Mount Construction may go, but politics linger (Burlington County Times)
Construction firm to leave site in Medford (Courier-Post)
Kersey and Bernard Demand AnswersRead More >
“Rather than vehemently attacking every individual or organization that supports us, Republicans Bruce Garganio and Mary Ann O'Brien can help County government by calling on their own party to clean up their act,” said Bernard. “Did they lose Freeholder-Director Donnelly’s phone number? They can walk across the street from their campaign office to the County building, where many of their high-priced GOP cronies also work, and join us in calling for a reduction to political patronage salaries.Read More >
"If the Burlington GOP wants to cut taxes, honor the $25 million dollar spending cuts that Donnelly promised, enact pay-to-play and ethics reform so their 'Paulsen's 20' friends don't pocket $30 million in taxpayer dollars or institute real ethics reform at the Bridge Commission so their cronies don't steal $2.7 million out of the taxpayers wallets then they can do it. They could have done it last year or the year before that or the year before that or the year before that....."Read More >
With another campaign upon them, the Burlco GOP has resorted to their increasingly predictable tactic of lying to the voters about what they intend to do and lying to the voters about what their opponents will do.
Garganio and O’Brien Nothing but Incumbent GOP Rubber StampsRead More >
Burlington County Republicans will run Florence Township Councilman Bruce Garganio and Medford Councilwoman Mary Ann O'Brien for Freeholder as the GOP seeks to retain their 3-2 majority in November. Two longtime Republican incumbents, Bill Haines and Jim Wujcik, are not seeking re-election. Republicans lost two Freeholder seats and the County Clerk office in 2008.Read More >
When asked in New Hamsphire today about whether he was considering a presidential run in 2016, Gov. Chris Christie said he wouldn’t discuss his plans until after November.Read More >
Guv prospects Fulop and Sweeney add voices to Silva, Stack and striking 1199 SEIU workers UNION CITY – They tried out their blue collar tough guy tonsils today in front of a purple-shirted crowd of striking healthcare workers – two of three as-yet-undeclared Democratic candidates for governor: Jersey City...
By JEFF BRINDLE It is critical that the Legislature soon enact a pending bill that would ensure the state’s Gubernatorial Public Financing Program is available in the event of a special election for governor. Not only is there no current legal... Read More >
“Clearly there’s some resemblance with Theodore Roosevelt. That direct confrontational style of leadership.” - historian Doris Hearns Goodwin, referring to Gov. Chris Christie.- The Times of Trenton
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