot believe I’m saying this, it literally is time for this president to resign. It is time for this vice president to resign. It is time for the Senate president and Speaker to resign. We need new people, even new Democrats, hopefully that are moderates’.

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