Colts Neck, NJ – Monmouth County Republican Chairman, Sheriff Shaun Golden and his leadership team of Director Tom Arnone, County Clerk Christine Hanlon and G.O.P. Vice Chairs Tony Fiore, John Cantalupo, Manalapan Committeewoman Susan Cohen, and Robert Nicastro as well as Republican State Committee members Peter Carton and Mary Pat Angelini, today announced their endorsement of Jack Ciattarelli for the GOP nomination for New Jersey Governor.Read the rest of this entry » Posted: January 15th, 2021 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County | Tags: 2021 Governors Race, 2021 gubernatorial race, Jack Ciattarelli, John Cantalupo, Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon, Monmouth GOP, Rob Nicastro, Shaun Golden, Susan Coehn, Tom Arnone | 3 Comments »
Political mailers by the Howell Democrat candidates for mayor and council, paid for by the NJ State Democratic Party, that prominently point out that development sites are owned by Jewish organizations and charge that the Republican candidates are offering special deals to Lakewood developers have prompted Republican elected officials and Party leaders to condemn the Democrats’ tactics as anti-Semitic and racist.
Mayor William Gotto and Deputy Mayor Rob Nicastro, both Republicans, held a press conference in Howell to condemn the Democrats mailings, according to reports on The Asbury Park Press and News12. Howell Republican Chairman Juan Malave posted a letter condemning the Democrats mail on facebook.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Howell, Monmouth County News | Tags: 2016 Elections, anti-semitism, Dan Cardellichio, Evelyn Malsbury O'Donnell, Howell, John Currie, Joseph Montella, Juan Malave, Monmouth County News, Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, Rob Nicastro, Theresa Berger, Vin Gopal, William Gotto | Comments Off on Howell Republicans Accuse Democrats Of Anti-Semitism
By Joe DiBella
I was disturbed and disappointed to learn that a group of residents have filed a petition to recall our Deputy Mayor, Rob Nicastro.
I have lived in Howell for nearly 20 years and have not seen a more hard working, devoted public servant than Deputy Mayor Nicastro. I met the Deputy Mayor Nicastro while he was leading the fight to correct an issue with how his neighborhood was being unfairly charged for water services. In dealing with the issue facing he and his neighbors he worked tirelessly with local, county and state officials and he got results. When he disagreed with a policy issue he did not try and overthrow the government or overturn a legitimate election. Instead he rallied people together and worked collaboratively to get results. He has applied that same tenacious approach while serving as an elected official in Howell. He was recruited to run for office based and at first declined the opportunity to run. Having seen him in action these past few years I for one am glad he was convinced to seek office.admin | Filed under: Howell, Monmouth County News | Tags: Deputy Mayor Rob Nicastro, Howell Township, Joe DiBella, Monmouth County News, Recall, Rob Nicastro | 15 Comments »
Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon led the effort to terminate New Jersey’s Red Light Camera Program.
O’Scanlon and Co. have been relentless in monitoring the Red Light Camera Program and telling the truth about it. They have hired independent experts to investigate complaints and document fraud within the program. They have sorted through data that has regularly been obfuscated by the red light camera companies (and bureaucrats friendly to them) to reflect improved safety conditions at RCL intersections where in fact conditions had often worsened. They have worked hard in getting the word out about the program’s failure and corruption. They have countered expensive advertising campaigns by the red light camera companies and countered expensive lobbyists working the halls of the Statehouse, without the benefit of the profits the red light camera companies stole from the motoring public to fund their efforts.
In thwarting the Red Light Camera Program’s renewal, O’Scanlon has proved himself to be “the real deal”….a leader who fights for the right thing because it is the right thing. He is an example of what a “public servant” should be.
Christine Giordano Hanlon
Dubbed The Architect by Monmouth GOP Chairman Shaun Golden, Hanlon designed Golden’s defeat of John Bennett for leadership of the County Party, avenging her razor thin 3 vote defeat by Bennett in 2012. By building a coalition of previous regional rivals and splitting Bennett’s 2012 coalition, which he failed to nourish, Hanlon demonstrated strategic leadership without seeking the limelight or accolades.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County, Opinion | Tags: Art Gallagher, Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon, Belmar Mayor Matt Doherty, Christine Hanlon, Declan O'Scanlon, Governor Chris Christie, Jon Hornik, Juan Malave, MoreMonmouthMusings, Rob Nicastro, Vin Gopal, Winners and Losers, Winners and Losers of 2014 | 22 Comments »
Monmouth County’s new Republican County Chairman Shaun Golden announced his leadership team this afternoon in an email to GOP County Committee Members.
Golden’s Regional Vice Chairs are Mary DeSarno of Wall Township, Christine Hanlon of Ocean Township, Tony Fiore of Middletown and Rob Nicastro of Howell.
The Diversity Council, which is still in formation, is Chaired by Juan Malave of Howell. John Costigan of Howell is the liaison to the NJGOP.
Ron Gravino is the Treasurer. Wayne Pomanowski is the Sgt-At-Arms and John Lane is the Parliamentarian. Tom Szymanski is the Executive Director.
Golden invited all County Committee Members and volunteers to attend a 2014 Campaign Kickoff on Saturday, June 28, 10am and Party Headquarters, 2 Monmouth Ave, Unit B3 in Freehold. A light breakfast will be served.Posted: June 13th, 2014 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County Republican Committee, Monmouth GOP, Shaun Golden | Tags: John Costigan, John Lane, Juan Malave, Monmouth GOP, Rob Nicastro, Ron Gravino, Shaun Golden, Tom Szymanski, Tony Fiore, Wayne Pomanowski | 17 Comments »