NJEA Spent Nearly $60M on Campaigns and Lobbying in Past 15 Years

The political spending by the New Jersey Education Association is no secret anymore, with the latest numbers — in the tens of millions — continuing to astound. A new report by the state’s election finance commission tallied more than $57 million spent by the teachers union on political campaigns and lobbying in the past decade and…

Posted: September 13th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Campaign Contributions, Campaign Finance, News, NJLRA | Tags: , , , , , , | 1 Comment »

One Comment on “NJEA Spent Nearly $60M on Campaigns and Lobbying in Past 15 Years”

  1. Jim Granelli said at 6:57 am on September 13th, 2014:

    And yet, liberals complain about the Koch Brothers who are “way down a list dominated by Democrats.”


    More and more, union members deserve the right to refuse to be “forcibly” made to donate to political efforts they do not agree with via a check off to reduce their union dues by the amount going to political operations. Yes, they should pay dues for the benefits they get; but more and more union members do not agree with the political directions of their unions.