On Saturday, February 2nd, a spirited group of Democrats came together to create a coalition of clubs and committees from the western portion of Monmouth County.
With long shots, dangers, and heart, Sam Mendes delivers a superb WWI epic.
Michael Penna & Moira Nelson, Candidates for Monmouth County Freeholder in 2019, today announced their run for Monmouth County Freeholder in 2020.
Councilwoman Triggiano details her personal trust in Senator Sanders ability to fight and win for working people across the country.
This is how Smith survives: relent where he must, use the good that is in his bills, overstate the rest, and hide from anyone who might ask questions.
"Disagreement is healthy and necessary in a democracy." —Chris Smith
Not even Downey, Jr’s Dolittle can cure these CGI animals or this bland script.
What once seemed destined to die in erudite political circles has now captured the political zeitgeist of NJ-4’s election.
Chris Smith’s history on the Affordable Care Act and abortion reveals a contradictory logic that calls into question his honesty.
Like Ozymandias, Jim Keady is now a colossal wreck laid bare. Unlike the statue, there is hope for Jim.
Now we finally have the third “Bad Boys” movie, “Bad Boys for Life,” with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence back in their roles.
Other politics aside, Smith has proven he will not fight for his constituents when it matters most.
Hassan Shehadeh of Freehold, New Jersey has withdrawn from NJ-4's Congressional race.
Following a week of condemnation after an email became public, Jim Keady ends his campaign for Congress.
Stephanie Schmid, NJ-4 candidate, continues her strong performance in the Democratic primary by adding an endorsement from Joann Downey.
In the chronicles of Christine Conforti, 31-year-old Ocean Grove based business coach & entrepreneur, assisting others is her north star.
Our Revolution Monmouth is committed to working with movements like #MeToo that encourage and empower women to demand systemic change in politics.
Q4 led again by Stephanie Schmid with $101,000 raise. The battle for the soul of NJ-4 voters is brewing in the venue of FEC filings.
Smith tries to appear reasonable on abortion rights, but the devil is in the details.
Smith’s votes surrounding health care are illustrative of his failure as a leader (or a supposed moderate).
Activism, easy actions, and events. Let's start the year off the best way possible!
"Abortions are not health care" —Chris Smith (R, NJ-4)
Never satisfied, Shehadeh is pursuing public office after — like many Americans — he witnessed the degradation that Donald Trump has brought to the Presidency.
During the pandemonium of the holiday season there was an election in Monmouth County for a recently vacated State Committee seat.
The concept is to put an extra $1,000 dollars in each citizen’s pocket every month, no strings attached. But, what does this actually solve?
Together, our candidates took the first steps toward the 2020 congressional cycle for New Jersey’s 4th district at a roundtable discussion.
Instead of sticking his finger to the wind — like most politicians — Keady sticks to his ideals.
Here it is, my (completely subjective) list. While many of these albums are universally beloved, others are a bit controversial.
Smith casts himself as a moderate in election years, but a look at his reaction to this and previous scandals reveal he lacks the courage to put his country before his party.
While 2019 was considered an off-year election because it had neither a presidential nor a congressional race, Fair Haven’s Council election results were unprecedented.