The NJ GOP will be holding their 2nd annual Toys for Tots Holiday Party on Tuesday December 10th.

The NJ GOP will be holding their 2nd annual Toys for Tots Holiday Party on Tuesday December 10th from 7 to 9 PM at the Stress Factory in New Brunswick.  The NJ GOP will celebrate statewide Republican victories with Chairman Doug Steinhardt, Senator-elect Michael Testa, Assemblyman-elect Erik Simonsen and Assemblyman-elect Antwan McClellan.  There will be a special comedic performance by Assembly Republican Leader Jon Brammick.  Tickets are $75 per person with an unwrapped toy or $100 per person with no gift.  For more information visit the NJGOP Facebook page.

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Tricia Flanagan for U.S. Senate 2020 schedules fundraiser in Teaneck.

The Tricia Flanagan for U.S. Senate 2020 campaign has scheduled a fundraiser and kick off of the 2020 New Jersey Republican Resurgence on Sunday November 24, 2019 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Debonair Music Hall in Teaneck.  The band Politically Incorrect will perform.  Tickets are $100 per person or $150 per couple.  To purchase tickets to go debonairmusichall.com or email john@flanaganforsenate.org

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Informed Conservative Podcast with guest Doug Steinhardt.

On this episode of the Informed Conservative Podcast our guest was NJ GOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt.  2020 Senate candidate Tricia Flanagan called in and joined the conversation.

 

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New Jersey Democrats move to stack the deck against Republicans once again.

The New Jersey Assembly Appropriations Committee held hearings on Assembly Bill No. 5823 on Thursday.  The bill will allow New Jerseyans on probation or parole to vote giving 71,500 convicted of crimes who are not currently permitted to vote the ability to do so.   The law currently allows those convicted to have their voting rights restored once they complete their sentence.  Apparently New Jersey Democrats do not feel people should pay their debt to society before having voting rights restored.  The current bill does not allow for those incarcerated to vote but one of the bill’s sponsors Assemblyman Jamel Holley (D, Union) hopes to change that.

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Press Release from Tricia Flanagan for U.S. Senate 2020.

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Tricia Flanagan to Cory Booker:  Are you serious about no walls for Israel?

Lawrenceville, NJ November 14, 2019.  Senator Cory Booker seems to think the Presidential campaign trail is where he can test out his comedy material on the nation.  Like a comedian, Sen Booker goes out on the road testing his material; then, he attempts to pass it off as policy with the joke landing squarely on the American people.  It’s not funny when there are serious consequences for our safety — not just the security of our nation and our children but the safety and security of the entire world.

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Governor Murphy’s latest plan to squander our tax dollars.

Keeping a 2017 campaign promise Governor Murphy signed Executive Order No. 91 on Wednesday creating a Public Bank Implementation Board. The Board is tasked with developing an implementation plan for a public bank within one year.  The private bank would hold the millions of taxpayer funds that are normally kept in commercial banks and use them for low-interest loans to small businesses, student loans, affordable housing and infrastructure projects that may not qualify for traditional funding.  Murphy signed the order at a ceremony at New Jersey Citizens Action’s offices in Newark.  New Jersey Citizens Action has been pushing the idea of a public bank for years.

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2020 Senate candidate Tricia Flanagan’s op ed piece on InsiderNJ.

November 12, 2019 by Guest Contributor Tricia Flanagan.

My Name is Tricia Flanagan, and I’m the Republican candidate running to represent the People of New Jersey in the United States Senate.

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The 2019 elections have passed. Now it’s time for Governor Murphy to further his radical agenda.

The New Jersey Legislature began its lame-duck session yesterday.  It’s expected that the Legislature will be busy trying to bring forward controversial bills that they didn’t want to move forward before the 2019 election to not damage Democratic candidates and before the new session begins in January in hopes the voters will forget by the 2020 election.  Those bills will most likely include driver licenses for illegal immigrants, “legalized” marijuana (marijuana cannot be legalized on a state level while remaining federally illegal), and banning single use plastics.  Expect Murphy to move his radical agenda forward knowing that voters have short memories and will forget before the 2020 election and before he is up for re-election in 2021.

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Singh the self-declared front-runner? Front-runner in his own mind.

A press release posted this morning on Insider NJ referred to Hirsh Singh as the “front-runner for U.S. Senate in 2020”.   The release also called Singh “the” Republican candidate clearly forgetting that there are at least 3 other candidates in the race.  The release left me wondering what Singh is the front-runner in?  Front-runner in living in his parent’s basement?  Front-runner in losing multiple prior elections?  Front-runner in hiding from the voters (I’ve rarely heard him speak publicly nor have I heard him speak on issues important to New Jerseyans)?  I’m wondering if in his next release Singh will simply skip the 2020 election and declare himself Senator?

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Republicans had reason to celebrate in New Jersey Tuesday night.

While Democrats still hold a majority in New Jersey Republicans had reason to celebrate on Tuesday night and Democrat State Senate President Steve Sweeney slammed Democrat Governor Phil Murphy.  After Murphy told reporters that Democrat wins in lower-tier races and tight races in competitive State Assembly districts amounted to a successful night for Democrats saying “the party is stronger than before without question” Sweeney replied “Are you kidding me?” .  Sweeney told NJ Advance Media “Really? How do you spin that? It wasn’t a good day.  This is the first net loss in the Senate in a decade. You can spin it however you want. We lost”.

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