Tagged: Republican

Seth Grossman for Governor of NJ Republican Principles

Grossman for Governor of NJ

Seth Grossman for Governor of New Jersey In case you didn’t know – tomorrow is the NJ Primary Election for candidates who wish to get on the ballot for the general election in November....

Hoboken Republicans Happy Hour

Conservative Happy Hour tonight at Hoboken Melting Pot The Hoboken Republican Club and the newly formed Hudson County Republican Club are co-hosting a “Conservative Happy Hour” (with drink and appetizer specials) tonight at The...

Legislative re-districting in NJ

NJ Legislative Districts re-defined after 2010 Census Yesterday, the state voted on a new legislative district map – which the NY Times said was detrimental to NJ Republicans: “New Jersey Democrats won a crucial...

Republican Speaker Series: March 1st

2/24/2011: Republican Speaker Series at Madison Bar Meet Christopher Whalen and John Fund… Christopher Whalen frequently appears on such media as Bloomberg News, Kudlow Report/CNBC and Fox Business, and contributes to the Financial Times,...

Peter Cunningham’s latest tirade

6/11/2010: More Hoboken411 Political Analysis: Peter Cunningham Peter Cunningham’s temper got the best of him during the election of Democratic party committee seats this week. Cunningham is a lifelong Republican who switched parties for...

Citizens’ Campaign event tomorrow

3/24/2010: Re-post This event was canceled two weekends ago due to the monstrous rain – and is back on again for tomorrow night at 7pm! QLC Hosts 2nd Program in “Paths To Service” Series...

Great Ron Paul interview on CNBC

Great Ron Paul interview on CNBC

2/26/2010: Why doesn’t the media take Paul seriously? A Hoboken411 reader saw this interview that CNBC did with Congressman Ron Paul at the beginning of the week and said: “Just watch how these liberal...

Political Nuggets 1/20/2010

1/20/2010: Christie Sworn in as 55th NJ Governor OK, Corzine’s out and Christie is in. But what will that truly mean for the residents of Hoboken, Hudson County and New Jersey? As you’ve seen...