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NJGOP Chairman calls for Legislative Hearings on Governor Murphy’s Storm Preparedness Failures

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Trenton NJ, After reports of N.J. kids stranded in schools, on buses late into the night and Troopers responding to at least 555 vehicle crashes as of late Thursday along with impassable roads across New Jersey NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt offered the following comment:

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Emerson Elects its First Female Mayor

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Emerson NJ, Emerson has elected its first women mayor . Danielle DiPaola, a longtime Republican councilwoman, running against over development ousted the borough’s Democratic mayor in Tuesday’s election .

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Senator Robert Singer (R-Monmouth, Ocean) has been appointed to serve on the New Jersey Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology

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Trenton NJ, Senator Robert Singer (R-Monmouth, Ocean) has been appointed to serve on the New Jersey Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology.

“New Jersey has long-been an incubator for innovators,” Singer said. “From the light bulb, to the solar panel, to dozens of lifesaving pharmaceuticals, countless innovations were created right here in the Garden State. By reinstating the Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology, we are continuing that historic legacy. I am honored to have the opportunity to serve as a member of this commission. Together, we will develop strategies to encourage more groundbreaking researchers and entrepreneurs to set up shop in New Jersey.”

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Hugin Lands The Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey Endorsement

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MOUNTAINSIDE NJ, Friday, U.S. Senate candidate will hold a press conference to receive the endorsement of Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey Political Action Committee. Bob Hugin will be the first Republican candidate for U.S. Senate to be endorsed by the organization.

The Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey is the largest and only statewide non-partisan non-profit organization composed of local, regional and state community-based organizations, leaders and professionals advocating for the socio-economic and political development of Latino diverse communities

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Hugin Picks Up More Latino Endorsements

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MOUNTAINSIDE NJ , At events in Jersey City and Vineland today, U.S. Senate candidate Bob Hugin received the official endorsement of Congresswoman Jenniffer González-Colón, Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico, as well as the personal endorsement of Lydia Valencia, President of the Puerto Rican Congress of New Jersey.
U.S. Senate candidate Bob Hugin released the following statement:

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Anti-Corruption Rally Held Outside Clinton/Menendez Fundraiser

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Jersey City NJ,  Joshua Sotomayor Einstein held and led the Anti-Corruption Rally protesting the visit of Hillary Clinton and Robert Menendez to Jersey City on Monday October 15th. The rally took place outside the $5,400 a plate Clinton fundraiser for the struggling Menendez Senate campaign and was attended by New Jerseyans of all political stripes.

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Jack DeLorenzo for Bergen County Sheriff

As I have been out campaigning, meeting with law enforcement personnel, elected officials and taxpayers I am delivering one very important message that I want to share with you.
I will approach the position of sheriff from the unique perspective of having been both a career law enforcement officer and also a board of education trustee and the mayor of a municipality in Bergen County.

I know first-hand that money is tight for municipal governments and the more that the Sheriff’s Department can be an asset to all to all 70 towns in the county the better the public will be served.
As sheriff I will make sure the sheriff’s department will serve all municipalities and all residents. If you have ideas on how the sheriff’s department can help your community, let me know.
Thanks
Jack

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Bergen Lawmaker goes undercover to expose bad service at Hackensack unemployment office

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Hackensack NJ, News 12 New Jersey reports that Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi visited the office in Hackensack herself Monday after receiving a complaint by New Jersey resident Monica Brinson on the poor service and rude employees. Brinson says that she has visited the office many times seeing benefits and says that she felt as if she was treated like an inmate.

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NJGOP Chairman Reacts To Murphy’s Absurd Economic Development Speech

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Trenton, NJ – Yesterday, Governor Phil Murphy gave New Jersey Business a good laugh , after 18 tax increases totaling over $1.5 billion in new taxes the  Governor has come up with a new scheme spending even more money to encourage startups in the Garden state .

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Assembly advances Schepisi bill expanding prosecution for sexual assault crimes against minors

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River Vale NJ,  The Assembly voted today to allow the prosecution of chaperones who sexually assault minors in their care when the crimes are committed outside of New Jersey. The legislation is sponsored by Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi.

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