Assemblyman Bucco Announces Endorsements from over 100 officials!

From Assemblyman Bucco’s press release last week:

For Immediate Release
May 1st, 2019


BOONTON, NJ – Today, Assemblyman Anthony Bucco announced that his re-election campaign has received endorsements from well over 100 State, County and Municipal elected officials across the 25th district.

Former 11th District Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen, Morris County Sheriff James Gannon, the entire Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Morris County Clerk Ann Grossi and the Somerset County Republican Organization join over 100 Republican municipal elected officials in their district-wide endorsement.

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Politics by Other Means – Commentary by Professor John Marini

Dear readers – we thought you would enjoy this piece by Dr. John Marini, a political science professor at University of Nevada – Reno. It appeared in the Imprimis publication by Hillsdale College. Please follow the link below for the full article:

The following is adapted from a speech delivered at Hillsdale College on September 11, 2018, during a conference on “American Political Scandals” sponsored by the College’s Center for Constructive Alternatives.

The great difficulty of interpreting political scandals was summarized by a newspaper editor in the western film, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. Deciding not to publish the truth of an explosive political story, the editor justifies it by saying, “When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.” We have certainly had many legends regarding political scandals foisted on us, especially since Watergate.

Nearly every political administration has potential scandal lying just below the surface. There are always those in government who seek to profit privately from public service, and there are always those who will abuse their power. All governments provide the occasion for scoundrels of both kinds. But the scandals they precipitate rarely erupt into full-blown crises of the political order. What differentiates the scandals that do?

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BRMC Endorses Jena McCredie and Chad McQueen for Borough Council

The Bernardsville Republican Municipal Committee Endorses Jena McCredie and Chad McQueen for Borough Council
Bernardsville, NJ; April 2, 2019— Last week the Bernardsville Republican Municipal Committee (BRMC) met to screen candidates for the expiring Borough Council seats. At that meeting, the BRMC endorsed two residents whose names will be forwarded to the Somerset County Republican Organization for inclusion on that line in the upcoming June 4th Primary. These seats are currently held by Republican Council members Diane Greenfield and Chris Schmidt.

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Bernardsville Republican Municipal Committee Sets Candidate Screening Meeting Date

Bernardsville Republican Municipal Committee Sets Candidate Screening Meeting Date

Bernardsville, NJ; February 21, 2019–The Bernardsville Republican Municipal
Committee (BRMC) recently met to approve their 2019 schedule.

Their next regularly scheduled meeting is March 26, 2019 at 7:00 PM in the BHS
Community Room. At that meeting the Committee will be screening candidates for two
Borough Council seats that are up for election this November. We expect that the BRMC
will endorse Republican candidates for each of these positions.

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