Guest blog by John Supino.
I don’t know if the average NJ Republican understands how the Republican primary system works inside the County Committee System. I didn’t, until having witnessed it firsthand. I always wondered how we, Republicans, keep getting left leaning liberal RINO Republicans like Hugin to run, and kept losing. Now I understand. The County Committees of NJ have the ability to impose their will on the public. From what I have seen so far, the system is designed that about 100 people greatly influence who wins the state primary, and their considerations have little to do with the desires of the voting public.