The reelection campaign of Howell Mayor Theresa Berger was kicked off last week with a fake newspaper filled with fake news and paid for and mailed to Howell voters by a Fake Democrat political action committee.
The Howell Tribune, a political hit piece filled with false and misleading content, claims that Berger blocked a proposed dump in the township and that Republican council members are behind the increase in residential development.
Senator Declan O’Scanlon and Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso (both R-Monmouth) emphasized their previous call for an immediate increase for indoor dining capacity to 66 percent following yet another desperate message from a prominent restaurant owner who indicated they might close very soon without a substantial indoor dining increase.
TRENTON, NJ – Monmouth
County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon was sworn in as Vice President of the
Constitutional Officers Association of New Jersey (COANJ) on Sept. 24 at the New
Jersey State House in Trenton. She was elected Vice President by her peers in
the organization which consists of the elected Constitutional Officers of all
21 counties of the State of New Jersey. Clerk Hanlon previously served as
Secretary of COANJ.
The Monmouth County Republican Committee (MCRC) has filed an Order to Show Cause against New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesa Way seeking to compel the State to issue rules and regulations regarding the collection of ballots in the upcoming general election and to forbid the counting of ballots that are received by Boards of Elections after election day and without postmarks.
Legislation authored by Congressman Chris Smith that would expand the access to federal lands for the purposes of veterans’ medical therapy passed in the House of Representatives yesterday as part of a package of veterans legislation, the Veterans’ COMPACT Act.
New Jersey’s Veterans and Environmental leadership applauded the legislation and Rep Smith’s leadership.
I would like to take the time to reflect upon and
recognize the 19th anniversary of the horrific terrorist attacks our nation
endured on September 11th, 2001. Though the years have passed, we will never
forget the lives and legacies of those who lost their lives or the first
responders who bravely did their jobs.
It is our duty to always remember the horrific
events that took place on that day, as well as, to never forget those we lost
and how that day changed our lives forever.
However, in order to never forget, our youth must be taught about 9/11
and the events that transpired that day and how it changed the course of
American history forever.