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January 11 2020

Currie re-elected Dem state chairman

Democratic State Chairman John Currie was reappointed without much drama Saturday morning, officially bringing an end to an internal feud that consumed the party for much of the last year.

New Jersey Globe

January 9, 2020

A letter from the Chairman

With the upcoming events we need to remember that this is nothing more than a political stunt to distract us.

Cape May County Regular Democratic Organization

January 7, 2020

Wildwood Van Drew Trump Rally Response

There is nothing more important to the democratic party than its values, principles, and unity, all necessary to accomplish the agenda of the people we represent.

Greater Wildwood Democratic Club

December 31 2019

Cape May Democrats replace Allison Murphy

Elizabeth Casey is the new Democratic State Committeewoman from Cape May County.

She ran unopposed in a special election last night to replace Rep. Jeff Van Drew’s chief of staff, Allison Murphy.

New Jersey Globe

December 19, 2019

Are you allowed to impeach a president for gross incompetence?

Trump's tweet from 2014 is gaining some unlikely attention.


December 19, 2019

From the desk of LeRoy J. Jones, Jr.

Dear Democrats:


There is nothing more important to the democratic party than its values, principles, and unity, all necessary to accomplish the agenda of the people we represent. It is with that in mind that my friend, State and Passaic County Chairman John Currie and I stand unified by reaching an agreement about the future of the New Jersey State Democratic Party. 

Essex County Democratic Committee

December 18, 2019

Trump in 2008: It would have been "wonderful" if Pelosi had impeached George W. Bush

Donald Trump told CNN's Wolf Blitzer in 2008 that it would have been "wonderful" if Speaker Nancy Pelosi had moved to impeach former President George W. Bush because he said "all sorts of things that turned out not to be true" about the war in Iraq.

Why it matters: Trump's feelings about Bush over a decade ago are a far cry from the letter he sent Pelosi on the eve of his own impeachment, calling the inquiry against him an "illegal, partisan attempted coup" and alleging that "more due process was afforded to those accused in the Salem Witch Trials."


December 18, 2019


U.S. Senators are sharing photographs of the growing pile of bills passed by the House only to stymie on Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's desk.

The stack, a symbolic replication of legislation McConnell refuses to bring to a vote, was reportedly the brain child of Senator Debbie Stabenow. According to her office, it includes more than 300 bills about voter registration, background checks for firearm sales, domestic violence, climate change, minimum wage increases and other issues.


December 17, 2019

South Jersey Democratic Chairs Want Money Back from Van Drew

Let's not mince words. Congressman Jeff Van Drew must return contributions he received since his "NO" vote on President Trump’s impeachment inquiry since he was capitalizing on his relationships with Democrats while planning all along to switch parties.

Just yesterday as speculation swirled about his intentions, Van Drew had the gall to send out a campaign fundraising solicitation featuring an event with Governor Phil Murphy, Senator Bob Menendez, and other key Democratic donors knowing he had just met with President Trump in the Oval Office to switch parties.


December 16, 2019

Van Drew’s Party Switch No Surprise To Dems

“Since holding elected office in the state legislature, Congressman Van Drew’s position on important issues has always been far right and out-of-step with the values of the Democratic Party. Democrats cringe at his opposition to sensible gun control laws, same sex marriage and raising the living wages of working people. Voting against the impeachment inquiry was the tipping point that ended his standing with democrats,” said Cape May County Democratic Chairman Brendan Sciarra.


December 16 2019

Sciarra: Van Drew flipped because he couldn’t win a Democratic primary

Rep. Jeff Van Drew switched parties because he knew he would lose the a primary, according to Cape May Democratic County Chairman Brendan Sciarra.

“You simply can’t put the interests of Donald Trump ahead of the values of your party,” Sciarra said.  “Voting against the impeachment inquiry was the tipping point that ended his standing with Democrats.”

Sciarra acknowledged that Van Drew has always been out of step with most Democrats.

New Jersey Globe

December 13 2019

Menendez leaving Van Drew’s future to county chairs

U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez declined to endorse Rep. Jeff Van Drew for re-election Friday, signaling that he would follow the lead of the congressman’s county chairs.

“I don’t know that he’s going to run again, number one. Number two, there is a process. I think he’s in parts of seven counties, so seven county chairs and seven county Democratic organizations are going to go through their process to determine who they support,” Menendez said. “When that whole process is finished … then I’ll have something to say.”

New Jersey Globe

May 24, 2017

How to Increase Young Voter Turnout by 50%

Why are Millennials far less likely to vote than other generations? Learn how a group of young professionals in Tulsa, Oklahoma led a get-out-the-vote drive that overcame voter barriers and apathy and increased young voter turnout by 50% -- and how other communities can do the same.